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Cara Mama - Happy Mother's Day!

Cara Mama,

Happy Mother's Day to you and all moms everywhere! I'm sorry that I slept so poorly last night and am not feeling well today. But at least I'm cuddly when I don't feel good! Thank you and Daddy for being up with me most of the night. I hope I sleep better tonight, because I'm tired and want to sleep too!

Ti amo,


limboland la la said…
whoa. thanks for reminding me. have a good one sweety. :) :) :)
Karen said…
Happy Mother's Day! Glad you were able to enjoy yesterday.
I'm Not Skippy said…
¡Happy Mother's Day!
Cloud said…
I hope you had a good Mother's Day. We were up a lot last night, too (fever). But Pumpkin was happy as could be today, and Hubby let me go back to bed and sleep in a bit this morning... so my Mother's Day was good.
Kari & Kijsa said…
Happy Mother's Day! Hope you had a wonderful day with your family.

kari & kijsa
paola said…
My son prepared a card for me at kinder and I gave my husband explicit instructions that on MD, he had to take it out of the drawer I had put it in, give it to Noah who was to hand it to me that morning when he woke up(preferably while I was still in bed so he could give me a MD snuggle as well). All went out the window as no one even remembered it was MD, let alone the card, until that evening when we saw it was MD on the news. Neither my MIL nor mum got a MD hug/call, either.

Apparently (according to my ID on said MD card) my favourtie hobby is driving tractors.
Colleen said…
Hope you had a nice Mother's Day...sorry the little one was getting molars...those are some viscious motrin-resistant teeth, although when we'd administer motrin, we'd also administer some teething tablets...they seemed to take the edge off until the motrin kicked in. Hope she's feeling better.

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