Your kids will giggle and Mom will laugh and enjoy this FREE Mother’s Day Mad Libs printable.
In my house, if it weren’t for the teachers at school, many a Mother’s Day would be forgotten and dismal. I love the fun poems, pictures and artwork my kiddos have made for me in the past. As my eldest is now in Middle School, the Mother’s Day projects aren’t part of his curriculum. Needless to say, my Professor needs some prodding, but his excuse for forgetting is that he is a self-absorbed tween. Sigh.
Before my kids were of school age, the hubby was a sad role model on Mother’s Day. And since my Father’s Day Mad Libs and my Father’s Day Worksheet have been a big hit on the blog, I was asked to make a Free Mother’s Day Mad Libs.
And here it is.
My kids love Mad Libs. It’s one of those quirky games that can make a grown adult giggle like 4-year old. All three gave this one their stamp of approval. And my sarcastic Professor sniggered that lots of it seemed “all too familiar.”
Ah, the joys of Motherhood.
Remember, this year Mother’s Day is May 12, 2019 and Father’s Day is June 16, 2019.
And if you need some great brunch recipes to serve Mom in bed, try some of these favorites:
Whether you are making these for brunch for a crowd or a small family breakfast, these Baked French Toast Cups are simple to prepare and fun to eat.
Packed with fiber and studded with chocolate chips, you and your kids will be too busy devouring these tasty whole wheat chocolate chip waffles that they won’t notice the healthy stuff packed inside!
Looking for more savory brunch recipes? Small touches can take your average breakfast sandwich from “blah” to “holy cow!” Follow these great tips so you can build the ultimate breakfast sandwich.
If Mom wants something lower in carbs for breakfast this terrific portobello and asparagus quiche is gluten-free and paleo-friendly, using a meaty portobello mushroom as the quiche crust.
Tired of the usual mimosas? A new twist on a classic drink this muddled Cherry Tomato Bloody Mary is perfect for those garden tomatoes. A splash of olive oil gives it extra flavor.