Mother’s Day

 

 

 

 


 

Happy Mother’s Day!

 

Here’s wishing all Moms a special day
That’s filled with every pleasure,
Your love, care and tenderness
Is what we really treasure!

Happy Mother’s Day!

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Because. Mom said so.

To all the Moms out there, this weekend – Happy Mother’s Day. What would we do without you. Always teaching, guiding, nurturing, and loving us – no matter what. To salute you, we thought we’d look back at those special sayings and “pearls of wisdom” you had for us. (As I read these, I can’t help but laugh out loud – and love ya Mom). Enjoy!!  We all know, that no matter how old we get you never stop being Mom!

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Mom-isms:

  • Don’t look at me with those eyes.
  • Children are to be seen, not heard.
  • If you keep making that face, it’ll freeze that way.
  • If you’re going to act like a child, I’ll treat you like one.
  • Quiet down, I can’t even hear myself think.
  • One day you’ll thank me for this.
  • Why? Because I said so, that’s why!
  • As long as you’re under my roof, you live by my rules.
  • God gave you a brain, so use it.
  • Ask a stupid question and you’ll get a stupid answer.
  • Are your legs broken?
  • Let’s not tell your Dad about this, ok.
  • If all your friends jumped off a bridge, would you?
  • Jen’s mom lets her do (Blank). Fine, go live with Jen’s mom … I’ll help you pack.
  • Shut the door, were you born in a barn? (or think we’re heating the neighborhood?)
  • Your room looks like a cyclone ran through it.
  • Talking to you is like talking to a brick wall.
  • Let’s play the quiet game.
  • Someone better be bleeding.
  • Where are your manners – were you raised by wolves?
  • I’m not asking, I’m telling.
  • Don’t you use that tone with me Mister/Missy.
  • Stop crying or I’ll give you something to really cry about.
  • You better wipe that smirk off your face.
  • Don’t make me: tell you again / come back there / turn this car around, et al.
  • Don’t leave the house without clean underwear.
  • Just wait until your father gets home.
  • Remember, make good choices.
  • When you have kids, I hope they turn out just like you.

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