We don't avoid being open and honest. I watched my co-worker stress over what he can gift his wife come Sunday. After 10 years of celebrating Mother's Day, I am pretty sure he maxed out on the normal Mother's Day gifts. My co-worker needs your help

"Let me introduce you to somebody. His name is Dad. Go get him to find your socks. He too can help you with that last minute school project. LEAVE ME ALONE ON MOTHER'S DAY!" 

"I need a spa day, where the money I spend there is not an issue"

"If you really want to make me feel loved, try cleaning the house. Unless those flowers help pick up the mess made when I wasn't around I am not interested."

"Sleep. Seriously, like don't bother me. Leave me alone and let me truly sleep in."

"Load me up on gift cards. Chocolate is great and all, but Starbucks is better. If it has a drive through, I'm all about it."

"Breakfast in bed is for the birds. Give me brunch in bed, Mimosas, Bloody Mary's and all." 

Let us know what you truly want for Mother's Day, no shame here!