Monday, May 12, 2008

Favorite Mother's Day

I ask my four-year-old (or as he would say four-and-a-half) what he wants to do on this rainy Mother's Day. He ponders the thought for awhile, looks up at me and says, "When is it going to be kid's day?"

I don't know if any gift can top that. You gotta love em'!

Last week we were filling out Mother's Day cards. He decides to fill out one for Nanny first (his great grandma.) I wrote down the word Nanny so he could fill out the card. Instead of writing Nanny, he writes Mommy(or something that looks like the word Mommy.)I explain to him that the card is not for me, it's for Nanny. He looks up at me with this "duh, I know that face" and says, "Nanny is a mom too. Didn't you know that?"

What is your favorite Mother's Day memory?

-NewsAnchorMom Jen


tls1995 said...

While on our way to Springfield yesterday we stopped at Dollar Tree in Lincoln to look for a gift bag to put Great-Grandma's present in. My 3 year old daughter runs over to the balloon display. Picks out a balloon which says "Happy Mother's Day" and brings it over to me. I explain that since we are on the way to Springfield she can't have a balloon as there is no room in the car. She turns to me and says "Mommy it's not for me. It's for you for Mother's Day". How could I say no to that? said...

Too Funny! Thanks for sharing! What a smart little girl!

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