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Mother's Day 2016

My sweet girl made this card for me for Mother's Day and of course I have to share. :-)

To make it easier, I'll add what she wrote under each picture (complete with fixed spelling and commentary :-D).

I love you


All About My Mom
Her name is Jennifer
She is 45 years old (thanks McKayla, make me older LOL)
She weighs 160 pounds (I could handle this and it's not that far off LOL)
Her hair is brown
Her eyes are blue

Her Favorite Things
Color: Pink and Purple
(notice how the whole book is done in my favorite colors?)
Food: veggie link
Drink: grape fanta
Movie: Hotel Transylvania 1 and 2
Song: Why Do You Have To Be So Rude
TV Show: Scrubs
Book: Chapter books and Scooby-Doo Books

My mom is special because:
She is pretty and nice and kind and lovely and beautiful to me.

I love it when my mom:
Loves me and hugs me and kisses me and cuddles with me.
(She even drew us doing each thing <3 )

To relax my mom likes to:
Cuddle with me.

I wish I could buy my mom:
a little puppy dog.
(she knows her momma LOL)

It bugs my mom when:
I interrupt her on the phone.
(complete with illustration LOL)

When my mom is driving she:
Sings to the radio and she sneezes.
(didn't realize I sneezed enough to make it noteworthy LOL maybe b/c I mention how much I HATE sneezing while driving haha)

My mom always says,

When my mom is at work she:
Cooks dinner at her apartment.
(I do home health care and one of my tasks is fixing food for my clients.)

My mom is really good at:
doing laundry.

I like to help my mom with:

My mom's favorite song is:
Let It Go
(Only b/c I've heard it so much, it gets stuck in my head LOL)
She sings like a:
Bird and a princess.

About the Author
My name is McKayla
I am a girl.
I am in first grade.
I am a good girl.

Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers out there! Whether you have 2 legged or 4 legged kids. I hope your day is full of love, light and laughter.


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