Mom needs some humor in her life...even though being a super-mom is serious business!
Moms need their laughs just as much as anyone, especially when they have to relieve the stress of cranky kids, oblivious spouses, and the challenges of balancing work and family while keeping it all together—at least on the surface! Mom Jokes is a family-friendly collection of more than 300 snarky, sassy, and witty jokes for moms, such as...
Every Mother’s Day my children make me breakfast in bed. Good thing I taught them how to make bottomless mimosas.
Q: What’s the difference between me when I’m nine months pregnant and a supermodel? A: Nothing, because my husband values his life.
The good thing about going back to work after having kids is that you have your mom boss voice perfected.
I thought my 7-year-old was mature enough to feed our goldfish—and he is—he just isn’t mature enough to know they don’t eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
From family life and the daily grind to food and entertainment, these one-liners, puns, lists, and real-life tweets will be appreciated by moms everywhere.
Lisa Beth Johnson is a television and comedy writer. After spending years in the publishing industry, she began doing stand-up and writing for The Onion and Comedy Central’s Indecision. Lisa Beth then transitioned into the wonderful world of TV producing. She is a Texan by birth and at heart, but a Californian for weather.
Phoebe Bottoms is a comedian, essayist, and screenwriter. She has written for and been featured in several ad campaigns as well as MTV, Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, SiriusXM, and clubs and comedy festivals around the world. Phoebe currently lives with her husband and too many dogs in Los Angeles, waiting patiently for it to fall into the ocean.