Yesterday I started off my Mother’s Day strong. I got both kids out of bed and let Angela sleep in. Zeke and I handmade a card for her. I asked Zeke what he wanted it to say and he started with “I love you.” That’s a great start to a Mother’s Day card. Then when I asked if there was anything else he said, “I jump jump jump and bounce bounce bounce.” That didn’t make the cut. I went with a haiku instead. Saturday night, when I told Zeke we were going to do something special for Mom in the morning, he yelled, “MAKE PANCAKES!!!” I’m not going to crush my kid’s dreams, so we made pancakes. While I made the pancakes, Zeke made Angela a gift basket. It included a fake piece of pizza, a Thomas book, 2 pairs of socks, and the backing to some stickers he used the other day. Continue Reading→
This Mother’s Day I am going to go against my norm and write a blog about the holiday. Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms reading this. Here is one of my favorite Mother’s Day memories.
The perfect Mother’s Day song is clearly “A Song For Mama” by Boyz II Men. Continue Reading→