Tristan Thompson didn’t greet his baby mama, Khloe Kardashian, on Mother’s Day. But the basketball star of course did not forget to pay tribute to his own mother on Sunday.

On his Instagram account, Thompson penned a short but sweet message to his mother. He said that he loves her so much and he’s blessed to have someone who loves him the way that his mom does. He also praised his mom for sacrificing everything just so she could raise her children.

Thompson also accompanied his post with an adorable photo of himself with his mom. Some of his fans also greeted the athlete’s mother. But there were also some critics who questioned why Thompson did not give credit to his daughter True’s mom.

But even though Thompson didn’t greet Kardashian or didn’t go public with his greeting for his ex-girlfriend, it was evident that the reality star had the best time of her life on Mother’s Day. Kardashian uploaded a series of posts about Mother’s Day on her Instagram Story.

The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star also shared adorable videos of her daughter True on the same social media platform. And Kardashian also made sure to commemorate her first Mother’s Day as a single mom by uploading a picture of herself with True.

“It’s Mother’s Day!!” she wrote. “Happy Mother’s Day!”

Kardashian and Thompson split after the latter was linked to one of the former’s close family friends, Jordyn Woods. Earlier this year, news broke that Thompson and Woods cheated on Kardashian. However, Woods denied the allegations.

Prior to this, multiple publications also reported that Thompson was spotted canoodling and making out with a woman at a bar while Kardashian was pregnant with her daughter. But after Kardashian learned about Thompson’s infidelity, she still didn’t break up with him. It was only after Thompson and Woods were linked together that Kardashian decided to call it quits with her baby daddy.

Khloe Kardashian Khloe Kardashian attends Allergan KYBELLA event at IAC Building on March 3, 2016, in New York City. Cindy Ord, Getty Images