My husband asked me what I wanted for Mother’s Day this year.
As a mom, all I really want is to be appreciated and spend a wonderful day with my family.
Too cheesy? But it’s true.
I absolutely adore the homemade cards the kids bring home from school, and we will undoubtedly pull out photos from when I became a mom as well as old pictures of me and my mom.
This photo is of me and my mom dressed up for my high school graduation.
I remember shopping for this dress with my mom and feeling like such a grown up.
I even remember the necklace I was wearing, which had Xs and Os to represent kisses and hugs from my folks.
Aren’t we just the 80s glamour girls?
One thing I always loved about my mom is she believes in presenting her best self.
I have to admit, now that I’m a mom, I’m not sure how she did it.
I can barely find time to put on pants some mornings.
Here’s the day I officially became a mom.
Not looking so 80s glamorous here but still feeling like a million bucks. Good grief I look ridiculously young here.
34 years young, that is!