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Real Mama: Sandy Tebow

Real Mama: Sandy Tebow

There is a lot I could say about this mama, since she’s MY mama, but I’ll try to keep it short. When I was a teenager and I overheard other mamas commenting about how my siblings and I were all such good kids, my mom always said it was because of good genes. Sure, they [...]

Mother’s Day: The Best Parts of Being a Mama

Mother’s Day: The Best Parts of Being a Mama

Each week we will ask our mamas a question from our readers that pertains to babies, toddlers or parenting. Make sure to check back each Tuesday to see their responses! Do you have a question you’d like to ask the mamas? If so, send us an email with your question to askthemamas@mamasaywhat.com. Mama Say What?! [...]

Mother’s Day Letters: Sam’s Mama

Mother’s Day Letters: Sam’s Mama

Dear Mama, Words can’t express the feelings I have about our relationship. I’ve always looked at you as a friend. You’re always there for me, supporting me and comforting me in times of need. You’re a shoulder to cry on, and a friend to laugh and joke with. You’ve taught me the importance of being [...]

Mother’s Day Letters: Betty’s Daughters

Mother’s Day Letters: Betty’s Daughters

Dear Briana and Kailey, I remember bringing Briana home from her birth and bursting into tears because I had NO earthly idea how to care for a baby, and worried I would kill this precious baby due to ignorance. There was no means to search for infinite answers on the internet as can be done [...]

Mother’s Day Letters: Sue to Kate

Mother’s Day Letters: Sue to Kate

Dear Katie, Mother’s Day Letters: Sue to Kate I wrote this poem about you when you were 4 years old: Humming Girl Humming Girl— so busy. You take my whole heart and spin it in messy circles, leaving parts of your daydreams strung out for me to pick up and piece together. I see your eyes [...]

Mother’s Day Letter to My Daughter, Alex

Mother’s Day Letter to My Daughter, Alex

Alex, I love the fact that I have such a great relationship with all of my adult children. Each one of you has a unique personality and a different way of viewing life. And you all seem to enjoy hanging out with your dear old mama and papa. I feel it is important to remember [...]