Words matter. These are the best Moms Quotes from famous people such as Bea Miller, Sandi Toksvig, Lisa Whelchel, Eve Torres, Cheryl Burke, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I was raised by two moms in a town that was diverse and understanding of people. I remember when I got a taste of the whole rest of the world and left my bubble when I got older, I was just so confused by the fact that not everybody else was like that.
I have to say, I have to tell you that my kids had a most marvelous time having two moms. When my daughter was at university, she got flu. And both mums rushed to be with her. And we were both looking after her and making soup and tidying up. And one of her friends came in and went, ‘Two mums? Not fair.’
I have written about 10 books, all just practical encouragement for moms.
I wish new moms wouldn’t be burdened with the pressure to get back into pre-baby shape so quickly.
After doing ‘Dance Moms,’ I’ve been super inspired and motivated to work with girls.
I grew up with my moms and pops. Pops was in jail for, like, three years.
There are so many women out there who are single moms, really not by choice, and doing it and making it work every day. I think it’s becoming much more a part of our culture and I hope that it will become more accepted and that those women are going to be more and more appreciated, respected and supported.
Me having my moms and pops in my life and knowing and seeing what they went through for us – it’s why I’m a good father.
Join a Bikram-flow-yoga, Flywheel, or Pilates class so you can find spiritual oneness amid grunting socialite moms. Do whatever you want. Just, please, for the love of God, stop talking about it.
Working women, moms, students, they don’t have a lot of time to spend on their faces.
My outlook was, ‘You’re not my moms; you can’t tell me what to do.’ I got expelled from about 20 schools.
Imagine a 15-year-old kid saying, ‘I have two moms – it’s cool.’ I don’t fear that at all.
For my grandmother’s generation, the big invention was cake mix; for our moms, it was the microwave, and for me, it’s the iPhone. And that’s enabled us to do so many different things more efficiently at home.
I don’t want to be known as just a ‘Dance Moms’ competitor. I’d really like to be known for all of Sia’s work, too.
I used to have this illusion that time and remote areas prepare you for the world. Our moms used to think that kind of thing. Well, it doesn’t prepare you for the world at all!
I’m so thrilled to get to raise my kids in the environment that they are in. I think it’s easy just to imagine that all these kids are spoiled and entitled. Part of what makes me be strong with my kids is the fact that I’m surrounded by other really firm strong moms.
People want to know how we do it as moms. I want to inspire moms to get back in the kitchen. I want to show moms that not only is it great to have your kids eat healthy foods as opposed to McDonald’s, but it’s great to bring the family back together.
My moms always told me, ‘How long you gonna play the victim?’ I can say I’m mad and I hate everything, but nothing really changes until I change myself.
The face of the eviction epidemic is moms and kids, especially poor moms from predominantly Latino and African American neighborhoods.
My heart and prayers go out to all single moms because it’s tough, and I can’t imagine any teenager dealing with a baby and all those hormones raging.
Let’s teach our girls and boys how to show the same respect to their colleagues in the workplace they show their moms and sisters at home.
Moms don’t just sit there cooking everyday and aren’t always there to greet their kids at the school bus.
I always find myself stopping to write down ideas of things I’d like to make from computer hardware items to things new moms need – inventions to share with others to make their lives more fun or interesting or easy.
Moms get their fair share of conflicting advice, with a heaping of unsolicited advice. Parents debate the pros/cons of different types of disposable diapers, whether the supposed carcinogens in Johnson & Johnson baby products hurt their kids who used it, which method of sleep training to use.
I think that any moms that leave, even for the day at work, and come home every night will tell you that it’s not easy.
With ‘Dance Moms’ in L.A., we film on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. When we film in Pittsburgh, we film the same days, but we still dance in our studio when we’re not filming, so I’m dancing every day except Sunday.
One of the oddities about being Judy Garland’s daughter was that everyone treated my mother with such awe that they would never have asked me the normal questions kids get about their moms.
It’s important for moms to have alone time. However, that’s the first thing that goes on a busy day. Fortunately for me, because of my job, I have to find the time to do it. At least that’s the way my mind sees it. I have to exercise to be able to fit the clothes and book the jobs.
I find that the ‘moms club’ is a very, very exclusive club! It’s the club of mothers who wear skinny jeans and white button-down shirts and wash their hair twice a day! I do not, and mothers who do make me feel really bad. You know who I am talking about!
I always feel guilty when I want to go get my nails done or hair done because it takes time away, but I know moms need that alone time, too.
I think I’ll be one of those moms that doesn’t raise her kids with too much technology around because I didn’t have much of that growing up. I was creative and played with what I had.
I do think moms should be given a break, all across the board. And I think that the most important thing is that you’re healthy. After I had my little girl, I wanted to be healthy for her and have a healthy body image so that she hopefully grows up to see that her self worth isn’t defined by how thin she is.
People are really connecting to my birthmark. I’m getting lots of messages from moms saying that their child has a birthmark on their face and it’s a huge boost of confidence to them.
My mom is one of my role models in a complicated way. I learned from her how to be a good mom. She was one of those natural moms who really took to it. Her chosen profession was teaching. She loves kids. But she was extremely frustrated and unhappy because for much of my life she was a stay-at-home mom.
I gained, I think, 65 pounds when I was pregnant. And I will say to moms out there, ‘Don’t stress about losing it. It will happen when it happens.’
I’ve met so many fans of daytime television who’ve watched the shows with their moms and grandmas and feel like they’ve known the characters their whole lives. It’s sad for them to have to say goodbye to their favorite soaps and characters. We don’t want that to happen to the ‘Days’ fans.
I feel like it’s my duty to keep it real for my community of moms out there for both my own peace of mind and the fact that some of you may be going through or have experienced what I am!
Moms in fiction and memoir get a bad rap.
I have so much respect for women that are full-time moms in the house. It’s such a difficult job.
‘Mars Needs Moms’ was motion capture, where you walk into a space that’s essentially a black box with cameras everywhere. It was so technical. You have these mandibles with cameras on your face and a helmet, and you have to hit certain marks. You couldn’t shoot this stuff without the green-screen aspect.
I don’t usually say ‘working mom’ because I think all moms are working moms. I feel like that diminishes moms. People should say ‘working dad’ as opposed to working moms.
I love engaging in conversation with other moms because we can relate to one another, and we swap valuable insight and information.
Yes, there have been women in comedy. Moms Mabley was one of the earliest. She was an African American comedian; she often dressed up as an older, disheveled woman.
Pretty isn’t the only thing that matters – being smart and kind matters more, of course – but all daughters should hear from their moms that they look pretty once in a while.
Divorce is challenging. When your kids go through things, it’s tough. But it’s no different for any other woman. And I have great compassion for single moms. It’s lousy out there for them. I had the ability to work. I have always been the provider anyway, but there are a lot of women who can’t support themselves.
I moved to L.A., and I lived in the Oakland Apartments, which is this notorious hub for actor children and their stage moms. For the first few years that I lived there, Hilary Duff and Frankie Muniz frequented the apartments. I was much younger than them at the time.
From Abby Lee Miller’s intensity and her students’ incredible performances to their devoted moms and its high drama, ‘Dance Moms’ has become one of the most compelling shows on television.
The best part about playing a mom is that people hug moms. I get hugs all the time. It really makes hard days a lot easier, and easy days are downright joyous.
I have been lucky to be surrounded by other great working moms, like Tina Fey. I’ve certainly taken a lot of advice from her in every realm, from actor choices to mom choices.
I love that, ‘mommy-shaming.’ When I was a new mom, I was obsessed with how I was being perceived and trying to fit in as a mom, going to mommy-and-me classes and things like that, and never quite measuring up to ‘the real moms,’ the ‘robot moms,’ as I called them.