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How are you celebrating your first Mother's Day?
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
Mother's Day is just around the corner, how will you be celebrating your first Mother's Day?

Do you need to drop hints, or is your SO good at surprising you with great gifts?

Share you plans and gift ideas for your first Mother's Day!

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown
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hevans0516 responded:
My first mother's day! I'm very excited. Our church is doing a baby dedication that morning. It will be for my LO and one other baby that was born this past year! Then lunch at my parents house and the hubby's parents are coming too. My husband is getting me a full length mirror. I've been asking for one for a while! He's no good at surprises and I don't like impractical gifts. Get me something I'll actually use.
 
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emilyplayscello responded:
Onesies make really nice gifts for new moms... they're always getting messy, so it doesn't hurt to have an extra! Lela.com is giving away free ones this year, too. They're really cute and the site is fun! The giveaway is here: http://www.lela.com/event/mothers-day-2012-giveaway?utm_source=Social%2BComment&utm_medium=Social%2BComment&utm_campaign=Mothers%2BDay%2B2012
 
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EEE4565 responded:
I will be to be the proud mother of a 10 day old little boy. I intend to enjoy every moment in amazment of the little man I helped create and bring to the world. Happy Mothers Day ladies!

Mom to Sean Ryan born 5/3/2012


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