Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Mum in a Million | Lifestyle

Most of us are really lucky to have a mum in a million, and I'm sure that we show them we love and appreciate them every day however, Mother's Day comes along and we are extra special to them. Now I'm a mum (and this is my second Mother's Day) I really can see why it's such a big deal, a big deal just to be treat extra special, have a nice treat, and hopefully everything done for us, hehe. 

Parkdean Holidays have a competition going at the moment, where you can enter by letting them know why your mum is a mum in a million, and get this, win a 3 or 4 night break at one of their parks! Why not enter their competition here?

Here is why my mum is one in a million: 

My mum, like many others, is supportive and goes out of her way to do a lot for me. However, since having an ME relapse after the birth of my son, and being diagnosed with bipolar disorder last year (and having a pretty darn rough year may I add), she's had to go a lot further than a lot of mums. She is a second mum to Dexter, and I couldn't ask for anyone better to help me raise my son. There are some days when I can't even manage to get out of bed because I'm so ill and exhausted, but she's always there to pick up the pieces for me. As a woman of almost thirty, I shouldn't have to rely on my mum to help feed and dress me, let alone a 15 month old, and it's pretty embarrassing. I should be the one taking care of her as she gets older, not the other way round. However, she's my rock, my stability, and my confidant. No matter what, I know I can rely on her when things go wrong. And she really is my mum in a million.

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