This post is sponsored by the theatrical release of Mother’s Day, in theaters Friday. All thoughts are my own.
Being a mother is one of the most exhausting yet rewarding jobs in the entire universe. Many times mothering children is like an out-of-body experience – particularly during those younger years when you are low on sleep and high on stress, literally mustering up any last bit of energy you possess in order to make it through the days. On days like that, you wonder how you’ll do it.
How you can possibly survive another 24 hours of caring for this precious little person while still maintaining your sanity? And then… there are those other days where it’s the complete opposite. The days where your heart fills with so much love and pride that it feels like you might burst. The days where you want to freeze time and keep them little forever, never outgrowing your arms or your lap. The days where you realize that life is moving much faster than you expected, and in the blink of an eye they’ll be gone… off into the real world to tackle life on their own!
It’s moments like those that really define motherhood. Those little moments that stick close to your heart. It’s receiving an expensive gift on Mother’s Day, but looking back years later and only being able to remember the cute little painting you received made up of the careful handprint of a tiny little person. Those are best!
If this hits close to home for you then you’ll want to be sure to check out the movie Mother’s Day, hitting theaters Friday. (Grab your tickets through Fandango now, before they sell out). This new star-studded ensemble comedy is about the day that connects us all. It’s a big-hearted comedy celebrating moms everywhere! Grab a fellow mother, a friend, or your own Mom, and start making your Friday night plans!
COME CELEBRATE THE MOTHER OF ALL HOLIDAYS. See #MothersDayMovie in theaters Friday, starring Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts & Jason Sudekis! http://www.fandango.com/mothersday_189436/movietimes