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What Kids Have To Say About Mother's Day

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Mothers are always bragging about the accomplishments their children make...but what do the kids say about their mom's?

During the past week at Kennedy Elementary School, some classrooms were working on projects for Mom. Some worked on letters, some on poems, and even creating bouquets of flowers.

All their hard work went into presents, and we thought it would be a great chance to see what they wrote and have to say about M-O-M.

"Mom: Amazing, beautiful, awesome, loving, marvelous and outstanding." says 2nd grader Callee Differding.

"Dear mom, I like it when you stay close to me." Cora Melland, a 1st grader, starts to read her letter to her mother, "I also like it when you buy me stuff. I also like it when you comfort me even when I am feeling sick."

"I'd describe her as very utter-centered, she cares about a lot of people too, she's always aware of what's going on, she likes to wear a lot of red." says Michaela Nesius, a 2nd grader.

"she's nice, fun, beautiful, really really really likes to play outside and stuff." says Isaac Kerzman, who is also a 2nd grader.

Congress designated the second Sunday in May as Mother's Day in 1914.

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