Sunday, May 11, 2008

My Special Mother

My Special Mother

My mother is the most wonderful mom in the whole world.
She's as pretty as a mommy.
She weighs gigantic pounds and she's 10 feet tall.
Her favorite food is broccoli.

In the good old days when mom was little, she used to be a baby.
I think mom looks funny when she laughs.
I wish mom would play a game with me everyday.
I wouldn't trade my mom for broccoli.

(a friend sent this to us and we thought we'd try it on Chloe - she had to fill in all the italic words - kind of like a Mad Lib. Can you tell what her favorite thing is??!!)

Happy Mother's Day to you all!

8 comments:

that girl said...

that was adorable! Have a great Mother's Day...

thorvet said...

That was great! Love it.
I love Mad Libs. It was a great way to teach Peter what nouns, adjectives and such were. By the way, Peter also loves broccoli. However, he likes to gross us out by putting chocolate syrup on it. Ick!

Teresa

amy said...

what a cool post, thanks!

Kristi said...

Happy Mother's Day to you! Funny I do not recall you being quite so tall!

Anonymous said...

that was cool
i loved it
from
Amber Drilling (on sharon's side)

nikki said...

I thought that was cute too - tried it on Lily, but she answered mostly with big shrugs! Oh well!

Hope you had a fabulous Mother's Day eating lots of broccoli!

Denise C said...

OH how cute!!! Only you would have the cutest Mother's Day Post of all!!! I loved this!
Thanks for the smiles....I hope you had tons of them today as you celebrated Mommy's Day with your precious babies!
Love,
Denise

GWEN OATSVALL said...

Elijah did the same one ... He wouldn't trade me for even a DOG and CAT ... I must be doing something right .... love ya girl ..

When you are harvesting your crops and forget to bring in a bundle of grain from your field, don't go back to get it. Leave it for the foreigners, orphans and widows. Then the LORD your God will bless you in all you do.
~Deuteronomy 24:19

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