You only have one mom, and you should take care of her.
The older you get, the harder your parents try to keep you little.
I can remember what flavor of ice cream cone my grandmother and I shared at Disneyworld; but most of the time, I can’t remember what day it is. I guess it depends on what you think is important.
When you make a face behind your father’s back, he turns around too quick for you to get away with it.
You should never ask your three-year-old brother to hold a tomato.
If your sister hits you, don’t hit her back. Parents always catch the second person.
Brothers are annoying until they get a car.
No matter what I do, my mom can always tell when I’m lying.
Once you’ve lost your parents’ trust, it’s hard to earn it back.
I appreciate my mom more than she knows.