My perfect Mother's Day was just to be left alone and have the day off from motherhood. I remember when [her oldest child], Lily, was 2 or 3 years old, and a couple of weeks before Mother's Day, [husband] Jeff, said, "Let's figure out what we're doing, let's figure out where you want to go for brunch and we'll make reservations." I was like, that sounds awful. I don't want to have to take Lily out to brunch — who's not going to eat anything, who's going to be whiny. You take her and do something; I just want to be by myself. I don't want to do baths, I don't want to get kids dressed, deal with anything.