Shopping for Mom can be stressful. She's the woman who brought you into the world, who cleaned your face with her own spit when you were little, who asked you on a daily basis if you were raised in a barn (and did so lovingly)
We would say this impressive, but it seems more appropriate to say this kid is the uber-little brother. Breaking into his sister's room? Check. Stealing her stuff? Check. Doing it in a manner that makes it hard to prove it was him? Check.
As the 2012 presidential race continues to heat up, voters are paying close attention to all the candidates (we’re hoping), even how they react to Mother’s Day. To celebrate moms everywhere (and in an effort to snag your future votes), President Barack Obama and presidential candidate Mitt Romney both released video tributes to honor the most important women in their lives.
I'd like to just take a quick moment and let all of our KISS listeners know just how great my mother is. Raising one kid is hard, she was tough enough to successfully raise 6 (and I suspect she had a hand in making sure my dad grew up too)
Whether you’ve already splurged on mom or are panicking at the last minute to find an easy way to show your appreciation for all she does, have no fear. The Internet is here to save the day with online Mother’s Day cards.
Mother's Day is a great time to reflect on all the stellar advice your mother has given you over the years. Moms just seem to have a knack for sharing memorable words of wisdom. So we asked our listeners what the best piece of advice their mother ever gave them was.
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