BEST MOM EVERy now and then. This funny mug makes a great gift for Mother’s Day, Christmas, birthday or anytime.
Whether you're drinking your morning coffee, evening tea, or something in between – this mug's for you! It's sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that'll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.
• 11 oz mug dimensions: 3.85″ (9.8 cm) in height, 3.35″ (8.5 cm) in diameter
• 15 oz mug dimensions: 4.7″ (12 cm) in height, 3.35″ (8.5 cm) in diameter
• Dishwasher and microwave safe
Here are some funny mom stories:
"I grabbed what I thought was a V8 Fusion out of the fridge and put it in my son's lunch bag. It turned out to be a Shock Top BEER... I thought he was getting his veggies — not so much." Jenna S.
"Almost immediately after taking the all-important first photo at Grandma’s house, the unexpected happened... I was holding Thomas when I heard the grunt and then felt the explosion. "Somehow the poo hit his diaper with such force it shot up his back. A big brown, smelly stain was soaking through his shirt. In disbelief, I looked at my mom with desperation. Where was I going to bathe him? The sink was too small and the bathtub was too big for a 3-month old. We hadn’t had time to buy a baby bathtub yet. For goodness' sake, we had just landed! The timing was impeccable. "Laughing hysterically, my mom rushed to the garage and emerged with a large turkey roasting pan. Oh my, we were about to bathe my precious baby boy in a pan reserved for holiday fowl. It was 'foul,' all right. To keep him from slipping and sliding, I wrapped the pan in a bath towel and filled it with water. I could see the confusion on Thomas' face. It's like he was saying, 'Seriously Mom, have you lost your mind?!'" Betty Nguyen
"'Mom! The Tooth Fairy didn't come!' my son cried. My mind started racing... How do I respond?
"Excuses began to tumble around in my head:
"'She must have heard you waking up and had to leave before you saw her.'
"'She must have not received the message that you lost your tooth yet.'
"'I forgot to turn the night light on, so she couldn't see.'
"'She ran out of Fairy Dust, so she couldn't fly.'
"But instead, I said, 'That's crazy! I am sure she came. Go look again.'
"I knew that I had a dollar in my bedside table and grabbed it quickly once he wasn't looking. I followed him into his room and started looking through his bed. With the dollar bill already palmed, I pretended to find it between the headboard and the mattress. Triumphant, I showed him the dollar and said, 'Here it is! You must have knocked it down here during the night and you didn't see it!'" Jillian Darlington
"When the twins were 2 years old, we had one week where they ate our dog's food, the babysitter's cat's food, and then I turned my back to get my camera out at a farm birthday party and they were both crunching down on goat food! That was just one week." Rebecca Benz
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