Happy birthday, to the wonderful, amazing, wonderful, awesome, spectacular mom! You've got to be kidding me, right? It's only the fifth of July, and you've got this case and this one. I know, right? The only wine you will hear this day comes out of a plastic bottle.
So we will behave, promise. Happy birthday, mom! But the only drink that will make the day go away is the only drink that never has to touch the skin of another living being, the one bottle that contains alcohol. That's right: booze!
This day of freedom for us all is also about our mothers, our sisters, our aunts, our grandmothers, our mothers-in-law, our grandmothers-in-law, and those we love, too. It's about remembering our mothers' birthday. It's about showing our mother how much we love her. It's about telling her that we care.
For this reason, many women have a “happy birthday” theme for their parties, with special gifts or cakes and other goodies for their mothers. You can choose to be a co-bride, a mother, a sister, or a friend for your mother. Or, you could go all out and be the birthday mom yourself.
If your mom is an aunt, a cousin, a great aunt, or someone else like that, it's a great idea to have them over at your party to help with the decorations. You could even have a card table set up with cards and balloons and candles and whatever else. Let them decorate, show them a good time, and let them make their presence felt.
It doesn't matter what kind of birthday you are planning, the important thing is that you are celebrating it. This is not the day when you get to celebrate your life – it's a celebration of your mother's life. Happy Birthday, mom.
If you are going to give your mother something to remember her on her birthday, try to keep it as personal and as small as possible. This is important because there is no way that you are going to want to let her have a big cake and a lot of people over to her party if you are planning on going home that night in a cab and staying the night.
Your Mom's birthday party should be fun. If you are not inviting people, there are several things you can do that will help. get her to remember her special day, and make the whole event more memorable for her.
The last thing you want is to have is someone there to ruin her party. It will make her mad, and it will make your party a bad experience. You want everyone to come to your Mom's birthday party and enjoy it – not ruin it.