Mother’s Day Comic

Mother’s Day Comic

Moms do so much, like remember everything and nothing at the same time. How? Because they’re moms. We also know that we (your children) drive you to this crazy, forgetful state of mind. So on Mother’s Day and every other day, we say “thank you.”

Thank you for remembering where you last saw our left shoe even though you can’t find your keys. Thank you for frantically looking for your phone when you hear our ringtone. Thank you for not slapping us when we laughed at you for “losing” your glasses on your head (because you know it won’t be long until we’re doing the same thing). And thank you for not breaking down in the middle of the store when you thought you lost us when we were only one aisle over gawking at a toy.

We know you didn’t forget us. We haven’t forgot you either. Happy Mother’s Day!

Mother's Day Comic 2016

Thanks for… “Where are my keys?”

…not forgetting us… “Where on earth is my phone?”

…like you did… “Where did I put my glasses?”

…well… “Where did you–?”

…we understand. “I thought I lost you! Never do that again, baby!”

Happy Mother’s Day! Thanks, Mom.

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