Mom Kid Gives Mom the Most Priceless Present on Mother’s Day, Surprising the Internet with What It Is
Mother’s Day is a special occasion to celebrate the love and bond between mothers and their children. While some kids may opt for traditional gifts like flowers, chocolates, or jewelry, others may surprise their moms with something more creative and personal.
One such kid is Jake, a 10-year-old boy who decided to give his mom the most priceless present on Mother’s Day: a handwritten letter expressing his gratitude and appreciation for her. Jake’s mom, Lisa, shared the letter on social media, where it quickly went viral and touched the hearts of many people.
The letter reads:
Happy Mother’s Day! You are the best mom in the whole world. I love you so much. Thank you for everything you do for me. You work so hard to make me happy and healthy. You always help me with my homework and teach me new things. You always listen to me and support me. You always make me laugh and smile. You always hug me and kiss me. You are my hero and my friend.
You are so beautiful and smart and strong. You are so kind and generous and caring. You are so brave and adventurous and fun. You are so amazing and wonderful and awesome.
I am so lucky to have you as my mom. I am so proud of you and everything you have accomplished. I am so grateful for you and everything you have given me.
You are my favorite person in the whole world. I hope you have the best Mother’s Day ever. You deserve it.
Lisa said she was moved to tears by her son’s letter, which she described as “the most priceless present” she ever received. She said she was proud of her son for being so thoughtful and expressive, and that she felt blessed to have him in her life.
She also thanked everyone who commented on her post, saying that she was overwhelmed by the positive feedback and the love from strangers. She said that her son’s letter reminded her of how much joy motherhood brings, and how much it matters to be a good mom.
She said that she hopes her son’s letter will inspire other kids to appreciate their moms, and other moms to appreciate their kids, not only on Mother’s Day, but every day.