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They rarely refuse to take their kids to the emergency room.

She understands that you’re not ready to quit sucking your thumb.

She understands that you can’t give up your blankie yet.

It’s not cheating if she helps you write your paper.

Only mothers can get all the socks organized.

Mary must have been a pretty great mother to Jesus.

When you’ve moved away, she’ll send you newspaper clippings about your friends who stayed at home.

Mom still uses that spoon rest you made in pottery class.

She went without a new winter coat for eleven years.

She cares, really cares, if you wipe your feet before you come in.

SOURCE: Lisa Birnbach, Ann Hodgman, Patricia Marx. 1003 Great Things about Moms. Andrews McMeel Publishing, Kansas City, 2002.

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