Kiwi mums reveal what they ACTUALLY want for mother's day!

Forget slippers and steer clear of vacuum cleaners ... because Kiwi mums have revealed what they ACTUALLY want this Mother’s Day.

It seems that while the old staples of chocolate and flowers always go down a treat there are some things that all offspring should be aware of when thinking up ways to celebrate their amazing mums.

Here are of most popular requests from New Zealand mothers:

To be completely pampered

"Seriously good food, feet up all day and a massage" - Hayley

"48 hours of solid sleep and 24 hours at a spa!" - Chelsea

"A box of chocolate all to myself is what I want and I might get." - Genevieve

"Mini pamper session and chocolate ... And a new plant" Janelle

"A proper deep tissue body massage, a lovely haircut at a fantastic salon that doesn’t cost the world, also Chocolate and sleep" - Keri

A day off from housework

"What I really want for Mother's Day is for my daughters to clean their rooms and give me back all my plates and cutlery ... It's quite a scary experience entering their rooms!" – Kerry

"A day where all the housework is done and I don't have to do a thing" - Amy

"For someone else to cook the dinner and clean up afterwards" – Fyona

"Clean house, washing done, and no kids fighting. You're dreaming!" - Traci

"For someone else to decide what we are having for dinner" - Carmen

A decent sleep-in and breakfast in bed

"Pancakes for breakfast" - Teresa

" A sleep in and a long hug with my daughter" - Brenda

"Sleep in and breakfast in bed" - Gemma

"A sleep in then my husband, kids and me working around our beautiful farm. That's happiness to me" - Tracey

"Sleep in, flowers, breakfast in bed and for the love of God for the kids not to fight! I'm so dreaming on that last one - Shannae

For the little angels to actually BE little angels

"Kids to be nice to each other, watch sports with hubby and drink wine" – Laraine

"Just my boys to be nice to each other and give me lots of hugs" – Pauline

"Family adventure with my hubby and kids and NO fighting ..." - Emily

"As it is my first mothers day, spend the day with my partner and my little man and both our mums. A picnic somewhere followed by an afternoon nap" - Kimberley

"For a tantrum-free day!" - Chantelle