Mother's Day might definitely (forgive the language) suck for "Momma", and not because of Reilly—"Mom-Mom" might make "Momma"'s Mother's Day hard, as if she isn't increasingly making life hard for "Momma" in general and in terms of being a good "Momma" to Reilly. For example:
- "Mom-Mom" gave "Momma" a hard time for trying to make coconut-flour matzah on the last day of Pesach, and—unless "Mom-Mom" reads this blog entry like she read the one about her own remarks or somehow else finds out that "Momma" was already worried about Reilly having gotten some coconut flour that got onto the floor—the fact that Reilly got some coconut flour and continued to try to get coconut flour despite "Momma"'s explicit "No!" will remain unfound out by "Mom-Mom"—and so will the fact that "Momma" called the vet because she was worried (The vet stated that Reilly should be fine, by the way.).
- "Mom-Mom" also gave "Momma" a hard time for forgetting to put sweet potatoes in tin foil before she baked them (Excuse "Momma"'s ADD, "Mom-Mom"—by the way, reading that blog entry apparently did not change "Mom-Mom"'s attitude toward "Momma")—this is notwithstanding that "Auntie Nicole" later had to tell Camille to get away from near the open oven as the baking pan was cooling.
😩. At least "Momma"/"Auntie Nicole" knows that she may not ever be the one cooking anything if and/or when she has a helpmate for herself and a "Daddy" for Reilly*.
*En paso, a un cierto persona: ¿eres seguro que yo estaría una buena madre si yo me convertiría una madre a niños humanas? Ya estoy una mala "Mamá" a Reily. Incidentemente, perdonáme si mi español es imperfecto. Por lo que sé, no tengo la facilidad para los idiomas que tienes.