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fail mom sends care package filled with trash
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Moms. Some say, they don't understand. Some say, they're the reason you're alive. Others say, they know to troll. 

This mom falls into that last category. 

When Westminster College freshman Connor Cox thought that he was getting a carepackage from his mom, it turns out what he was getting a reminder to take the trash out.

Well played, mom. Then he went on the news to talk about how sick his mom is and what a nerd he is. Way to go, mom. 




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Via: dallasmorningnews
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A photo shared by The Dallas Morning news is going viral for all the right reasons. The picture is of extreme multitasker Melissa Wardlow. Melissa is shown with her 3-year-old son Jordan on her backpack, and carrying her 8-month-old Addison while photographing the a high school football game. Wardlow's husband is the coach of the football team and Mellissa is out there every game taking photos of the team.

“Just a normal day. I throw the kids on and away we go... I started taking pictures before I had kids, and I was on the sideline when I was pregnant. It didn’t matter; I was on the sideline.” she told Dallas Morning News.

The photo has over 11K shares and over 20K likes on Facebook

 

Via: amotherwithoutachild
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Melissa Mead tells the tragic story about what happened to her little boy in effort to raise money for the UK Sepsis Trust. The video has been viewed over 11 millions times and is getting the attention it deserves across the internet.

Her son, William Mead, was only a year old when he died from sepsis complications, following a chest infection and pneumonia. This video has helped Melissa raise over $200,000 to the UK Sepsis Trust.

Every "expert" parent out there has their own wisdom they want to share with new moms and dads. Sure you can listen to them... or you can take advice from Bekki Pope, the mommy blogger, who has set up a list of 20 tips that are so real they've been shared by thousands across Facebook.

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Mom and writer Liesl Testwuide shared a heartwarming letter from her 8-year-old son while he was off on a summer camp adventure. The letter packs so much naive childhood nostalgia that you can't help but put a smile on your face.

Some people think that it's too adorable to be true. But we want to believe.

Plz don't ruin this for us, internet.

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