Things to do with your Mum this Spring

As you get older, you realise that actually, it is cool to spend time with your mum. Not only will you enjoy the time you spend with her, but she is sure to love it even more. Here are just a few ideas for activities that you could do with your mum this spring.

Whatever it is you choose to do with your mum, try and keep your smartphone in your bag or pocket – make sure your mum knows that she’s number one.

Take a spa break together
If you’re going to take a break, take a spa break. A relaxing and luxurious day at the spa is sure to be just what the doctor ordered. You and your mum could either pick somewhere local or somewhere a little further afoot and make a weekend of it.
There are plenty of choices across the UK to choose from, and you can tailor your day or weekend to suit your budget. Most spas will have some standard packages, and you can always choose from a wide range of add-ons if you’re happy to spend a little more – it is your mum after all.
Take her for afternoon tea
What better way to spoil your mum than with afternoon tea? Lots of restaurants, cafes and hotels now offer afternoon tea so you can choose somewhere local that suits your budget.
Many places will also offer the option to upgrade from tea and coffee to champagne or prosecco if you fancy a tipple.
Have a girls night in
Treating your mum doesn’t have to be expensive – your mum will enjoy just some simple quality time with you, so a girls night in can be a perfect way to indulge.
Pick out a film you both love, order in your favourite takeaway and stock the fridge with wine, prosecco, gin, or your favourite tipple. Alternatively, ditch the film and takeaway and cook your mum a lovely meal that you know she will enjoy and simply have a natter over a bottle of wine (or two!). 
Invite her for a day out with the kids
It isn’t just you who your mum will enjoy spending time with – if you have children then she’d also love some extra quality time with them. If you and the family are planning a trip to the zoo, or a day out, why not ask your mum and dad if they’d like to come along too? Even if it’s just a walk, or a trip out somewhere local, your mum and dad will really appreciate being invited along.
Half term breaks and school holidays are a great chance for you to create new family memories that you, your parents and your children are sure to treasure forever – just make sure you remember to take lots of photos
so you can look back on them together!
This will hopefully give you a bit of inspiration and will help you spend more time with your mum this spring. If you’ve got any extra ideas, please do let me know in the comment section below. 

Thank you for reading.
Alex xo

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