Mom Quotes: Celebrating Mothers and their Unconditional Love
A Tribute to the Heart of a Mother
Mothers are the foundation of love, nurturing us with unwavering care and selflessness. Their presence in our lives leaves an indelible mark, shaping our values, guiding our choices, and providing us with a sanctuary of warmth and comfort. In this article, we gather a heartfelt collection of mom quotes that pay tribute to the remarkable bond between mothers and their children. These quotes encapsulate the unconditional love, strength, and wisdom that mothers embody.
Mom quotes capture the essence of a mother’s love, reflecting the profound impact they have on our lives. From the joyous moments to the challenging times, mothers stand by us, offering guidance, support, and an endless wellspring of love. Whether you seek to express gratitude for your own mother, gain insights into the beauty of motherhood, or find solace in the memories of a cherished mom, these quotes will resonate with your heart.
Celebrating the Love of a Mother: Quotes that Stir Emotions
Immerse yourself in the heartfelt words and sentiments of these mom quotes. From famous authors to everyday individuals, these quotes beautifully capture the essence of motherhood. Let them evoke memories, stir emotions, and remind you of the extraordinary gift that is a mother’s love. Whether you are a mother yourself or simply want to honor the significant role of mothers in our lives, these quotes will touch your soul.
I quit wrestling in 2006 because I just got lost. My mom didn’t want me wrestling. I was wondering if I was going to make it in wrestling; I got injured in a match. I was 19. I was away from home, living in Florida, and I just got lost. I couldn’t face it, so I stepped away.
Both my mom and my dad have always included me in intelligent conversations about people, about characters, about how people work. My dad and my mom still read all scripts that I find interesting. I send them an e-mail, and I’m like, ‘Okay, I have my eye on this,’ or whatever.
I was brought up as an only child, and we were very close. But when I was 14, we got evicted. We came home to a padlock, and I looked up at my mom and she was crying, and there was nothing to do.
I didn’t even walk for graduation – I did graduate, though. I got this homeschool deal. I didn’t have to go to school because I was depressed, and my mom wrote all these essays for me. I didn’t write one of them. She literally got me my diploma.
It’s her first grandchild, so she’s really, really, really excited. I guess my mom is a little more stressed out than me.
You have a dream 35 years ago – doesn’t come to fruition, but you move on with life. But it’s somewhere back there. Then you turn 60, and your mom just dies, and you’re looking for something. And the dream comes waking out of your imagination.
My mom taught me, ‘There are a lot of doubters out there.’ It doesn’t matter what everybody else thinks.
There was this hip-hop collective called People Crew. And at the time in Korea, there was no real place to access rap music. So People Crew used to host this summer school program, which taught rapping and dancing. I begged my mom to attend that school to learn how to rap.
I love spending time with my family and friends during the holidays, and my favorite holiday tradition would be the pozole that my mom makes almost every Christmas. It’s the best!
I have this wonderful schedule where I work full-time and also get to be a full-time mom.
My mom and dad are from the streets. My mom’s from Chicago. My dad’s from Memphis. My dad got out of school and got with my mom. They were hustlers. They were from the streets. They were doing their thing. The streets ain’t got no love for the streets. You can light up the streets, or be a victim of the streets.
My dad and my mom were big Nat King Cole fans, so they had everything he did.
I watched my parents. My dad worked nights, and I was aware of how much he was doing for us. My mom was a Tupperware lady and also worked at the school. I always felt that I couldn’t let them down. And I had a natural discipline from early on. I was always training for something.
I write about love, but it’s me wanting to be in love. I’ve never been in love. I love my mom, my dad. I want to be in love. I think I have to allow myself to get there. I’m just so in love with music. It’s weird. I’m at a crossroads because I want to be in love.
There was a phase when I would just loaf around, doing nothing. It had put my mom under a lot of stress. I knew her stress stemmed from her love for me, yet I never paid attention to her feelings. When it finally hit me that my idleness was taking a toll on her, I was genuinely sad and depressed.
I auditioned on my own. I tried to make a mark for myself without anybody’s help, not even Mom’s.
I think my mother is my biggest influence. There are so many things I hate about her but at the same time I’m thankful for her. All I know is that when I’m a parent I want to be just like my mom. I can talk to my mom more than any of my friends could talk to their parents.
You’ll never see me at the launch of the new PlayStation or some club. For me, the fun stuff is being able to get my mom tickets to ‘Dancing With the Stars’ – she loves Mario Lopez.
Both my parents are Italian. My mom was born and raised in Italy. My dad was born in Canada, but then they moved to Italy.
I have been doing merch’ since I was 15 and in bands when I was a teenager – silk-screening shirts, making the emulsion in my mom’s closet I converted into a dark room, through college. That’s essentially how us bands survived was selling homemade t-shirts.
My mom is a lioness. From bringing us up to getting work done, she has everything sorted for the family. If it wasn’t for my mother, I don’t think our family could have stuck by each other.
I’m an actress and mom, and I probably don’t have enough of an active spiritual life. And I don’t know why people run around calling themselves by the names of religions when they don’t actually practise them.
I was about eight when I started tap dancing – against my own will. My mom wanted me to do it. She thought I would love it, and I didn’t believe her. I turned out to be obsessed with it.
My mom keeps me grounded and all that. She makes me do chores.
Now that I’m a mom, it brings tears to my eyes.
I always tell my mom that if she would have just bought me a Barbie when I was little, I would have gone into real estate.
My mom had a produce business in in Oxnard, and we used to take these long trips to talk to farmers and different distributors. She’d take us with her after picking us up from school, and she’d be blasting all this old soul music and R&B. I knew all those O’Jays songs before I knew Snoop or Dre or Tupac.
At 13, I was wearing plain t-shirts. Then I used to steal my mom’s clothing. She had all these crushed-velvet shirts with French-cut sleeves. And, like, seersucker bell-bottoms.
We didn’t have a lot of money growing up, so my mom didn’t buy a lot of extras, like sweet things.
My mom always plays Madonna in the car, so I was kind of familiar with what she was into in the ’80s.
My mom is about 60 years old and she loves our music because she can bounce around to it.
My mother told me on several different occasions that she was livin’ her dream vicariously through me. She once said that I was getting’ to do all the things that she would have wanted to have done.
If you think back to the first sporting event you went to, you don’t remember the score, you don’t remember a home run, you don’t remember a dunk. You remember who you were with. Were you with your mom, your dad, your brother, on a date?
As far as I’m concerned, there’s no job more important on the planet than being a mom.
Mothers always find ways to fit in the work – but then when you’re working, you feel that you should be spending time with your children and then when you’re with your children, you’re thinking about working.
I was once that kid that needed a donation – that needed help to go to camp because my mom wasn’t able to pay for it.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
I did grow up in Los Angeles. I actually didn’t start acting until I was sixteen, so I was very removed from the Hollywood scene. I had always been in my school plays, but my mom and dad wanted to keep me out of the business until I was old enough to know who I was and not let anyone change me.
I’m not a perfect mom, but I’m perfect for my kids.
I never let anyone pluck, including myself, unless my mom approves. She guards my eyebrows. She’s like the eyebrow police!
I ask people why they have deer heads on their walls. They always say because it’s such a beautiful animal. There you go. I think my mother is attractive, but I have photographs of her.
I went to a school called Tring Park School for the Performing Arts. I went because initially I was very naughty, and my mom thought if I was busy, I’d be better. And I didn’t really do acting until later on in the school, with an amazing teacher. I left, went traveling, came back.
My mom has always said that if I get a big head, she’ll take me out of this business as quickly as I got into it.
Chloe Grace Moretz
I think maybe my mom thought that Katharine Hepburn would be a good role model of, like, a strong, smart, independent woman. Maybe she steered me in that direction. You know, because she was really so ahead of her time.