Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday. Let’s take some time to share special moments and memories.
What are some meaningful memories you have of your mother?
Are you a mom? What are some of the most memorable moments with your child that you cherish?
Do you have any humorous stories that would be fun to share?
Here are a couple from me to start us off:
“Dinner’s ready! Wash your hands!” my mother calls. We all show up at the table and it’s obvious that my brother’s hands are not clean. “But I washed them!” he protested. “So why are they still dirty ?” my mother asks. He looks at his hands to see the dirt on the top of his hands (not on his palms) and says “Oh – I had to wash the top, too??”
When we got a new TV and I was having trouble figuring out how the remote control worked, my son picked up the remote and took over effortlessly. My daughter then turned to me and said “Mommy – you need to practice more!”
Here are some from my colleagues:
“Walk…don’t run” my mother said. I wish I had listened. I was so excited that “our” lake was frozen enough that I could ice-skate, so I started to run up the outside stairs from the lake to the house, and of course, slipped on the icy step and fractured my wrist. No skating that season for me…
One great memory I have from growing up with my mom is her surprise lunches. Every day at school I would sit down and open my lunch box to see what she had put together for me. She always cut my peanut butter and jelly sandwiches into fun shapes and designs and often included a little love note. It was as if I was getting a hug from her all the way at school and it always put a big smile on my face.
What’s your mommy moment? Please share.
And to all moms and moms-to-be, have a wonderful Mother’s Day!
When my son was little, we would go to the zoo every week. One of his favorite animals was the “crocagator.” Personally, I think it was a great name. I certainly can’t tell the difference between an alligator and crocodile. And in our house, we still use that name for both species today. 🙂