Ordinary Moments | Mothers day 2020

*Collaborative Post

Mothers day has come and gone, although it had a few restrictions and we are having to social distance we had a lovely day just the five of us. I am joining in with Donna’s Ordinary Moments Linky again this week. It’s my favourite.

I woke up to some lovely home made gifts from Sophia and Archie which always makes me so happy, that they have especially taken the time out to create something for me is so so special to me.

There are some lovely gift ideas over at UK Gifts where you can find exactly what you need just for her on a special occasion. There are specific categories for gin lovers, cat lovers or mums who love to bake. So no need to spend hours searching for the perfect gift when you can use UK Gifts to help you.

Archie was so excited and very doting on me wanting to do my breakfast and sort everything out for me. We spent most of the day at home which I am sure so many of us did.

Late afternoon we craved some fresh air so put together a flask of coffee and some yummy chocolate cakes and treats and headed out for a local walk and some fresh air. So grateful for that little bit of time. We were so lucky with where we went that it was very quiet and we enjoyed the open space to ourselves for a couple of hours before heading home together.

Mothers day was slightly different to usual years but still just as special to me. Daniel made us all a yummy breakfast we all sat at the table together.

I got a coffee in bed too which was lovely and I stayed in bed the longest which was lovely too! I feel so loved by these people and I couldn’t ask for a better family to call my own.

Amidst everything we are all going though at the moment with the virus this day was so welcomed and so lovely. I love capturing these memories for us and popping them here. I know I will always have them to look over and that brings me so much happiness.

I just love this time of year when it all starts to get warmer and everything looks greener. It’s beautiful. And it’s reminding me of all our beautiful spring and summer family memories. It reminds me we have more to make and that this current situation wont last forever.

Now that I am publishing this we are currently in lockdown, which I am so pleased about just because of how much it is going to help everyone. We have been following these rules for a while. Now that they are here for all of us to strictly follow, I feel like we can really make a difference to what is going on for us all.

I am sending you all so much of my love and wishing you all the happiness at this time we all face together.

Thank you so much for even taking a minute to pop over and read my blog. I am trying to keep everything normal and happy for my children and for myself and my mental health. I focus on taking one day at a time I don’t look forward and worry I rather stay in the moment and trust that all is going to be okay. It’s the only way for me to cope with it all.

I hope you all had a lovely mothers day too.

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1 Comment

  1. March 28, 2020 / 2:12 pm

    It sounds like a lovely, quiet Mothers Day. I think so much of this year is going to be different to normal! x

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