I've been noticing a trend on that Mother's Day gift showdown they've been running at the top of the page (the bit on the top banner that says Mother's Day with the red roses, if you've never noticed). Routinely, the options that win the votes have been for activities or gifts that exclude the children.
As it is, the people who designed it only included 3 (possibly 4, depending how you look at it) options that include kids at all. All of them were voted down by huge margins as soon as they were paired up against anything that didn't involve kids.
Is this really how people think Mother's Day should be - ditch the kids and run off on your own, or with your husband and stick them with a sitter, for the night, all day, or the entire weekend?
Answer by luvmygrandbaby at 2:27 PM on May. 12, 2012
Yeah, I don't get that either! My kids are spending the night with Nana tonight, but I told her I want them back by noon at the latest. I miss them during the week, I don't like when they are busy on the weekends too... especially Mother's day. That's my day to spend with the kids ;o)
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