It's not a typical Mother's Day for anyone this year, but the TODAY family still took time to celebrate the amazing moms in their lives on social media.
With sweet family candids, throwback photos and heartfelt tributes, this is how TODAY's co-hosts and anchors are making their moms feel special and how their kids are celebrating them.
"Celebrating Mother’s Day with these party people," Savannah wrote alongside a series of pics featuring Vale, 5, and Charley, 3, looking cozy in pajamas. She added that her husband, Michael Feldman, made a "yummy breakfast," and Vale drew the place cards complete with family nicknames.
Savannah also got nostalgic, sharing some pics of her own mom, including baby bump photo and a stunning vintage shot of her mom and grandmother.
"This day and every day I thank God for the first and best gift: my mom. And her mom before her. And my babies after her. A long legacy of love," she wrote.
Dylan Dreyer captured what we're all feeling right now when she posted a pic of her mom with sons Calvin, 3, and Oliver, 4 months.
"Wish my mom wasn’t so far away so we could do a drive by for Mother’s Day!!" she commented. "Hardest part about this whole thing is the grandparents missing out on baby cuddles!! Love you mom!!"
"To the best #mom you could ask for. Strong, funny, opinionated, fierce and loving," he wrote.
"Happy Mother’s Day to the glue that helps hold all of it together—Betty Jo. Thanks for always being there—then and now. We love you. Wish we could visit with you today," he said.
It's definitely a sweet Mother's Day for Hoda Kotb, who has two adorable reasons to celebrate: her daughters 3-year-old Haley Joy and 1-year-old and Hope Catherine. The proud mama posted a pic on Instagram that featured their hand and footprints.
In lieu of any words, Kotb simply captioned her photo with three hearts — one each for Haley, Hope and her fiancé, Joel Schiffman!
"Happiest Mother’s Day to my mama—and her mama (my Grammee) who we lost a year ago today," the mother of three wrote. "Grammee taught us every constellation in the sky and to love the tiny creatures of West Texas. My mama taught me how to be a mom. Love you mama."
She also shared a sweet photo on her Instagram story of her daughters, wrapping up an epic Mother's Day card.
"Love you mom. Love you Grandmama. Feeling the love since 1978," she wrote.
Here's wishing all the TODAY moms and viewers a happy and relaxing day!