I had a great Mother's Day. My MIL had to work and my own mommy dearest was in DC for work. I was sad, but also enjoyed being the star mother of the day, so to speak! I did cook my own dinner, but I wanted to. Just a crock-pot roast and the goods. Boston made me darling stuff at school and church and in his primary class I got to participate in a fun game where 3 moms, one being me, stood behind a curtain and the kids asked questions assigned. Boston got to ask me a question, it was how tall are you? I said I was "five eight" not sure he even knows what that means, but whatever. And then I was asked a few other questions from other kids. At one point I heard Boston say "My mom is not up there!" Another child actually guessed it was me. The other 2 moms with me had their own children guess them right! But Boston was so surprised and they had him come up to the front and he gave me the biggest hug and would not let go! He was so sweet, it was fun. As I was going to bed I found a hand made card from Aaron (I told him to not give me a gift because I didn't want to spend money) It was so sweet! The front he drew stick figures of him, me and the boys and it said: "Who Has the Bestest Family?" you open it: "We Do! We Do! All thanks to you! Thanks mom you're the bestest Love Aarink (his dad calls him that) Thanks for being a great Mom. If you ever doubt that just look how awesome the boys are, all because of your great mothering. Yes please! (that is an inside joke) Love ya"
I love Rhonna Farrer