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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 13: DON'T BE DAVE: A new survey by Asda has revealed over half of British women have never received flowers on Valentine's Day and Dave is the most likely to forget his loved one this year. Asda and flower designer Joseph Massie have created a living floral billboard allowing Londoners, like Dave to take a single red rose for their Valentine #dontbedave at Victoria Station on February 13, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images for ASDA)

There’s no doubt that this year’s Mother’s Day wasn’t exactly your typical Mother’s Day, but we bet most people tried to do at least something to honor mom. Well, one woman found out her hubby wasn’t planning anything, and then he gave her a hard time about feeling bad about it.

The woman shares on Reddit’s “Am I The A-hole” forum that she never expects much from Mother’s Day, but she appreciates little things like a card, or a homemade gift from her kids. While her kids are too little to do something for her themselves, she expected her hubby to step up, but apparently he didn’t.

The woman writes that while putting together orders for her cake and cupcake business her hubby came over and asked her, “so, do I have to celebrate mother’s day for you too?, I mean it’s just a day.’” She shares, “I responded: well now that I know you didn’t mean to do anything then just don’t do anything, just never mind,’” which prompted the husband to call her “dramatic” for “making a big deal about it.”

The mom then felt bad about it and asked folks whether she was wrong. She insists she wasn’t expecting much, noting, “I thought just idk a card from my kids maybe? I feel like I give so much as a mother I wouldn’t mind a day with a nice gesture.”

Source: Mom Cafe