This Mother’s Day, Children Are Stepping Up

“Haaaaaaaaappy Mother’s Day!” The bedroom door bursts open and a “surprised” mom, who has been hearing cabinets slamming, pans clanking (and was that a glass breaking?) for about an hour, greets her sweethearts as they bring in the burned pancakes—and spill orange juice on the bed. That was last year. This year? Well, moms might…

“Haaaaaaaaappy Mother’s Day!” The bedroom door bursts open and a “surprised” mom, who has been hearing cabinets slamming, pans clanking (and was that a glass breaking?) for about an hour, greets her sweethearts as they bring in the burned pancakes—and spill orange juice on the bed.

That was last year. This year? Well, moms might not want to set their sights on eggs Benedict with homemade hollandaise. But this time around, many of the kids making breakfast on Mother’s Day have been making breakfast every Sunday, or even every…

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