East Texans celebrate the importance of mothers
Tyler, Tx — From diaper duty, to carpool Tuesday, moms are there for it all.
What better way to tell her thank you for all that she does, than with a holiday just for her?
The list of lessons mothers teach us is endless from how to study for a test, to which white dress will look the best on their special day.
There's no denying the influence a mother has on her children, just take a look at some of history's most famous mothers. Barbara Bush, raised six children as her husband ruled the nation. Years later her oldest son George W. Bush would go onto become the forty-third president.
While Mother Teresa never gave birth to a child of her own, she was a mother to thousands in need.
So the question is, what do you do for the woman who has done so much for you?
`Mother of two Krista Dickey says her children "Woke me up this morning and crawled in bed, and we just kind of snuggled and watched TV. It was just kind of nice being with them."
Father of three Adam Cook says he got his wife, "a gift card to Karen Horton and barbeque."
Eleven year old Priscilla Gallegos says she's buying her mother, "a ring or purse, or something fancy because I know she'll like that. She's very nice and kind."