It’s that special time of the year again, the day that we all unite and appreciate thy mothers is coming up faster than a C-section. We’ve all got someone that pushed us out, and we thank you! From changing our diapers to bathing us to everything in between, moms, you go through a lot of shit to take care of the ones you love. Take care of your mom with our 10 favorite #MomSongs. Mother’s Day isn’t just about the little brats she raised, it’s also a day where husbands undeniably thank their significant others for carrying a second human inside there bodies for nine months. The factors contributing to Mother’s Day are endless, and so are the amount of reasons why we love them. Heres to all the hot mamas out there.
(And if you really love her, you’ll buy her one of these.)
“Hard out Here” by Lily Allen
Because every mom deserves to be a bitch when she has to deal with raising kids.
“Talk Dirty” by Jason Derulo feat. 2 Chainz
This song is best reserved for mom and dad.
“Slow Down” by Selena Gomez
Because it is important to realize that you need to slow down when talking to your mom as she gets older it takes her longer to comprehend things.
“Partition” by Beyoncé
A very important song to ensure that your parents don’t get bored of each other and file for divorce. Spice things up.
“Mama” by the Spice Girls
Sheer appreciation at its finest as it involves Victoria Beckham.
“Confessions of a Broken Heart” by Lindsay Lohan
Throw this one in to remind your mom that you didn’t end up like Lindsay Lohan and you actually have your head on your shoulders and that you’re over whatever daddy issues you ever had.
“Let It Go” by Idina Menzel
Because no matter how many times you get mad at your mom you both always seem to let it go and go back to BFFs.
“Only Girl (In The World)” by Rihanna
Put your mom on a pedestal! She’s the only damn girl in the world.
“Adore You” by Miley Cyrus
This one is self explanatory. Our moms need to be reminded that they are adored.
“Always Be My Baby” by Mariah Cary
Moms everywhere can agree, no matter how old you get, you will always be your mother’s baby!