This week, we are going to do our weekly discussion a little different. Humor is very important for Moms to remain sane…So, what better way to make our hearts happy than to share some funny Mom moments with each other…and maybe even win a little something! ;)
Share a Funny (LOL) MOM Moment, Event, Experience…
I have so many funny moments as a Mom. Most of them occur on a daily basis and range from not remembering my children’s names, laughing mid scolding, etc. The humorous moments we have with our kids are priceless and worth sharing. Two of my funnies can be found at the links below…
OK, how about you? What some of YOUR funny Mom moments??
What could you win for sharing???
I will pick two winners. Grand prize and honorable mention. Winner will be chosen based on whether or not they made me laugh out loud, originality, grammar, and overall funniness. I will judge with two other Moms of Faith.
$20 gift card (Target OR Walmart)
Book: Mom Needs Chocolate
Their story featured on Moms of Faith.
Book: Joy for the Journey
HOW TO ENTER…
You can do it one of two ways.However, BOTH ways require a comment with VALID email.
1. Post your story in a comment below.
2. Or even better, post an ORIGINAL blog post about the story with a LINK to Moms of Faith HOME page AND this post. YOU MUST post a link to the the blog post in a comment below. Note: This second option can earn you extra points in the event we are torn between stories!
IMPORTANT!! –> We MUST have at LEAST 10 VALID entries for this contest to happen. If we do not have at least 10, no prizes will be given.
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Heather Osborne says
One spring day, my son was having a special day at his school. First he had a presentation, family math activities, then lunch would follow about an hour later. Since his Nana lives about 2 hours away, we agreed that she would come early for the presentation and that I would bring lunch for everyone during his luch period. I went and got everyone hamburgers, fries, and chocolate milk shakes. I struggled to get my 4 year old, 6 month old, food and 4 drinks out of the car into the school. Then I sat at the table that you sit at when eat with your child.Then my son asks me why I didn’t get McDonalds. I told him I thought he would rather have Braums because he loves milkshakes.He says your right mom. Then he goes,”Nana Mom makes the best milkshakes at home” and then he preceeded to explain how we make chocolate milkshakes. Now remember we are surrounded by other parents and grandparents eatting with their children.Then he goes loudly,”And if we ever run out of milk, Mom can just squirt squirt (and he is acting like he is squirting milk )milk out of her boobs. All at once I could feel my neck, then ears and head getting red from embarassment and my mother was laughing so hard she was crying!
Courtney Lyda says
Funny Mom Moment..
While at my mother’s house I let my 14 month old son play through out the house with some watching. My husband loves to know where my son is at all times just to make sure he is okay and not eating anything he shouldn’t.
So while my husband was at work and my son and I were at my mother’s I let him play (with some watching). I had been in the kitchen and he had been in a bedroom and I noticed it had gotten very quiet. As any mother knows that means trouble, the quieter they are the more trouble they are getting into. So I took off to see what he has in his mouth, what is he touching, is he digging in his diaper, or maybe he’s putting something in the toilet. None of these I found in fact I couldn’t find him ANYWHERE! My mom and I search top to bottom and by the time I couldn’t find him I PANICKED. I mean running around the house like a mad shopper on Black Friday looking for the deal I’ve seen in the paper! So I am ripping even the smallest things up that I know he can not fit under for example the couch pillow…I mean come on lady! So finally I tell my mother to just be still and lets call to him. So I yell out his name and I hear a small voice..I call out his name again and track it to the room he was playing in…once I get into the bedroom I see the cutest littlest fingers sticking out from underneath the closet door…I looked under the couch pillow for goodness sacks why in the world wouldn’t I open the stinkin closet door..So I opened it picked that sweet little boy up and we both promised not to tell Daddy:)
Katie @ Imperfect People says
My three year old trying to convince me she can drive now because she ate all her supper and she is big and strong.