MAY I share something funny?

It's a coping mechanism!  Yes!

True ;-)

Oh yes, my favorite thing to do.



Realizing that 90% of motherhood is spent locating someone's missing crap.

Raise your hand if you figured out the theme of today’s funnies!


I love my daughter more than life, but some days… If I don’t laugh, I’ll cry.

Tell me: What’s your favorite part of being a mama (or daddy or auntie or uncle!)? Or, if you’re not there yet, is there anything about parenthood you look forward to?


9 thoughts on “MAY I share something funny?

  1. Alison Miller says:

    I can’t relate to any of those memes. Nope.

    My favorite part of being a mom? Seeing my kids happy. The swell in my chest when my daughter’s art work takes first place or my son’s soccer team wins a tournament. Laughing at their crazy stories. SO MUCH. My daughter always asks me to tell her something awesome about my day, and I usually respond with “coming home and seeing you and your brother.” And it’s always true.

    I love being a mom. I can’t wait to be a full-time one. 🙂

  2. Jennifer Pickrell says:

    I’m an auntie and a big sister (17 yrs older) and my fave part of little kids is the things they say. Kids are always so sincere, with pretty much everything, whether telling you about their “terrible” time finding their lost shoes or explaining the rules of a made-up game. When they get older, it’s seeing that awesome person they’re turning into.

  3. Suzi says:

    Wow are those all true. I totally feel like I spend half my time looking for someone else’s crap.

    I love the snuggles and the kisses.

  4. Rachel says:

    LOL. I can’t say I am a mom like this because…um…I am not a mom.

    My favorite part of my mom is how supportive she is. She’s been my advocate (and my dad, too) for me from day 1 (I kind of have a crazy birth story – let’s just say in it involves her calling her doctor to say she was in labor and the doctor kept yelling at her because she had 4 months to go and there could be no freaking way the babies was ready to come out but…yea we were. 4 months early then, dealt w/my twinsister’s death and me being in the hospital for 6 months after), and she is just so so supportive and a freaking advocate. She is also the worst singer I know and puts up with me ‘demanding things’ – like whenever we’re happy we used to dance to the Beatles and whenever we’re sad we listen to the Rolling Stones to make us feel better. LOL. (I was a weird kid) My mom is the first person I called when I got my Revisions request. 🙂

    (Also funny story: My aunt and my mom look alike. One would think “okay, sisters.” Nope, Katy, my aunt is my DAD’S older sister! Once my aunt went to a wedding and someone called her the next day to tell my aunt how great she looked. Apparently my aunt hadn’t gone to the wedding…my mom had, LOL!)

  5. Juliana Haygert says:

    My daughter is so sweet, always hugging and kissing and telling I love you … so I love those moments 😉
    By the way, today is her 5th birthday! Big plans for today lol

  6. Sara McClung says:

    Oh mans, even without being a mom I appreciate those 🙂

    I’m not there yet, but we just bought a house that has a playground in the backyard, so I think we’ll be there soon! Not sure what I’m looking forward to most–maybe just the knowledge that I (we) created a tiny person. That part always amazes me about babies!

  7. Rebecca B says:

    Not there yet, but I love hearing about kid’s sense of logic. The interesting ways in which they explain the world can be so funny.
    And I’m definitely sending those someecards to my pregnant BFF. 🙂

  8. Dana says:

    My favorite part is listening to the kids laugh. They find the strangest things funny, and their laughter is infectious. No matter what kind of mood I’m in, I always feel better when I hear their giggles. 🙂

  9. Sophia Richardson says:

    All those jokes are exactly the reason I’m not having kids. I like my me time, and having money, and not caring for someone else 24/7! If I ever find myself in dire need of little people, I’ll just borrow a friend’s kid and win brownie points with the parents at the same time 😉

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