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Remember When

Remember When - Kids

“My daughter wrote me this letter for Mother’s Day. To be fair, my car was only two weeks old and the guy in the parking garage denied doing anything to it.”

(submitted by Nina)

In Kids • May 10th, 2016 • Comments Off on Remember When

Insane Clown Baby

Insane Clown Baby - Mom

“Sometimes when I’m down, I think about how my parents were Juggalos and smile.”

(via source)

In Mom • May 10th, 2016 • Comments Off on Insane Clown Baby

Service With A Frown

Service With A Frown - Kids

“I’m not really sure why, but my kids ALWAYS draw me with a frown.”

(submitted by Jennifer) 

In Kids • May 9th, 2016 • Comments Off on Service With A Frown

All Their Ducks In A Row

All Their Ducks In A Row - Family Portrait

“This was a family portrait and Mom had made us all duck sweatshirts. I had an asymmetrical hairdo and I don’t know what was worse – Mom’s braces or her makeup!”

(submitted by Jessica) 

In Family Portrait • May 9th, 2016 • Comments Off on All Their Ducks In A Row

All About Mom

All About Mom - Kids

“My friend’s four-year-old son answered these questions about his Mom. (The handwriting is from the preschool teacher.)

(via source)

In Kids • May 9th, 2016 • Comments Off on All About Mom

Happy Mothers Day

Happy Mothers Day - Mom

“My sisters are clearly giving my mom the best Mother’s Day of her life.”

(submitted by Alexandra) 

In Mom • May 7th, 2016 • Comments Off on Happy Mothers Day

Mom’s Prom Date

Mom’s Prom Date - Mom

“Unbeknownst to Mother we hired a stripper for my sister’s bachelorette party. At first Mother was shocked and horrified, but after a night of completely inappropriate behavior (girls behaving badly), Mother loosened up a bit and joined in the fun. So much so that she decided to take a picture with the stripper! And being the good catholic girl that she is, she felt this was a perfectly acceptable pose…It is now affectionately known as her prom picture. Go Mom!”

(submitted by Celia) 

In Mom • May 6th, 2016 • 1 Comment »
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