Happy Mother’s Day

So, when a kid is a year or two old, someone helps him or her with a present for mom on mother’s day. The mom will get a card with a fake signature from the kid. Nothing is wrong with this, it is a way to try to engage the child and teach him or her.

What do you do when the child is a teenage and unable to do it? Doesn’t it just exemplify the fact that the child cannot say "Happy Mother’s Day"? Personally, all Father’s day does is remind me that my kid cannot express anything.

Doesn’t really matter this year, my daughter’s mom is out of town and out of touch anyway. My daughter and I will "skype" with my mom for Mother’s day. That works. I guess.

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