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Lastly, if you have older children consider giving them control of planning the day. It will make them feel special and take the pressure off you. Here’s a creative list of 15 unique ways to spend Mother’s Day to help inspire them. It’s full of doable ideas like #3: Take Mom to the movies. Let her choose the movie, you take care of the snacks and drinks. She’ll have a great time and every time she sees that movie in the future, she’ll think of you.
I’m curious, what will you be doing this Mother’s Day? Do all the mothers in your family come together to celebrate or do you prefer private time with your little ones? I’d love it if you’d share your traditions in the comments below.
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