London, Mar 7: Many moms will be hoping for the rare chance to stay in bed and that their husbands or partners look after the children this Mother's Day, a survey has revealed.
When mothers were asked what they would like to be gifted other than flowers or other expensive gifts, 20 percent mothers said a good night's sleep and a lie-in, the Telegraph reported.
In second place was the option of quality time with the family, at 18 percent, with many saying that they often found this difficult to get when juggling work and home life.
A day free of tantrums came in at third place at 15 percent, with no children's TV being turned on came fourth at 12 percent.
Others wishes on their list were having someone to cook for them - 9 percent, being given children's artwork - 8 percent, a hot cup of tea - 8 percent, a clean house - 5 percent, being given a gadget like an iPad - 4 percent and cash - 1 percent.
1,000 mothers were surveyed by online discount site NetVoucherCodes.co.uk. (ANI)