A “Momspiring” Roundup of the Best Mom Videos For Mother’s Day
Happy Mother's Day, moms! Today we celebrate the mother of all days by sharing this feel-good video roundup in which we champion the good, the bad, and the laughable moments of being a mom in all it’s challenging and wonderful glory. We hope you enjoy watching these videos as much as we enjoy sharing them.
Kids Tasting Stuff in Slow-Mo Looks Super Funny
This new one caught our eye with its humourous take on kids tasting stuff. Why is it so funny to watch a baby trying a lemon for the first time? It’s all in the expression, or course, and whether it’s a sour taste or a delicious one, it’s even better when captured in glorious slow motion.
Students Perform the Most Touching Flash Mob Ever
This video celebrates the talented second grade students at the Pathway School of Discoveries. The kids decided to surprise their moms with flowers and a special performance of the Boyz II Men tune, “A Song For Mama.” We love hearing the kids sing their hearts out almost as much as the moms' emotional reactions to the touching lyrics, such as “Mama, you’re the queen of my heart” and “Loving you is like food to my soul.” Aww....
Google’s Powerful ‘Here’s to the Moms’ Ad
We were so excited when Google released their Mother’s Day promotion, because it includes all of the videos we love to see paired with all the ways to find them using (duh) Google, and it all overlaps with an adorable song about how we should all thank the moms in our lives for doing what they do and being who they are.
What a Mom Wants
This funny video pokes fun of the ways people celebrate their moms — or fail to do so — and even has some moms themselves weighing in on what they expect (“I was in labor for two days. Buy me something.”). It both made us laugh and also remember that we have to go buy our own mom a card asap!
A Biologist’s Mother’s Day Song
An oldie but a goodie, this biologist turned song stylist breaks down some gross, but true, medical facts about all the things his mom provided him, like mitochondrial DNA. As the chorus goes, “Slightly more than half of everything I am is thanks to you. It’s science!” Who knew biology could be so funny?