In celebration of Mother's Day weekend, Obama surprised three mothers from Minnesota, Arizona, and Florida with individual phone calls to wish them a Happy Mother's Day, CNN reported.
These three mothers had written President Barack Obama letters got an additional Mother's Day gift this year.
President Obama praised them for doing the world's most important job and thanked them for the hard work they do day in and day out.
"I know how tough it is to raise kids and do right by them, and if it hadn't been for my mother, I certainly wouldn't be here," Obama said on a phone call with one of the mothers, referring to his own mother, Ann Dunham, who passed away in 1995. "You are doing the most important work there is."
"Not uh ... no way," Stephanie Tarr responded as she was greeted with the President's voice, seemingly in disbelief who was on the other end of the phone.
"It's me! Give me a test," the President replied. "Ask me about anything."
The last mother the President called, Patricia Church of Ormond Beach, Florida.