Home Is Where Mom Is

In honor of Mother’s Day this Sunday, tell us why Mom makes your house a home.

“Mom” and “home” are synonymous for most. After all, Mom gave us our first home, in her belly. In anticipation of Mother’s Day this Sunday, we asked members of our Coldwell Banker team to share how Mom makes their house a home.

Give Mom something special this Mother’s Day! Share why you believe “Home Is Where Mom Is” on the Coldwell Banker Facebook page (#homeiswheremomis) in a video, photo or comment.

Thank you to Moms everywhere. Without you, home would never be the same.

Victoria Lee is the Brand Engagement Manager with Coldwell Banker Real Estate. She grew up in New Jersey, before attending the University of Miami and still remains a proud 'Cane. Going back to her roots, she currently lives in Hoboken, NJ where she enjoys runs along the Hudson and eating at great restaurants. A true francophile, she loves to travel and will go anywhere there are ski slopes.

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  • Cindy Spencley

    Very touching, you all made me cry!!

  • Dan Johnson

    The reason why #homeiswheremomis
    Is because my mom is a mom through all the struggle raising me and my brother has over come poverty and pain and going days not knowing if we could have enough food for tomorrow she worked two dead end jobs for years…living in a roach invested apartment
    Living off of cheese sandwhiches and powedered milk…until she met my stepdad
    When I was nine…and moved us out of the mess we were in. I thank my mom and god everyday for mother through every heartache stayed by are side through thick and thin. I would never give up on her she is the best mother a child could ask for.
    I love you mom for everything you have done for me for being there by my side
    I will never forget that..

  • Pat Strong

    #homeiswheremomis because she adopted 4 kids with unconditional love. Always had that glint in her eye and shared her love with ALL that she met. She was a mom to many. No tasks, piles of laundry or any chore ever took precidence over her reading a book with us, baking with us and listening to us. She was a widow at age 45 and raised 4 kids and ran a business and still knew what was really important. Family & Friends! Love and miss you mom!

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