So hopefully you all did some voting in the Tesco Mum Of The Year awards which celebrates mothers who, you know, are nothing like me. Judges then decided the winners from a shortlist and the award ceremony takes place on Sunday 3rd March.
Kate Hardcastle was the first winner to be announced. In a nutshell, Kate set up a voluntary organisation to support the lesser-known charities, runs her own company and is a normal mum juggling that work/family balance.
There is only one word for Kate - AMAZEBALLS. And she really is a deserving winner. While I was watching crappy TV and moaning about my day, Kate was organising a charity concert which was a sell-out success. After this, she set up an organisation that would continue to run events for smaller charities that weren't able to do it themselves. With thousands of charities in the UK all competing, Kate decided that the lesser-known organisations needed some help to raise their profile and funds.
To date, there have been 11 concerts organised and many charities have and will benefit.
Kate's company also dedicates 20% of its time to charitable work.
Her latest project is called Positive Image which she hopes will give young people confidence and inspire positive body images. It will also tackle the issues that effect youths today such as bullying, eating disorders, self-harm and suicide.
And she's doing all this whilst being mum to a three year old! And we all know that work that entails!
The judges said "Kate has worked incredibly hard to create her own business, and has always ensured that helping those less fortunate remains a huge part of this."
You can follow Kate on Twitter @katehardcastle