Celebrating Our Mothers


WE WANT TO TAKE A MOMENT TO RECOGNIZE an important figure in all of our lives—our mothers!

We’re grateful for all of the time, attention, and care our mothers provide for us throughout our upbringing and beyond. The positive impact they have is immeasurable and we want to express what they mean to us this Mother’s Day.

What We Love About Our Moms

From Taylor Bisbee: What I love most about my Mom is her laugh.  That laugh can light up a room!  My favorite memory: I honestly have so many!  She has a funny sense of humor (like me).  When I was like 7 she told me and my sister we could get extra money by collecting bottles and taking them to cash in.  So we did…she takes us to the store and we put the sacks on the counter and the lady just looked at us…my sister said, “we brought these to cash in.” The lady said, “we don’t do that.”  You could hear my mom laugh as she’s darting to the car!  SO funny!!


From Jordan Johnston: What I love most about my Mom is how she is the bravest person I know.  She has been through many trials and tribulations yet still manages to hold her head high.  One of my favorite memories with her is having her there by my side during the births of my children. 

From Emily Biffle:  What I love most about my mom is her thoughtfulness and giving nature.  My favorite memory with her is the times we spent in the kitchen, sharing our passion and love for cooking. 

From Patience Cary: What I love most about my mom is how dedicated she has always been to my brother and I.  She has always stood beside us and been our biggest supporter at everything!

From The Mothers On Our Team… What Do You Love Most About Being A Mom? 

From Taylor Bisbee: What I love most about being a mom is the unconditional love I have for my boys and the love I receive from them.  My life changed for the better when I had my babies because I had a full purpose.  I knew exactly what to do and being their mother is the most rewarding thing in this world.  I am beyond lucky to be their mama!

From Jordan Johnston: What I love most about being a mom is how it is such a remarkable and incredible journey in this life to love your offspring more than your own self.  Also the amazing experiences whether the good or the bad I get to endure.  Being a mother to 5 hilarious, amazing kids has definitely changed my life, but in so many good ways.  I love my big family and wouldn’t have it any other way.

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From Emily Biffle: What I love most about being a mom is listening o the joy and laughter of our kids, watching the excitement on their faces when they have some great news they can’t wait to share.  My life changed for the better when I became a mom because they taught me patience and what unconditional love means.  Our kids are the best gift of true love from Heaven above. 

From Patience Cary: One of my favorite memories with my Mom…just ONE?  That’s almost impossible!  But here we go: My Mom raised me to share her huge love of music so naturally we have been to several concerts together!  Great ones!! But high up on the list was seeing Guns N Roses with my mom last summer for the first time! Completely unforgettable and I’m glad I shared that moment with her. 

What I love most about being a mom is watching my son grow and see what a sweet young man he is becoming! I love that he is the reason I have for giving me all every day!  My life changed for the better the moment I saw Jakeb for the first time.  He alone made me want to be a better person and something he can be proud of.  He taught me the true meaning of my name and what God’s timing is always perfect!


Mothers, We Appreciate You!

Whether your mom lives near or far, show her how grateful you are for her this Mother’s Day. To all you moms out there, THANK YOU!

Have any great stories about your awesome mom or an amazing motherly figure in your life? Post it in the comments below or on our Facebook page!

Happy Mother’s Day!

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