Mother's Day is about celebrating the laughter and tears that come with being a mom... the sweetest of kisses and the moments that have us running for mom advice! Mother's Day also conjures the wildly popular Listen to Your Mother show. Directors and producers from 24 cities share what they've learned about motherhood.

NW Arkansas

May 30

Listen to Your Mother NW Arkansas is directed and produced by Lela Davidson and Stephanie McCratic. The NW Arkansas show is Thursday, May 30 at 7:00 p.m.

Listen to your mother- NW Arkansas

Lela says, "I will never forget the first time I learned how to reliably make my first born laugh by rubbing his belly. Fourteen years later, laughing together is still the best thing we do."

Stephanie says, "As a kid my mother always told me, "What does not kill you will make you stronger." Even though it is cliché, that phrase has carried me through sleepless nights, napless afternoons, long winters, high fevers and full-on meltdowns. I am stronger because my baby girl has yet to kill me."

NW Indiana

May 10

Listen to Your Mother NW Indiana is directed and produced by Lovelyn Palm. The NW Indiana show is Friday, May 10 at 7:00 p.m.

Listen to your Mother- NW Indiana Lovelyn

Lovelyn says, "I've discovered that this act of mothering is my worship to Him right now. Dying to self and delighting in them. This season is so brief and I want to give them the very best parts of me."

Oklahoma City

May 5

Listen to Your Mother Oklahoma City is directed and produced by Misti Pryor, Julie Bohannon and Heather Davis. The Oklahoma City show is Sunday, May 5 at 2:00 p.m.

LIsten to your mother- Oklahoma City

Misti says, "Some Mom lessons from my mother are: Never leave the house without earrings, never forget that you are an example, try again and don't breathe in when you're spraying the pan with Pam."

Life is a fun and funny journey. If you're not laughing, you're doing it wrong.

Julie says, "Mom's best advice was not what she said but what she did. She encouraged us to read, be creative and resourceful. She also taught us that happiness can be found if you slow down, drink coffee on the porch and listen to the mockingbird."

Heather says, "You have to laugh. You have to see the humor in your path every day. Life is a fun and funny journey. If you're not laughing, you're doing it wrong.

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