Saturday, May 10, 2008

Mother's Day Gifts

Mother's Day, for me, began earlier this week when the kids started bringing home things that they had made for me at school. Elijah brought home a necklace made out of a jar lid, and several construction paper Mother's Day cards and a magnetic picture frame adorned with tissue paper flowers complete with a picture of him. Kaleb, not to be out done, began to come up with presents of his own. Several colored pictures and a saxophone concert later, on the day before the actual holiday, he presented me with this lovely chart explaining me. It's so sweet and creative, but I asked him "Only ten percent caring?" "Oh, Mom," he replied, "You're more caring than that, but I had to make it all fit. You know I can't have more than 100%!"
At least I'm raising a child that knows his math!

6 comments:

amy stanfield said...

That is the cutest chart I've ever seen...I love the part about 10% diceplen!! What sweeties- I bet you feel special. ;)

Vailmama said...

Happy Mother's Day!

Courtney said...

Cute! What sweet and great kids you have!

Cole said...

At least you're 20% cool! That's so cute and a keeper for sure!

Rhondi said...

OMG, that is the most darling chart I've ever seen. You have to keep that so you can show it to him when he has kids of his own!
xoxo

Carrie, The Modern Housewife said...

that's so cute.