Is it teething time for your little one?
Our favourite day of the year, Mother’s Day, is almost here and gifting specialist One4all released a survey revealing the hottest mums in Ireland.
 
‘Thinking man’s crumpet’ Miriam O’Callaghan was voted the hottest mother in Ireland with a huge 53% of the vote. With eight children and a successful career, we always knew this yummy mummy was a woman to be admired. Now not only is she role model for Irish mums, she is a favourite among Irish men as well!
 
Actress and mum of three Victoria Smurfit came second on the list with 17% whilst stylish mum Lorraine Keane and model-turned full-time mother Yvonne Keating got 16% and 13% of the vote respectively.
 
Mother of six and United Nations Ambassador Angelina Jolie topped the poll of Hollywood’s hottest mums (no surprise there) followed by eternally youthful mum of three Demi Moore and practically perfect pregnant mum of one Jessica Alba who came joint second.
 
Other survey findings included:
  • 35% of those surveyed will buy their mum flowers on Mother’s Day with 33% snapping up a gift card and 8% opting for perfume
  • 55% of respondents voted multi tasking as the typical trait which defines an Irish mammy. World’s best stew maker (18%), best hugs in the world (15%), excellent tea making skills (10%), champion tucking in skills (2%) also featured on the list
  • When respondents were asked what household item they would buy for their mother, 50% said they would buy cookery items such as saucepans, cookbook or blender
 
And just in case you’re still struggling to find that perfect Mother’s Day gift, a One4all Gift Card could be the simple answer. One4all Gift Voucher and Gift Card have over 1,200 of Ireland’s shops and services with 4,500 outlets nationwide making them the leading provider of Gift Vouchers in Ireland. The card is accepted in Marks and Spencer, Arnotts, Argos, Brown Thomas, Champion Sports, Debenhams, Easons, HMV and many more. You can pick one up at your local post office or on www.one4all.ie.

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