If you leave a note for yours, do you sign it " mum" or "M' or your initial?

(31 Posts)
DrNick Tue 11-Feb-14 07:29:40

on the lines of " beans in fridge, put the dishwasher on, back at 8"

Megrim Fri 14-Feb-14 19:55:17

Mum for notes.

Mum xxxxx for texts that his mates might see.

morethanpotatoprints Fri 14-Feb-14 19:58:26

Mum confused what else could you put?

Chottie Sat 15-Feb-14 05:16:53

An 'M' surrounded by kisses and a smiley too.

Both my DCs are in their 30s - but I always like to leave an upbeat note for them. No complaints from either DS or DD. If it is a welcome back note when they have been away, I also leave a homemade cake next to the note.

Chottie Sat 15-Feb-14 05:18:12

OP I've always done this, since they were old enough to be able to read, so all through the teenage years too.

Tenalady Mon 17-Feb-14 15:41:52

Oh always get soppy with notes, texts and emails, top embarrassment brownie points for that. Mummy, Mumma, Love you and lots of kisses

elmerelephant Thu 20-Feb-14 19:46:32

my dcs both call me a variation of my name not mum, I didnt particularly like it which is why they did it !!!

So I end notes and texts with that name as it has now stuck, and is now considered cool! Id still rather be mum tho.

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