Sunday, May 10, 2009


Wow! Cause WOW is MOM upside down.

I had intended to write a wonderful post about Mothers and mothering. It would seem that being a Mom got in the way of wishing you all a Happy Mothers Day.

I got a book mark from #6, remember I mentioned how quiet he is and how I thought we may need to change our "Let deep thinkers think" policy and encourage him to share his deep thoughts? He gave me a darling little bookmark he had made at school. it has a poem on the front with his picture and a spot on the back for him to fill in the response, I love you mom, more than... #6 loves me more than Toast, Camping and Grandmas. I'm touched!

So here is my late, lame Mothers Day post for all the women in my life who reach out in so many sweet ways to mother me a bit.




in time out said...

this is certainly not lame. how fun. thanks for sharing. wondering how you are holding up in boy land...hugs.

Steph said...

hehe. I promise sometime soon we will bring Heather to meet everyone. She was sick the last family gathering, and yesterday we were visiting Daniel's mom. See you soon!

Mr. and Mrs. Nurse Boy said...

That #6 sounds like a character! Thanks for the smile! The fact that he loves you more than grandmas is saying A LOT. Really!

Well, I love you more than Crispix. Ya know, the cereal. And, I really do love that stuff!

I hope you had a fantastic Mother's Day! You are so very deserving!

Mummy McTavish said...

I'm not a real fan of toast but the -more than grandmas- bit is WOW.

It just goes to show, sometimes it's probably best to just let deep thinkers think.

I love Mrs NB's crispix comment... At the moment my brain is not functioning and I don't think it will have quite the same impact if I tell you I love you more than nappies filled with sand which is all I can think of at the moment (we had playgroup in the park and the nappy is fine except for the sand and I'm a TA so I don't want to waste a nappy...brush it out and hope for the best had better work) Glad your mother's day was rockin!

Burton Family said...

Love it, that is adorable. I love the funny things little ones say and cannot wait until Shad is talking, of course when that happens I will probably be hoping he couldn't. Im glad we found each other (in a blogging sort of way)

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