The Eye Opening Truth About Mom’s and Why God made Them

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 I received this email that Doris Lucero sent out and it needs to be shared… I believe.

Here are 12 questions that 2nd graders were asked when it comes too…


Why did God Make Mothers?


  1. She’s the only one who knows where the scotch tape is.
  2. Mostly to clean the house.
  3. To help us out of there when we were getting born.


How did God make mothers?


  1. He used dirt, just like for the rest of us.
  2. Magic plus super powers and a lot of stirring.
  3. God made my mom just the same like he made me.  He just used bigger parts.

What ingredients are mothers made of?

1. God makes mothers out of clouds and angel hair and everything nice in the world and one  dab of mean.
2.  They had to get their start from men’s bones.  Then they mostly use string, I think.

Why did God give you your mother and not some other mom?

1. We’re related.
2.  God knew she likes me a lot more than other people’s mom like me.

What kind of a little girl was your mom?

1.  My mom has always been my mom and none of that other stuff.
2.  I don’t know because I wasn’t there, but my guess would be pretty bossy.
3.  They say she used to be nice.

What did mom need to know about dad before she married him?

1.  His last name.
2.  She had to know his background.  Like is he a crook?  Does he get drunk on beer?
3.  Does he make at least $800 a year?  Did he say NO to drugs and YES to chores?

Why did your mom marry your dad?

1.  My dad makes the best spaghetti in the world.  And my mom eats a lot.
2.  She got too old to do anything else with him.
3.  My grandma says that mom didn’t have her thinking cap on.

Who’s the boss at your house?

1.  Mom doesn’t want to be boss, but she has to because dad’s such a goof ball.
2.  Mom.  You can tell by room inspection.  She sees the stuff under the bed.
3.  I guess mom is, but only because she has a lot more to do than dad.

What’s the difference between moms and dads?

1.  Moms work at work and work at home and dads just go to work at work.
2.  Moms know how to talk to teachers without scaring them.
3.  Dads are taller and stronger, but moms have all the real power ‘cause that’s who you got to ask if you want to sleep over at your friends.
4.  Moms have magic, they make you feel better without medicine.

What does your mom do in her spare time?

1.  Mothers don’t do spare time.
2.  To hear her tell it, she pays bills all day long.

What would it take to make your mom perfect?

1.  On the inside she’s already perfect.  Outside, I think some kind of plastic surgery.
2.  Diet.  You know her hair.  I’d dye, maybe blue.

If you could change one thing about your mom, what would it be?

1.  She has this weird thing about me keeping my room clean.  I’d get rid of that.
2.  I’d make my mom smarter.  Then she would know it was my sister who did it not me.
3.  I would like for her to get rid of those invisible eyes on the back of her head.

What is this telling us when it comes to mothers and how kids see us?

  • Mom’s keep things clean
  • Mom’s have super powers in the eyes of kids, not to mention the eyes in the back of our heads.
  • We are made out of very nice things, with just a dab of mean, (that’s only for when it is necessary, because of bad behavior).
  • Our kids know that we like them a lot.
  • Moms were never kids themselves; if they were they were bossy.
  • When picking their dads it was about not drinking, not using of any drugs and a law abiding citizen.  And those of us that ended up in a divorce I guess it’s like grandma said, “We didn’t have our thinking cap on.”
  • Mom’s are usually the boss is the way kids are seeing.

What does that tell you dad?  LOL    Time to step up a little!

Yes, dads are usually taller and strong; let’s give that to them ladies.

Maybe we moms have the real power because we are working 24/7 as the kids see it.  After all we know how to use our magic when needed.

Ok, so we need to fix ourselves up a little more.  But hey, when you are working 24/7 what do you expect.  However I will opt-out for the blue hair.

Moms it sounds like we are doing pretty good…

Other than maybe we better lay off the room cleaning a little.

(Instead of yelling about the room cleaning, just go to Target and buy some rubber spiders and put them under the bed, and when the kid screams, let them know that is what collects under the bed when you don’t clean.)

And remember sometimes it is there sister that really did do it.

As for the eyes in the back of the head…Don’t give them up, they are going to always be needed.

So, inclusion what is you take on moms, how did you see your own mother?





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  1. This is hilarious but so true. I hope I do not have to answer those questions. LOL
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    • Glad you liked them Raymond. you never know what kids are going to say or come up with. What would your answers be to these question now that you are a grown man? Could be interesting.
      You have a good day and thanks for sharing.

  2. I don’t know if this is real (genuine kids’ answers) but it made me smile a few times. I especially liked the answer to, ‘What was your mum like as a little girl?’ – “They say she used to be nice”.
    This just wraps it up. Sometimes – as mums – we need to maintain a sense of fun. I think we become too serious after time. I guess life and responsibilities can do that to you.
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    • Hi Anne,
      Yes, sometimes as a parent we can get to serious about things. I remember one time when my girls were little. I was going to scrub the floor in the kitchen. They were sitting at the table having a snack with juice. I looked at them and say, “If you are going to spill something, do it now before I clean the floor.”
      My 3 year old picked up her glass and turned it upside down, spilling the juice all over. I just stood there and laughed. What could I say, I told her to do it before I cleaned.
      When i was little I had trouble thinking my mum was a little girl at one time. I can understand there thinking on this one.
      Thanks Anne for sharing your thoughts and have a great day.

  3. That’s the thing you cannot take away from kids…they will always tell the truth when talking about their mum/dad.

    Great share Debbie.

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    • Boy, isn’t that the truth Andrew. Kids honesty is great. They tell it like they see it. maybe this would be a better world if we as adults took lessons from them.
      Well, may not.
      Thanks Andrew and have a great afternoon.

  4. Hi Debbie,

    I think these questions were rather sweet and so were the answers that these kids gave 🙂

    I think God made moms because he couldn’t be everywhere and I honestly do believe that. There is just NO replacement for a Mom and all that she does – none at all. I miss my Mom and I know there’s so much she would have done, had she been there. I just hope and pray more kids would value their Moms and love them dearly. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week ahead 🙂
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    • Hi Harleena,
      You are right on that Harleena. It is hard to replace a Mom. I do understand the missing of your mom, because I to miss mine. Some days I look at her picture and talk to her.
      I do worry about the way some kids are being raised if they will grow up to appreciate and value there mothers.
      Let us all pray that they do.
      Thank you for sharing and you also have a nice week.

  5. Dear Debbie –

    This is hilarious.

    I plead guilty to almost all of these.
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  6. Hi Corinne,
    Thanks for your honesty Corinne. I am guilty of them too. The worsted is not having my thinking cap on when I married the girls father. Guess that is ok though, they wouldn’t be who they are if I had been thinking. Some mistakes turn out to be good ones, right?
    Glad that you enjoyed the post and have a great day.

  7. It’s a funny list! I love the honesty of kids and they say it as they see it or as other’s have told them to.
    I’m sure you have one about Dad’s up your sleeve too.
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  8. Great post Debbie, I got a good chuckle from many of the answers. I especially like the 3rd eye!! Ha ha, I used that one a lot when my kids were young.

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  9. Thanks Anne. I know what you mean I used that one a lot too. Now I always let the grand kids know that I still have eyes in the back of my head. Works on them too. I do warn them that their moms also have those eyes. Sometimes you have to do what you have to do to survive parenthood.
    Thanks for stopping in and have a great day.
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  10. I guess God just wanted a copy of herself so she’d not be alone finding out what’s wrong with them :-]]

  11. This brought a smile to my face. But on a serious note, I often think women generally put the rest of their family first, which means they have little self worth. I work with so many women in this situation, and so often they feel like door mats.

  12. Hi Wendy,
    I can understand how some women could feel like door mates, but when it came to me being someones mother I enjoyed every minute of it. (Ok maybe there were times, not so much.)
    It made me feel and still does, that it is wonderful to guide these little people and watch what life does hold for them in the future.
    It was my job to put them first, but at the same time I knew I had to take care of myself, so I could be the best I could be for them.
    To me parenting is all in the attitude.
    Thanks Wendy for sharing this info it does give me incite when it comes to others.
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  13. Fabulous post. I don’t have children but love their honest ways. I just love the say it as it is style. Itis also very me. Perhaps I am still a kid a heart! Thanks for the post.
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