Or not, but at least share some of the best motherly advice ever…
My mom always told me “It’s not how much money you make, it’s how you spend it.”
Of course she was usually telling me this while we were searching through the sales rack at the local department store while I eyed the latest fashions at regular price.
My friend’s mom always told her to eat dessert first – okay maybe that was Seinfeld, but I wish it was advice moms could give without feeling like terrible moms.
The best motherly advice I ever gave, in my opinion, is “If you forget to pack it, buy it when you get there.”
This is great advice, especially if you want a stunning collection of cheap strollers…
or if you want your husband to do all the packing because he doesn’t appreciate your stunning collection of cheap strollers.
Cherub says the best advice I ever gave him was “Do your best, forget the rest.”
Yes, I am the origin of that quote – or I stole it from Reverend Run. But it was still good advice which came out of my mouth and directed at my cherub, so technically it is motherly advice – especially since I’m making up the rules here.
Hubby says the best advice his mom ever gave him was to marry me.
Yes, he has ulterior motives.
Good advice should be shared, but only when sought -
unless you’re in the company of a mom, then it’s part of the job, so feel free to share it.
This week I will share some great mother advice.