“What Makes Mom Awesome?” | Mother’s Day 2011

So, I asked my kids “What makes your mom awesome?”

Many times, I think what makes me an awesome mom might be:

  • Making money for the family
  • Making sure they have the latest clothes/ toys
  • Taking them to activities (ie. Dance Class, Summer Camps, etc.)
  • Keeping a clean, organized house (#fail)

These things are all very good.  But mostly, they’re superficial.

Asking my children what makes them feel loved is so important, because it brings me back to the most important things.  The essence of being a mom.  And I think my kids were hungry when we made this, because most of the answers involve food!

What do you kids say makes you AWESOME?

One of my favorite print companies, Tiny Prints has some beautiful, funny, inspiring, and classic Mother’s Day Cards! I think a photo card is an awesome Mother’s Day Gift, and will be a treasured keepsake!


Tiny Prints provides simple, modern and unique stationery from Father’s Day Cards to personalized greeting cards to thank you cards, business cards, and even custom wedding invitations or photo birth announcements. Offering exclusive designs from the nation’s top designers, easy card personalization, a powerful preview engine and top-notch customer service and paper quality, their designs have been lauded by numerous television networks, publications and celebrities. With Tiny Prints by your side commemorating every holiday and momentous occasion is a cinch! They offer perfect party invitations for every occasion and memorable personalized photo-gifts like notebooksphoto books and calendars to commemorate the event.

Disclosure: I was compensated by Tiny Prints, through Global Influence for my time to create this post and feature their Mother’s Day products.  I am receiving a Gift Certificate with which I am buying a photo book with all our Disney Social Media Moms photos!  Yippee!

About Sarah Pinnix

I'm a mom, blogger, vlogger, libertarian. I love Jesus, and my husband, too. Social Media Strategist for a Non-Profit (All statements here are solely my own)


  1. Stacey @ Tree, Root, and Twig
    Twitter: StaceyNerdin

    Super cute! When I did mine, I was surprised by a really deep video my 12yo took of herself answering this question. It made me cry! Sometimes it’s worth asking this question. 🙂


    Twitter: reallifesarah

    How awesome! I’m going to go look for it!


  2. Jendi
    Twitter: jendisjournal

    Fun stuff! Food is important, isn’t it?
    I think the middle one looks the most like you – do you hear that a lot?


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