Saturday, 2 April 2011

Mummy Alarm's Big Mother's Day Competition


1 Craft Artist Platinum Software from Serif


1 £35 voucher for photo products from Snapfish


1 Breastfeeding Necklace from Mama Jewels


AF 7088 MT moVee Touch picture frame from Agfa


2 bottles of Californian Barefoot Merlot from Tesco

How to enter the competition:

1. Leave a comment telling me what Mother's Day means to you - required

For 5 extra entries:

2. Tweet "I want to win one of many great Mother's Day prizes with @caro_mad. You can enter here: http://bit.ly/f3tclP "
3. Subscribe to Mummy Alarm using the email form in the right hand corner
4. Leave a comment on one of my non-competition posts (tell me which)
5. Follow Mummy Alarm via Networked Blogs
6. Like Mummy Alarm on Facebook

Please, use separate comments for each entry. Failure do to so will result in only one entry per person.

The closing date of the competition is 09/04/2011
The winners will be chosen at random.
The winners' names will be shown on this page.
Competition is open to residents of the UK only.
The prize is non-refundable and cannot be transferred. No cash alternative is available.
 
The Prize Finder - UK Competitions 

And the winners are...

Craft Artist Software - @moolboots
£35 Snapfish Voucher - @ericahughes
Mama Jewels Necklace - @vickyd4v3
Agfa Touch Screen Frame - @tilliesworld
2 bottles of Barefoot Merlot - @sandyhellet
 
Congratulations - I'll be in touch shortly!

185 comments:

  1. Following via network blogs

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  2. Mothers day means a day to celebrate that I am lucky enough to have two beautiful boys. A day for all mummies to feel special :-)

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  3. liked on facebook and tweeted @toejumper41

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  4. mothers day to me means I can give back more love than i normally would for my mam and show her how much she means to me even tho I do not have much to give her and struggle to give her the best she deserves its hard but hopefully you can fix it this year and give her the best mothers day she has had ever

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  5. i love mothers day - it is great to be able to show my mum how much she means to me and also since becoming a mum myself it is a great day to spend with the children and feel really appreciated x

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  6. i am already subscribed by email

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  7. i have commented on the dry like me review

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  8. A day that reminds you how much you appreciated your mum and also how lucky I am to be a mummy!

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  9. Mothers day means a great roast dinner!

    @jumblyMummy

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  10. Mother's day is a day to make every mum feel special! @anna8301

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  11. I have tweeted as @jumblyMummy

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  12. I subscribed via email @anna8301

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  13. I follow via Networked Blogs @anna8301

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  14. With 5 children...Mother's Day is a celebration of my most wondrous role in life! @wendymcd83

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  15. I'm following on Networked Blogs now.

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  16. Like Mummy Alarm on FB! Wendy McDonald

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  17. Follow on Networked Blogs!
    Thank you xxx

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  18. Commented on your Jewellery Gift Guide (love the scrabble necklace!!) @wendymcd83

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  19. I commented on The Breast Milk Baby: Top or flop? @anna8301

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  20. I have mixed feelings about Mother's Day, it's obviously great to be spoilt by my own children on this day and I'm fortunate to get many lovely gifts and meal at my favourite restaurant, but it is always tinged with sadness as I miss my own mum very much. xx

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  21. Already a subscriber to Mummy Alarm :)

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  22. Commented on your Mother's Day Gift Guide :)

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  23. Following on networked blogs too

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  24. Already a follower on Facebook too :)

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  25. Mother's Day means I'm two people at once, a Mother and a daughter. Which of course I am all the time, but today always reminds me of the fact.

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  26. Mothers day reminds me that no matter what your age you will always be your mothers little girl, but as you grow older you get the opportunity to give some thing back.

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  27. Have tweeted your comp
    @daisyangel1

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  28. Have commented on your Diva popcorn post

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  29. Mothers Day for me is a day for me to show my mother how much she means to me, while hopefully being spoiled by my own 3 gorgeous boys (and a lie in would be good too!)

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  30. I have tweeted @joanneblunt

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  31. I already subscribe to Mummy Alarm.

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  32. I have commented on Breast Milk Baby and Dry Like Me.

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  33. I follow Mummy Alarm on Networked Blogs.

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  34. I like Mummy Alarm on Facebook.

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  35. I have tweeted @janesgrapevine

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  36. mothersday makes me thank the stars for my two beautiful children and also formy own perfect mum who is my best friend xxx

    @staceyschof

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  37. Mother's Day is an odd day for me - I feel sad that my Mum is no longer with us, but so very, very happy and grateful that I am a Mum.

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  38. I have tweeted - @beachrambler

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  39. I already follow on Google Connect
    @beachrambler

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  40. I have liked on Facebook
    @beachrambler

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  41. I am subscribed by e-mail
    @beachrambler

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  42. Mother's Day means alot to me, on the day, I like to thank God for my mother and feel grateful that my mother is still alive. I like to to her how much I love her on this special day.

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  43. I have tweeted @mum2alesha x

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  44. I have already subscribed :) x

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  45. I already follow you via networked blogs :) x

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  46. I already 'like' your page on Facebook :) x

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  47. I am a follower of you blog xxx

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  48. I am a fan on FB (Tracy Nixon)

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  49. Hello I think mother's day is very exciting for mummy's to be and a lovely day for mummies as I don't believe it is about big presents, i think a cuddle from your little one and the fact you are lucky enough to be a mummy is special enough for me.
    My OH gave me a card and wrote about how much he loves and appreciates me that has really touched me. But the best part is that my little lady is only 17months old and her daddy told her to carry the card to me this morning and give me a kiss, now everytime she sees the card she keeps taking it down running to me and kissing me x

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  50. Mother's Day to me is all about appreciation. It is about appreciating my own mum and what she means to me. It is about feeling I am appreciated by my own children. It is about appreciating how great it is having a mum and being a mum!

    I know I do continue to show my mum I appreciate her throughout the year too, just as my own children do. I often take a bunch of flowers around to my mum and my children are forever drawing me pictures, making me Lego egg-cups or even just coming for a cuddle and a hug. But I think of Mother's Day as a day when I can sit back and draw together -to collate - all those special little moments and gestures in order to appreciate how fantastic it is being a mum and having a mum!

    I know it is hard for some - for those who have either lost or fallen out with their mum. What they must try to do is look back and remember all the good time, rather than the sad. I know my own mum visits my grandmother's grave with flowers each Mother's Day and I light candles for the two babies I sadly lost - Ceiran at 2 days old, and Connor, 6 weeks old, both due to premature labour. I know I will always be a mum to them, even though they are not here with me anymore, just like mum appreciate that she has a mum who can no longer be with her. We all have our different circumstances and we all have our different ways of celebrating Mother's Day but the one thing we all have in common is that we all have a mum or had a mum or are a mum and we all are thinking about at least one on these special day xxx

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  51. Tweeted your comp @tilliesworld xx

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  52. I enjoy Mother’s Day because it reminds me of all the kind good hearted women in my family and how much they mean to me. My mom obviously but my grandma and aunts too. I also enjoy going out to eat with my husband and just doing something together as a family. We do those things anyway but Mother’s Day is just another reason to celebrate life.
    I am a fan on FB
    I am a follower of you blog xx
    I have subscribed xx
    I have tweeted @emmacella

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  53. It gives me a way to show my mum that I love her. Its also nice to spend time with the family.
    @ali991

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  54. I already receive emails abbiehardman (the wonderful world of tillie)

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  55. I've commented on The breast milk baby -
    What a lovely blog you have, I won't be buying on for my little lady he he

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  56. Mother's day means family getting together with my two lovely children and spoiling my mum.

    following on tweeter and facebook @Silkey1

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  57. Hi, me again - just commented below you 'The Breast Milk Baby: Top or flop?' post xxx great read btw!!!

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  58. @needaphone Mother World means the world to be because my son is a gift and I am so lucky to have me and good health. My heart goes out to those who have lost their mothers like my husband..

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  59. @needaphone I like Mummy alarm on facebook

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  60. @needaphone I subscribe to Mummy alarm x

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  61. @needaphone I follow Mummy alarm on networked blogs

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  62. @needaphone I have commented also on your Diva Popcorn x

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  63. Mother's Day means appreciating what you have with your mum.

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  64. Have tweeted @FlorrieFloyd

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  65. Already following your blog.

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  66. Well...Mother's Day is always slightly tinged with sadness because my mother is no longer with us......But I have 2 very gorgeous sons who can be devils sometimes but always seem to come good on Mother's Day...they thoroughly spoil me and I think the world of them

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  67. Mother's Day is a reminder to me how much my Mum means to me. I like to be able to show my love to her on this Special Day.

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  68. Following on networked Blogs

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  69. Spending time with my children

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  70. Mothers Day means lots of chocolate and cuddles - I hope :)

    @BoostieBoo

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  71. I have tweeted @BoostieBoo

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  72. Mother's day means ensuring that your mum understands how important she is and apologising for not showing her this everyday

    @littleboo_21

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  73. I have tweeted your competition details

    @littleboo_21

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  74. I already to subscribe Mummy Alarm

    @littleboo_21

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  75. I already follow you on Facebook

    Sarah Anguish

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  76. I follow you via Networked Blogs

    @littleboo_21

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  77. It's my first Mother's Day so this year it means a celebration that I have survived a year!

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  78. I tweeted too @gingerbread_mum

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  79. The Mother's Day is a day when I show how much my mum means to me... my mum is all my life


    @marzutek on twitter

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  80. I subscribed to your blog by email

    @marzutek on twitter

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  81. I follow your blog via Networked Blogs
    as Marzena Sz

    @marzutek on twitter

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  82. I like your facebook page as Marzena Sz

    @marzutek on twitter

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  83. I commented on Thank you, Innocent Drinks!

    @marzutek on twitter

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  84. Mothers day to me, means looking at my little family and realising how lucky I am :)

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  85. and I've tweeted @dawnie_brown

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  86. Mother's Day means breakfast in bed, children eager to please and acknowledging the role my mother plays in my life.

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  87. hi mum of two and this mothers day was the first in six years that my daughter was not ill. it was fantastic. i love being a mum

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  88. It means remembering and cherishing that very special bond between mother and child

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  89. As Mother's Day is always (obviously) a Sunday it means just another day at work for me :(

    But my boyfriend and my son always make it up to me by making another day special instead, and this year it's tomorrow :)

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  90. Have tweeted

    @ammalinetheduck

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  91. Already subscribed to Mummy Alarm by email

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  92. Already follow you on Networked Blogs

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  93. Already like you on Facebook

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  94. Mother's Day means memories that help me remember my late mum and will do the same for my daughter in time. I tweet as@netcurtains

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  95. I have tweeted as @netcurtains

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  96. I subscribe via email to mums-the-word@live.com

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  97. I follow you on Networked Blogs

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  98. mothers day is one day when you can thank your mum for all they have done to you and show them how much they mean to you

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  99. liked mummy alarm facebook page

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  100. Mothers day means a lot to me as I nearly lost my little boy when he was born last year due to a placental abruption, he then came 6 1/2weeks early but thankfully he's fine. I almost thought I'd never get to celebrate this day - but I can so YAY!

    forceofnature@hotmail.co.uk

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  101. I already subscribe to blog xx

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  102. Mothers Day means spending time with my best friend, who just happens to be my mummy!

    @kelandab

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  103. Liking Mummy Alarm on Facebook

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  104. Following Mummy Alarm via Networked Blogs

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  105. Mother's day is a lovely day to cellebrate being a family. Spend time together as a family and just forget about all our worries for one day ! Nice and relaxing, a reminder of what is important in life !

    Have followed and tweeted @CorkyP1g and followed blog.

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  106. Liked on FB and following on twitter & Tweeted as @LaurensMum2010

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  107. Mothers Day means a chance to be spoilt by my son & put my feet up! @Isis1981uk

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  108. Re-tweeted the message on Twitter @Isis1981uk

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  109. I thought it very funny that my husband spent most of Mother's Day trying to keep our pesky 15 month old out of my way, so I could relax - LOL!
    @superluckydi

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  110. I'm following you on Facebook - Di Coke

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  111. And on Networked Blogs - Di Coke

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  112. Mother's Day means a lie in and my kids (and hubby) making breakfast!
    Follow as Maisie. Contact on twitter @maisietoo

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  113. Have tweeted. @maisietoo

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  114. Have already subscribed using the e-mail form.
    @maisietoo

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  115. Have liked Mummy Alarm on facebook as Maya Russell.@maisietoo

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  116. Following via networked blogs. Maya Russell @maisietoo

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  117. I have commented on 'Mummy Alarm's Big Mother's Day Gift Guide: Jewellery' @maisietoo

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  118. mothers day is just a really nice family day :)
    @vickyd4v3

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  119. As of this year it's a day to remember my own mum, and have appreciation shown for all that I do in my own home as a mum of a 16 month old.
    I was very moved and taken aback by the gift I was given this year. I'm a bit of a convert now!

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  120. Am following via Networked Blogs (Kath MacKinnon)

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  121. Have liked on Facebook (Kath MacKinnon)

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  122. I've also commented on the Breastmilk Baby review.

    Thanks! Kx

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  123. Mothers day means -
    Giving mum a day off for once!

    sandy hallett

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  124. extra entry for tweeting the message

    @sandyhallett

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  125. Mothers Day means to me a feeling of slight guilt that I'm nowhere near my mum to take her somewhere special. I think it seems to do that to everyone to some extent, maybe it would be better to put more effort in day to day instead of trying to show your appreciation and love for someone when your told to really!!

    I feel amazed my daughter remembered for the first time in years and bought me flowers. I can't say I didn't almost fall off my chair in amazement. She is 15 after all!!

    @medsdemon

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  126. I follow you via Network Blogs xx

    @medsdemon

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  127. I subscribe to your feed already xx

    @medsdemon

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  128. I commented on your Storyonics post xx

    @medsdemon

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  129. i like your FB page already xx

    @medsdemon (Sarah Allcoat on FB)

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  130. It's about family to me, tea in bed and cuddles, I love cooking and even make my own chocolates on Mothers day (taste way better than Thornton's). We spend the whole day together just doing what we want to do, simple but perfect.

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  131. To me Mother's Day means spending the day playing with the kids and seeing my own mum, forget any housework it's a day for fun and cuddles!

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  132. I have tweeted - @bloomingfox

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  133. I have subscribed - robertfox24@aol.com

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  134. I have commented on Mummy Alarm's Big Mother's Day Gift Guide: Jewellery

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  135. I am following Mummy Alarm via Networked Blogs

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  136. I like Mummy Alarm on Facebook - Kirsty Fox

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  137. Mother's Day is a day for me to remember my beautiful mum who passed away in January following a 7 week battle with kidney cancer. It's a day for me to appreciate all the love she has given me and although its a difficult and painful day, its also one to be grateful for the 25 years in which I had the best mum in the world to celebrate Mother's Day with.

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  138. Mothers day is to celebrate my mum and appreciate all the sacrifices, advice and love she has given/made for me, and next year to be one of the mums!

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  139. it's a time to show my hard working mum how special she is

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  140. Mothers Day is a chance to treat my mum without her trying to stop me.

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  141. Commented on 'Storyonics' Competition

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  142. Mothers Day means togetherness with my lovely daughters.

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  143. M... is for the million things she does for me, O.....is her opinion that always counts, T ...is for all the tears she's shed over me, H.....is for her heart of gold,
    E....is for her eyes always watching over me, R.......is for the respect she always shows me.
    This spells MOTHER - someone who means the absolute WORLD to me.

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  144. Mother's Day to me is about spending the day having fun with my son - this past Mother's Day was no different. @MySonsSpongeMad

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  145. Have tweeted about competition @MySonsSpongeMad

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  146. Have subscribed to you with Feedburner @MySonsSpongeMad

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  147. Mothers day for me is all about the family, spending time with my little princess, mum and grandmother, my gran is 90 years old and our time with her is becoming more precious x
    @lillyfer85

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  148. already subscribed to email @lillyfer85

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  149. following on networked blogs @lillyfer85

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  150. following on facebook @lillyfer85

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