It’s Mother’s Day…So Here’s To The Moms

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Here’s to the Moms who feel like they have no clue what they’re doing – every. single. day.

Here’s to the Moms who haven’t had a good night’s sleep in years.

Here’s to the Moms who love their kids so fiercely they would literally do anything for them.

Here’s to the Moms who are always too busy to get themselves a haircut and a pedicure.

Here’s to the Moms who would rather have a dance party in their kitchen than cook dinner.

Here’s to the Moms who shuttle their kids around in mini-vans, sacrificing their own personal coolness.

Here’s to the Moms who have survived long division homework.

Here’s to the Moms who need enormous amounts of caffeine to make it through the day.

Here’s to the Moms who hold their breath on the sidelines, just hoping he makes the basket.

Here’s to the Moms who have listened to hundreds of made up knock knock jokes, and laughed every time.

Here’s to the Moms who have slept on the floor of a sick kid’s room, just to be there.

Here’s to the Moms who feel like they will never live up to their own mother’s level of perfection.

Here’s to the Moms who have a purse full of crayons, Barbie shoes, crusty Kleenexes and goldfish crackers.

Here’s to the Moms who are raising amazing  kids with special needs.

Here’s to the Moms who feel isolated, overwhelmed and burned out.

Here’s to the Moms who find secret joy in embarrassing their kids in public.

Here’s to the Moms who struggle to find the right words to say when their kids need to hear them most.

Here’s to the Moms who are just starting their journey through motherhood…soak it all in. It’s going to go fast.

Here’s to the Moms who are strong enough to do it all on their own.

Here’s to the Moms who have lost their temper on a school morning.

Here’s to the Moms who pee just a little every time they sneeze or laugh too hard.

Here’s to the Moms who have accepted the fact that their house is going to be perpetually messy.

Here’s to the Moms who are honest about their imperfections.

Here’s to the Moms who dig deep enough to find humor in it all.

Here’s to the Moms who wouldn’t trade any of  it for the world.

Happy Mother’s Day from Make Your Own Damn Dinner!

 

Comments

  1. Cindy Ave'Lallemant says:

    And here’s to the moms who are extremely proud of the mom their little girls have become.

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