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The Talker: What do mom`s want for Mother`s Day?

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In case you didn't notice, there's something important happening this weekend: Mother's Day!

President Obama had this reminder for everyone: "Let me start with a public service announcement, Dad, partners, children of America, Sunday is Mother's Day. You should not forget you can't go wrong with flowers, a homemade card, giving mom some relief. Some quiet time that would be appreciated."

So it's clear what Mrs. Obama is getting, but what do moms really want? We asked our Facebook friends. Here's what they said:

Jesse writes, "A phone call from the kids every once in a while. Not just on Mother's Day."

Sue says, "I would truly really really love a day at home all to myself, sitting on the couch in my PJ's watching whatever I want on TV, eating takeout food that was delivered right to the door!"

Karen wants to keep it simple. She says she'd like "a macaroni necklace and hand-made card."

Carmen wants something a lot of us dads want too: "Bulls to win and my lil baby boy to nap during the game."

 

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