Mother's Day is coming up this Sunday May 14.  It's a very special day for all moms who deserve breakfast in bed, flowers, spending quality time with their children, and so much more.

But the question is, should mom stay in or go out for Mother's Day?  According to National Restaurant Association research last year, 35 percent of Americans said they planned to dine out on Mother's Day.

Casual dining prevailed among 69 percent of Mother's Day diners surveyed, while 21 percent went for fine dining.

According to the Associated Press, one mother has two boys, 5 and 3, and describes the in or out debate this way: "It's like flying first class or on the wing of a plane!  A real treat is just letting me sleep in, waking up to my favorite Starbucks and giving me as much time as I want for a shower with no interruptions.  Heaven!"