These tweets have been written by moms themselves and for this reason, they are sure to make you laugh.
Mothers hold a special place in our hearts. They are the ones who selflessly care for us, support us through life's challenges, and nurture us with unconditional love. Mother's Day provides an opportunity to acknowledge their immeasurable contributions and to celebrate the extraordinary individuals they are. It is not only a time for flowers, cards and chocolates but also for the celebration of the special bond we share with our mothers. However, in the era of social media, this celebration takes a unique form through honest and amusing tweets written by mothers themselves.
These 25 tweets offer a delightful blend of laughter and contemplation, shedding light on their genuine desires for Mother's Day gifts. Ranging from a well-deserved break and a memorable vacation to thoughtful presents, these tweets provide insights into what mothers truly desire and what they certainly do not want on this occasion.
Telling a mom to relax while her family does everything on Mother’s Day is like telling a pilot to relax while the passengers fly the plane.— SpacedMom (@copymama) May 14, 2017
PSA: your wife doesn’t want a mother’s day gift she wants you to take the kids and gtfo— nika (@nikalamity) May 1, 2023
Yesterday I explained Mother’s Day to our toddler and this morning he burst into our room singing happy birthday and gave her a cup of cat treats.— The Dad (@thedad) May 9, 2021
My mom said if we are gonna post her then POST HER 😂 pic.twitter.com/TBQnTx1fy1— Jordan💭 (@jaytheghostt) May 9, 2021
Moms generally orcastrate all the holidays and birthdays and family vacations. When you ask what Mom wants/wants to do for Mother's Day you're asking her, again, to shoulder the mental load of planning yet another occasion.— Feleciia (@by__feleciia) May 8, 2023
I'm at my most Disney Princess when I wake up on Mother's Day morning and have been magically transformed into the Best Mommy Ever-- but at the stroke of midnight, the spell is broken, turning me back into the Meanest Mommy Ever, where everything's my fault and I can't pee alone.— Jenny (@FierceEverAfter) May 10, 2018
All I want for Mother’s Day is to sleep for 9 straight hours, wake up to the sound of coffee brewing and then have my husband say things like, “I’m gonna entertain the kids all day so you can sit on the couch in your pjs and buy your Mother’s Day gift in peace!”— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) May 2, 2020
I'm not sure what my husband is planning on doing for me on Mother's Day but I hope it's laundry.— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) May 2, 2020
Young mom: I hope he plans something nice for Mother’s Day.— Ramblin Mama (@ramblinma) April 23, 2022
Experienced mom: I booked my hotel room for Saturday night and will be back late Sunday.
Dads on father's day: let's go do something as a family!— Meredith (@PerfectPending) May 9, 2016
Moms on mother's day: Can everyone just not talk to me today or touch me.
Lots of men at Target today discovering that the store layout has changed since last Mother’s Day.— Amy Dillon (@amydillon) May 11, 2019
My daughter wrote, "I will see you every day of our lives," on my Mother's Day card, so I guess we've resorted to threats now.— Julie (@notquiteJulieT) May 8, 2016
Get a mom of young kids what she really wants for Mother’s day— MyMomologue (@MyMomologue) April 23, 2018
multiple hours in a sensory deprivation chamber.
Instead of doing the 100 things I normally do, I decided to relax for Mother’s Day and only do 87 of those tasks.— Jessie (@mommajessiec) May 13, 2018
If it’s not a secret underground bunker with a strong WiFi connection and a drop box for food and wine deliveries, I don’t want it for Mother’s Day.— The Michelle Dempsey (@MichelleDWrites) April 27, 2020
For Mother's Day I'd like an overnight hotel stay without the creatures which made me a mother. Also, nachos, diet coke, and cake. And beer.— Toni is Talking (@toniistalking) May 10, 2014
Autocorrect tried to change "Mother's Day" to "Another Sunday LOLOLOLOL" and I was like, yeah.— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) May 14, 2017
At my daughter’s preschool, they made Father’s Day cards shaped like tool boxes. But if someone gave me like, a dishwasher-shaped card on Mother’s Day, I’d be pissed.— SpacedMom (@copymama) June 17, 2018
Cant talk right now. Gotta pick out, purchase, and wrap my own Mother’s Day present.— Green Eyes and Ham (@sirengreeneyes) April 28, 2021
Hell hath no fury like a mom who can't sleep in on Mother's Day.— yelisa (@beingyelisa) May 13, 2017
13: So what do you want for Mother's Day?— Kate Hall (@KateWhineHall) May 6, 2018
Me: For you kids to not fight.
13: Let's be realistic, mom.
Me on Mother’s Day:— Scary Mommy (@ScaryMommy) June 16, 2018
All I want is time away from our family.
Me on Father’s Day:
You can have anything you want, except time away from our family.
My biggest gift to myself this Mother's Day will be teaching my kids how to do the laundry from this point forward.— Kim Bongiorno (@LetMeStart) May 8, 2016
I want a Mothers Day tiara. That's the one that comes with a clean house, quiet kids, and a nap.— Jen (@TheNextMartha) May 1, 2011
As a mom of boys, the best part of Mother's Day is how they couldn't care less and still demand I get them food.— Becky (@mom2yahoos) May 13, 2018