Happy Belated Mother's Day! For all the moms out there who still don't feel appreciated, here's another reminder you're amazing and should be recognized for it. Now that we're done sucking up so we can get the toy we've wanted for the last 3 hours and say its been years, lets get on to the main event! This Fox mom with her cubs is proof that mom's have superhuman patience when it comes to their kids insanity and ability to drive blood pressure levels to meltdown levels in an instant.
Take a deep breath after thinking of all that and check out these hysterical hares that just happen to be darn cute too. Or if doggos are your cup of tea, our favorite howlarious huskies will have you barking with laughter. Or, if you want to check out some fascinating fox facts, you will finish as a fox expert for sure.
When you first think of a cat lady, your mind might flash to an old spinster who lives alone, has no social life, and just talks to her cats all day long. Yet in 2018, we can easily see through this misogynistic stereotype. As women are waiting longer to have kids (if they choose to at all), many millennials are opting to become pet parents as they wait for the financial stability, solid relationship, or desire to have children of their own. These days, a lady who lives alone with a cat or two isn't a sob story — it's a sign of independence, success, and being a badass. So in 2015, photographer BriAnne Wills started a project to elevate the relationship. Girls And Their Cats is a blog and Instagram featuring cool women and their feline friends in intimate interviews and portraits taken within their homes. Here are the stories of 5 cat moms.
For some reason, Sunburst's mom, Stellar Flare, just reminded me of Christine Baranski's character from A Bad Moms Christmas, so I made this. Windy Whistles, of course, was a perfect match for Cheryl Hines's "spazzy soccer mom"-type character. As for the third pairing, it was a bit of a challenge to find a succinct equivalent to Susan Sarandon's character. The other two options I thought of were Buttercup and Applejack, or Scootaloo opposite a blank square, but the former wasn't quite compatible personality-wise, and the latter was, well, messed up. So, I went with Queen Chrysalis and Thorax, as surely the Queen is the mother of all the changelings, and Chrysalis was the closest character match. I wasn't completely decisive on the idea, though, so I ended up making a couple of alternate versions, which I will post in the comments section. (And yes, I combined the title and logo from the first movie with the character lineup from the Christmas movie, for the sake of simplicity.)
There comes a time where you find yourself... alone. Alone in the sense that all your children have moved out, started their own paths, and you are alone in your home. It's called empty nest syndrome. You feel as though you want to have you children back in the house (after years of trying to get them out... ironic).
Enter, Alexis... Teenager addition! It's attitude is so real, it's like having your teenager back in the house with you!