Disclaimer: this post is a couple of days late so I just thought I'd put in a quick apology beforehand! I'm very lazy, I'm sorry - hopefully this message makes up for it.
In our family, the hardest person to buy presents for is my mom. Honestly. And it's not in the sense that she has everything she wants, but that she never put her wants or needs before anyone else. With her, it's always other people first - family, friends. She'd buy things for other people's birthdays, send other people cards or messages, remember little details about everyone else, but would never make her own interests the topic of conversation.
And that's just one of the reasons.
My mother has always been one of the most important people in my life. I've learnt so much from her and both my dad and I love and trust her unconditionally. How do you buy something for someone that gives so much?
She is without a doubt my biggest role model and I'm eternally grateful to have her in my life. She's always supportive, always caring, always dependable. She deserves the world and more just for the way she is, something that she probably doesn't believe herself.
So, to the most amazing mother, I hope you've enjoyed your birthday and will continue to enjoy the many to come - I'll always be here to celebrate them with you (and to remind you of how amazing you are and how you deserve all kinds of present but that they have to be within my budget because I'm watching my bank account). You're a brilliant person (don't forget!) and I love you so so so so so so so SO much.
Probably the most amazing daughter you've ever had (also the only one, so you have no choice)