Portraits of motherhood: How kids see moms

  • Article by: Aimee Blanchette , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 14, 2014 - 12:45 PM

A lopsided nose. Eyes bigger than basketballs. Hair frizzier than a well-loved Barbie doll. Kids say — and see — the darndest things. While it can be less than flattering to see ourselves the way our children do, motherhood through their eyes can also be revelatory. For this Mother’s Day, we went into the hearts, homes and minds of five local kids to find out how they see their moms. Grab a Kleenex.

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