Last year was my first Mother's Day as a mother. I had a 4-month-old and a loving husband who I zipped to an early breakfast with. Then, I left my daughter at home with my husband and went off with a friend for the day. Did I feel guilty as a first-time mom using the day as a time to be alone? A little. But the day was perfect. Some family time, and some me time.
If you're feeling like that's what you want this year (whether it's your first go-around at the holiday or your 10th) we have some exciting news. Go get a babysitter because Kraft is covering the cost of a Mother's Day sitter. This isn't some "enter to win" thing — the brand is offering up to $100 in babysitting reimbursement per household, so all you need to do is submit your Mother's Day babysitter bills at www.kraftmothersdayaway.com and Kraft will pay you back!
I don't know about you, but I'm booking one right now!