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We Love Our Moms And Here’s Why… How About You?

She may have taught you how to count, how to share your toys, and how to brush your teeth.

And although each of our family dynamics vary greatly, one thing is certain… There’s really no way that we can adequately pay back our moms for the gift of life.

Mother’s Day Is A Chance To Say, “Thanks, Mom”

We’d like to add our voices to the chorus and share an expression of thanks to each of our moms. We’d love to hear YOURS too!

From Our Team

We asked each team member to share a thought or favorite memory about their own mom:

From Dr. Montgomery:

“I always thought my mom had eyes in the back of her head!”

From Heidi:

“My mom gave me her love of travel and trying new things. I was also lucky enough to have the best mother-in-law in the world.”

From Kylee:

“My mom taught me how to sew.”

From Misty:

“As an adult, my mom helped in teaching me how to take care of my own children.”

From Linda:

“My mother, my best friend, was the most amazing, fun loving woman I have ever known. I do miss her, in my heart forever.”

From Donna:

“My mother taught me to be the woman I am today.”

From Theresa:

“My mom taught me what it feels like to loved for who I am.”

Think About Your Own Mom As You Watch:

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Please Share A Thought About YOUR Mom With Us!

How about you? Please share a thought about your mom with us in the comment section below. And you are always welcome to share a thought with us on our Facebook page.

Thanks for being our valued patient and friend. We appreciate you.

Top image by Flickr user David J Laporte used under Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 4.0 license. Image cropped and modified from original.