Answering The Question: Behind Every Happy Mommy Is…And Other Mother’s Day Tidbits

Happy Mother’s Day! Is everyone enjoying a day of pampering and being Queen of MommyDom?

We celebrate the Mother’s Day to show honor and respect to one of the most influential persons in our lives. Our Moms are there through thick and thin, sharing all joy and sorrows. But ya know, here at Mom Squad Central, we think this occasion of Mother’s Day would become a heckuva lot more fun if we add some humor to it. 🙂

Awesome Mom Quotes:
The hand that rocks the cradle usually is attached to someone who isn’t getting enough sleep.”- John Fiebig

“I’d like to be the ideal mother, but I’m too busy raising my kids.”- Unknown


The mother of three notoriously unruly youngsters was asked whether or not she’d have children if she had it to do over again. “Yes,” she replied. “But not the same ones.”- David Finkelstein


A little boy forgot his lines in a Sunday school presentation. His mother was in the front row to prompt him. She gestured and formed the words silently with her lips, but it did not help. Her son’s memory was blank. Finally, she leaned forward and whispered the cue, “I am the light of the world.” The child beamed and with great feeling and a loud clear voice said, “My mother is the light of the world.” – Bits and Pieces, 1989


A teacher gave her class of second graders a lesson on the magnet and what it does. The next day in a written test, she included this question: “My full name has six letters. The first one is M. I pick up things. What am I?” When the test papers were turned in, the teacher was astonished to find that almost 50 percent of the students answered the question with the word Mother- Unknown


**taken from http://www.dayformothers.com/mothers-day-humour/index.html

The Answers to my survey question, Behind Every Happy Mommy Is….

Shannon: A strong support system


Cindy Kelley: A hardworking gal!

Carol Ann wrote: “…trail of dirty laundry? Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. ;)”


Sellabitmum: A large latte, no foam


Look What Mom Found: fistful of sedatives


Confessions of a Mom: Someone rubbing her neck and shoulders?


Anonymous: A large money tree


Shaunna from TuTu Awesome:  a Grandmother saying ” I’ll take the kids for the weekend “.


Marina: A happy kid!

The Stages Of Motherhood:
4 Years Of Age – My Mommy can do anything;



8 Years Of Age – My Mom knows a lot! A whole lot


12 Years Of Age -My Mother doesn’t really know quite everything.


14 Years Of Age -Naturally, Mother doesn’t know that, either


16 Years Of Age -Mother? She’s hopelessly old-fashioned


18 Years Of Age -That old woman? She’s way out of date


25 Years Of Age -Well, she might know a little bit about it


35 Years Of Age -Before we decide, let’s get Mom’s opinion


45 Years Of Age -Wonder what Mom would have thought about it


65 Years Of Age -Wish, I could talk it over with Mom

Mother/Daughter Advice:

Cook a man a fish and you feed him for a day.

But teach a man to fish and you get rid of him for the whole weekend.

Enjoy Your Day Ladies!
 

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About Becky Flansburg


Becky Flansburg is freelance writer, blogger and virtual assistant living in Northern Minnesota. A dedicated mom to two beautiful kids, her veteran blog Franticmommy.com is filled with laughter and love about the joys parenthood. Becky is also committed to helping women realize their work-from-home dreams, enjoy life beyond the cubicle and find clarity in the work/life/family balance. Connect with Becky via her website, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest

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