Megan Clinton's second Mother's Day, and her first as a mum of two, was a low-key but lovely affair.
Her Sunday began with presents of Miss Naked Cakes cupcakes, flowers and drawings from daughter Lennon.
"If restrictions were in place we probably would have gone out to get breakfast," Mrs Clinton said.
"But these days, we're spending a lot of time in the backyard by the fire pit.
"We're doing a lot of face-timing with the family."
While there were no visits to her Thurgoona home, Mrs Clinton is looking forward to reuniting her four-month-old Hadley with relatives soon.
"They've only seen Hadley once - they'll be coming to visit soon now that they're allowed to," she said.
"Lennon is two in a few weeks, and we weren't planning on doing much for that, but it's my 30th birthday in June.
"I think I'll wait to do something until after restrictions!"
With Lennon and Hadley's grandparents being in Tocumwal and Young, a visit to either of their homes was not in order this Mother's Day, but the Clintons were glad to have the option available.
Mums on the Victorian side of the Murray River could not be legally visited by their children due to public health orders.
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But even in NSW, celebrations were still impacted.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the special day wasn't a reason to break social distancing rules.
"I love my mum, but she won't be getting a hug and a kiss from me today," she said.
"I paid her a visit yesterday through the kitchen screen window.
"I say to all the mums, happy Mother's Day - we appreciate everything you do.
"All of us must keep our loved ones safe.
"They're the times we live in."