Breakfast in bed and a homemade card are nice. But for lots of Mums the best gift on Mother's Day is a cuddle and a kiss.
Red panda Eilish is sure to get plenty of those from her baby twins, who made their public debut at the National Zoo and Aquarium in Canberra on Thursday morning.
The yet-to-be-named pair let no one down on the cute factor, but like any young twins, organising them for a photo proved a challenge.
The male cub stayed elusive up in the trees, while his less shy sister joined mum Eilish down on the ground for photos and a nose rub.
The zoo is part of an international red panda breeding program and the latest pair continue a track record of success for Canberra.
The cubs are typically born in a den over summer and emerge in autumn with thick coats ready for the winter.
Natives of the Eastern Himalayas and south-western China, they are well prepared for Canberra's chilly winter, which will be their most active time of the year.
While a lot smaller than their cousins the Giant Panda, red pandas have a similar appetite for bamboo.