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13 Freakn Cheap Things To Do For Mom

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13 Things To Do for Mom that won't cost you your entire Fortnite budget:

  1. Just clean ANYTHING bonus points for Clean the bathroom(s)
  2. Do the damn dishes
  3. Cook her dinner
  4. Clean up AFTER cooking dinner
  5. Pour her a glass of wine
  6. Make her coffee and bring it to her in bed
  7. Do the laundry
  8. Write her a thank you note
  9. Run her a hot bubble bath
  10. Let her sleep in!
  11. Send her a text message telling her why is your favorite person
  12. Rub her feet
  13. Buy her a Snarky Freakn Tee from us. Shop the entire collection here

May the Force Be With You!

 

The Perfectly Flawed Suburban Punk Rock Mom living the Okayest Life

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