Minutes after her water broke, Jones jokes about showing the camera her amniotic fluid. She asks her husband if he wants to bring his Playstation and, in peak Gen Z fashion, shows off her hospital fit a form-fitting black dress, a brown Michael Kors jacket and a matching purse in front of a ring light while her contractions get stronger. Now, at 20, Jones is adjusting to life as a newly married mother and a seasoned but underrated social media influencer who grew up too fast. Jones was born in Montgomery but moved to Sylacauga, Ala. Sylacauga, she said, was kind of a racist town in the middle of nowhere. In August she posted a video in which she visited her childhood home — a run-down one-story house off a long country road — and talked about how she struggled with abuse, depression and a difficult relationship with her mother growing up.
Mom Said It's My Turn On the Xbox
Meet the 'Meme Mom' taking over YouTube, TikTok, Instagram - Los Angeles Times
Mom Said It's My Turn to Play On the Xbox refers to a series of image macros in which a particular character says that the titular line. The jokes generally use the phrase sarcastically and show a geeky or unattractive-looking character. The earliest version of this meme was posted on December 7th, by Twitter user CrippledDick,  who used a screenshot of an alien figurine behind an open door. The picture is accompanied by the quote "Mom said it's my turn to use the Xbox. After the popularity of that tweet, the phrase began seeing use with other characters. A similar edit posted in a tweet by Dastonio with Shirtless Kylo Ren  gained five thousand retweets and fourteen thousand likes shown below, right.
The mom behind your favorite memes is more than a meme mom
Known as the Original Dance Moms, Melissa Gisoni, Holly Hatcher-Frazier, Kelly Hyland and Jill Vertes are not shy about sharing their opinions, stories, laughs and advice related to motherhood, womanhood, and anything else they encounter in life. Never strangers to conflict, joy, tears, and triumph, these women have raised their children in the public eye and have shared over a decade of friendship. Join these ladies each week not on the dance floor but around the table where they discuss the hottest topics, latest trends, lifestyle and beauty that relate to a diverse range of women while offering advice to fans around the world. This week the moms get into the nitty gritty of do-it-yourself art with author and design expert Erica Domesek, founder of the lifestyle brand P.
Have you ever thought about what exactly makes a person a mother? You might think of the mom who adopted you. Maybe your mind goes to another family member or adult who takes care of you. Whoever your mother is, be sure to show them appreciation as often as you can! Many children believe they have the greatest mom in the world.