Mother’s Day, Sunday May 12, is just around the corner and children everywhere are thinking, planning, and organizing events to honor their favorite woman. The hope is that we’ll create special moments to invoke lasting memories for our loving moms.
One spot I’ve found this year that is doing the work for us and pulling out all the stops is Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa in Dana Point. On Saturday, May 11th from 10:30AM 4:30PM they are offering a Mimosas & Makeovers Mommy and me package. You and your children can enjoy their signature cashmere massage. The therapist uses organic, unrefined shea butter blended with essentials oils of centering vetiver and uplifting patchouli. Or try a Cashmere facial. After an expert analysis, your esthetician will cleanse, tone, treat and hydrate your skin incorporating the resorts signature cashmere shea butter for a neck, shoulder, hand, and arm massage. With either treatment mom gets to take home a cozy Cashmere spa blanket. They will also be hosting complimentary makeovers using Advanced Mineral Make-up, expert eyebrow threading, non-invasive brow lifts with NuFace an FDA approved facial toning device, under-eye brightening with Clarisonic Opal, eyebrow shaping and coaching by Chella Skincare & Brows and best of all each mom and guest of age will receive free mimosas. Children of all ages will receive complimentary OJ. Treatments available May 1 through May 31.
Then on Sunday check out the Champagne Brunch in Vue Restaurant featuring international cuisine from11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The buffet is available for $99 (Adults) and $40 (Children ages 6- 12) per person. Enjoy live entertainment, receive a special rose for mom, and 5 X 7 family photo. For reservations visit www.lagunacliffs.com.
Guest Writer – Kerri Zane
Kerri is an Emmy award winning television executive producer, healthy living expert, single mom advisor, speaker, and author of “It Takes All 5: A Single Mom’s Guide to Finding the REAL One.” published by Morgan James, (November 2012). She is the family travel expert for Peter Greenberg Online, a regular contributor to What’s Up For Kids as well as various mommy blogs.