Taking care of Mom on Mother’s Day (& a Giveaway!)

Thank you Molly Maid for sponsoring this post. Be sure to take care of yourself and Mom this Mother’s Day! #MollyMaid4Mom
Mother’s day is right around the corner, and if you’re like me then you’re probably looking forward to a nice day of relaxation and family time.  When I was growing up Mother’s day meant giving my mom some flowers or a card and going out for a fancy lunch.  Now that I’m a Mother, this day has new meaning to me.  It not only gives me a whole new respect for my own mom, but I also know what an incredible honor it is to be one myself.  I don’t need gifts or breakfast in bed to feel special, just being able to hug my son is reward enough for me.  I’ll have to admit though, I could use a hand now and then!  I’d love to be able to just hang out with my family and not worry about the dishes piling up, mopping, or keeping everyone fed.  Moms need a break sometimes, and Mother’s Day is the perfect time to give them one while showing them just how much they mean to you!         
There’s nothing more fulfilling in the world than having children, but sometimes we tend to forget about ourselves while trying to give the best to our families.  Lately I’ve found myself struggling to even keep track of my very basic tasks and my home is suffering from it.  This year all I really want is a good house cleaning.  I can’t tell you how hard it is to maintain my home while being eight months pregnant and trying to entertain a very active toddler.  At this point I’m lucky if I even fold the laundry!  Sure, flowers and brunch are nice,  but what mom wouldn’t love a to be given a break from her domestic duties so she can spend quality time with the people she loves the most?  I know I would!  Are you wondering what you can do to make this year special for you mom?  Give her the gift of a Maid Service for the day.  

  Molly Maid has very generously offered one of my readers the chance to win a $100 gift certificate for their services!  Want to keep it for yourself?  That’s fine too, you deserve it!  You can enter below.  This one is a little different from my usual giveaway format, so be sure to read the full rules.  GOOD LUCK!

Win a $100 gift certificate toward a cleaning from Molly Maid!

Please note that Molly Maid does not offer service in the following locations: Louisiana, Wyoming, Vermont, West Virginia, Maine, Montana, and Alabama. Also Molly Maid does not have coverage in the following Metro areas: Madison, WI, Green Bay, WI, Buffalo, NY, and Syracuse, NY. If you live in any of these locations, you can still enter to win, but will not be able to have a home in those areas serviced. Home cleaning estimates will vary. Winner may use gift certificate toward total cost.
This giveaway will end May 7 at 11:59PM PT, so enter now! A winner will be selected randomly from the comments on May 8 and contacted via email.
Enter up to four times by doing each of the following:
  • One Entry – Tweet about the Molly Maid contest (you can even use the handy-dandy Tweet below, if you like) and leave a comment here with either the Tweet or the URL to the Tweet. Please be sure to tag your Tweet with #MollyMaid4Mom.
  • One Entry – Post about this contest on Facebook, and leave a comment here saying what you posted. Please tag the post with the #MollyMaid4Momhashtag.
  • One Entry – Write a blog post about the contest and — you guessed it — leave a comment here with the URL to the blog post.
  • One Entry – Just leave a comment on this blog post!
Sample Tweet: I just entered to win $100 toward a cleaning from Molly Maid! You can too! http://www.millionmoments.net/2012/04/taking-care-of-mom-on-mothers-day.html #MollyMaid4Mom


Sponsored posts are purely editorial content that we are pleased to have presented by a participating sponsor. Advertisers do not produce the content. I was compensated for this post as a member ofClever Girls Collective, but the content is all my own.

  

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