Best 789 of Motherhood quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

George Bernard Shaw

If an imaginative boy has a sufficiently rich mother who has intelligence, personal grace, dignity of character without harshness, and a cultivated sense of the best art of her time to enable her to make her house beautiful, she sets a standard for him against which very few women can struggle, besides effecting for him a disengagement of his affections, his sense of beauty, and his idealism from his specifically sexual impulses.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Sana Krasikov

Who is she, after all? Not a member of the Party. Not even a Russian...What can she do, really, but watch the ginger-haired sacrificial lamb get slaughtered? One wrong move and Florence herself might be on the chopping block herself

By Anonym 14 Sep

Helen Hunt Jackson

Motherhood is priced Of God, at price no man may dare To lessen or misunderstand.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Cassi Clark

If nursing were easy, there wouldn't be so many helpful products.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Cassi Clark

If we wear our nursing covers backwards like capes, then everyone can see we're breastfeeding superheroes.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jill Smokler

scary mommy confession #80920 " I invited you into my home as a guest. And you brought my two year old permanent markers and play-doh. next time I visit you, I'm bringing your teenage daughter condoms and crack.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Junot Diaz

Something must have happened, your mother speculated. In her mind a woman with no child could only be explained by vast untrammeled calamity. Maybe she just doesn't like children. Nobody likes children, Yunior, your mother assured you. That doesn't mean you don't have them.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Carl Busby Sr

When you have done all that you can do, A true Mother will always stick by you. You may think sometimes that she is rude. She has to be because this world can be crude.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

Do you want me? I am yours.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Monica Starkman

Once home where she could cry, no tears came. Only thoughts weighted with sorrow. Never to initiate life. Never to feel life moving inside her. Never to bring forth life and nourish it with sustenance from her own body.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Laura Frantz

-she loved Lily Cate like her own, and for this night, this moment, she would be her mother, even though there was no guarantee of tomorrow.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Fernando Vallejo

Not only a pregnant woman is an outrage toward ethics but also an attack on aesthetics. Motherhood degrades women, it turns them into cows. With the forgiveness of cows, my sisters.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Sandra Lake

Young, new moms need coffee to survive. Older moms with teenagers need cocktails.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Christina Lauren

To her, not packing our lunches every day or joining the PTA is a feminist rallying cry.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Emily Liebert

That's the funny thing about children. When they were around, you wanted peace and quiet. A mere moment to yourself. You felt absolutely desperate to go more than three minutes without hearing the word Moooooooom echoing throughout the house. To go to the bathroom or - if luck was really on your side - to take an uninterrupted shower. Yet, when they were absent, no matter how infrequently that happened, it felt as though someone had amputated your limb and left a stinging open wound in its place. And you craved them like a cold beer on a blistering summer day.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jennifer Connelly

I feel more comfortable in my own skin now than I ever have...I think there's something about loving Kai [her son] so much, in a way that I've never loved anyone, including myself. Also, I used to spend a lot of time alone, but he's this incredibly social kind of guy, so all of a sudden I'm always having people in and out of my house. It's changed the way I feel as a citizen of the world. And it's really important to me to feel good about what I'm working on, to justify the number of hours I'd have to be away from him.

By Anonym 14 Sep

L. Tom Perry

Parents have the glorious opportunity of being the most powerful influence, above and beyond any other, on the new lives that bless their homes.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sana Krasikov

The Bolshevik leaders perched atop the Mausoleum were no easier to tell apart than chess pawns. But Florence too was certain that she could recognise the twinkling eyes of Joseph Stalin, which looked down at her each workday from the oil painting above Timofeyev’s desk

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Babies have the tendency to make adults talk like babies.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

Not accustomed to entertaining angels, are we?” he asked.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michelle M. Pillow

Out of all the things I do, I think being a mom is the most important and satisfying.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Agona Apell

There is only one thing worse than a little baby who won't stop crying: it is a big baby who won't stop whining about it

By Anonym 14 Sep

Jodi Picoult

Motherhood is a Sisyphean task. You finish sewing one seam shut, and another rips open. I have come to believe that this life I'm wearing will never really fit.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Penny Reid

What do you want to be?” “A mother,” I said simply, because it was true. That’s what I wanted first and foremost. “And a really excellent wife and partner. And homemaker. I want to have a family to take care of, to love and fuss over and think about. That’s what I want. I know it’s not progressive, or flashy, and I know people don’t place much importance on that stuff anymore, just like people don’t put much importance on humility and kindness, forgiveness and compassion. But those things are important to me. I know people will look down their noses at me for being just a mom, but I’m used to being marginalized for what I do and what I look like. And I think being a great mother is the most difficult and most important job in the world. So people can just take their judgmental crap and—

By Anonym 14 Sep

Srikumar Rao

Positive thinking is so firmly enshrined in our culture that knocking it is a little like attacking motherhood or apple pie.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Hypatia Bradlaugh Bonner

It is difficult to exaggerate the adverse influence of the precepts and practices of religion upon the status and happiness of woman. Owing to the fact that upon women devolves the burden of motherhood, with all its accompanying disabilities, they always have been, and always must be, at a natural disadvantage in the struggle of life as compared with men.... With certain exceptions, women all the world over have been relegated to a position of inferiority in the community, greater or less according to the religion and the social organisation of the people; the more religious the people the lower the status of the women...

By Anonym 16 Sep

Clayton Lessor Ma

It’s time to stop dreaming about who you want your son to be and help him become the healthy, happy, and successful man he’s supposed to be.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jenny Offill

Is she a good baby? People would ask me. Well, no, I'd say. That swirl of hair on the back of her head. We must have taken a thousand pictures of it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Charlotte Pearson

In order for them to be the best they can be, my children need me to be the best version of me I can be. That means taking charge of our lives, being strong even if I don’t feel it,being brave and believing that I can make things better.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mona Simpson

Too many times I'd left him reaching for me, from a babysitter's arms. "Am I still a mother?" I asked myself... What parts of the day could I cut out and still give him enough? Paul never asked himself that. He thought he was a great dad.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Gillian Marchenko

I may not be the best mom. I may not even get back to being the average mother I once claimed to be. But I'm here. I'm getting back up. I'm not leaving. And I'm the mom God ordained for these fours souls, and therefore I am their best mom.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Rosamund Lupton

When someone dies they can be any age you remember can't they ' she asked. As I tried to think of a reply she continued 'You probably think about the grown-up Tess because you were still close to her. But when I woke up I thought of her when she was three wearing a fairy skirt I'd got her in the Woolworth's and a policeman's helmet. Her wand was a wooden spoon. On the bus yesterday I imagined holding her when she was two days old. I felt the warmth of her. I remembered all her fingers clasped around my finger so tiny they didn't even meet. I remembered the shape of her head and stroking the nape of her neck till she slept. I remembered her smell. She smelled of innocence. Other times she's thirteen and so pretty that I worry for her everytime I see a man look at her. All of those Tesses is my daughter.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Chrissy Teigen

[Motherhood] is an incredibly huge challenge. You need support. You need resources. You need access to childcare and good safe schools.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jenny Knipfer

The baby’s bluish, hazel eyes looked into Jenay’s amber ones, and it was love at first sight. If there is any magic in this world, at this moment is where it can be found, the mystic thought lodged itself in Jenay’s heart as her eyes poured over her child with love. She had never felt herself so instantly and utterly connected to another person.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jani Ortlund

Anything of worth is costly: devotion to Christ, a strong marriage, financial responsibility, a life of integrity, and of course, fearlessly feminine mothering.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Sandra Chami Kassis

Motherhood is when eating chicken soup; the kids get the chicken and you get the soup and you would still feel happily stuffed.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Mary Kay Andrews

Patti Callahan Henry’s THE STORIES WE TELL is a lyrical exploration of love and longing, secrets and suspicion, family and friendship, all told with the author’s trademark insights into the hollows and curves of the heart and mind of a working woman who must balance the demands of motherhood, wifedom, sisterhood, and yes, the deepest cravings for artistic expression. I always love the stories PCH tells!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Emily Littlejohn

What else is a child, but hope? Hope for the future, hope for one's own salvation, hope for a tomorrow that shines as bright and warm as the best yesterday you can remember.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leah Franqui

My mother is the reason that I love you,' Bhim said simply. 'She is the reason I know what love is.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Katha Pollitt

We need to say that women have sex, have abortions, are at peace with the decision and move on with their lives. We need to say that is their right, and, moreover, it’s good for everyone that they have this right: The whole society benefits when motherhood is voluntary. When we gloss over these truths we unintentionally promote the very stigma we’re trying to combat.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Diana Palmer

I want a son with you,” he said huskily. “I want a houseful of children.” Her eyes sketched his face. “Dark-haired little boys with green eyes….” He crushed her mouth under his, roughly, hungrily, possessively. “Don’t tempt me,” he said tightly. “I want you like hell.” “I wouldn’t stop you,” she said softly. “Anything you want, Garet. Anything.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Orna Donath

Mothers might be characterized as “uncaring” when they resume paid work “too soon” after birth, or as “giving up on themselves” when they return to work “too late” or never; when they do not breastfeed as well as when they do so for “too long” or “too publicly”; when they turn to homeschooling their children, or when mothers—single parents or not—must work long hours outside the home and are therefore accused of neglect. In addition, single mothers, mothers receiving welfare, immigrant mothers, and lesbian mothers—circumstances and identities that also often overlap—tend to be looked at even more critically.

By Anonym 19 Sep

F. Scott Fitzgerald

What grubworms women are to crawl on their bellies through colorless marriages! Marriage was created not to be a background but to need one. Mine is going to be outstanding. It can't, shan't be the setting--it's going to be the performance, the live, lovely, glamourous performance, and the world shall be the scenery. I refuse to dedicate my life to posterity. Surely one owes as much to the current generation as to one's unwanted children. What a fate--to grow rotund and unseemly, to lose my self-love, to think in terms of milk, oatmeal, nurse, diapers…. Dear dream children, how much more beautiful you are, dazzling little creatures who flutter (all dream children must flutter) on golden, golden wings-- --

By Anonym 20 Sep

Heather Mcvea

You’ll sacrifice for your child in ways you had never imagined. And they’re not exciting and earth shattering ways, either. They’re small, seemingly insignificant gestures that mean the world to them.

By Anonym 14 Sep

David Attenborough

It is vital that there is a narrator figure whom people believe. That's why I never do commercials. If I started saying that margarine was the same as motherhood, people would think I was a liar.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Judith Warner

For too many women in America are becoming sick with exhaustion and stress as they try to do things that can't be -- shouldn't be -- done. Too many are eaten up by resentment toward their husbands, who are not subject to the same heartless pressures. Too many are becoming anxious and depressed because they are overwhelmed and disappointed. Too many are letting their lives be poisoned by guilt because their expectations can't be met, and because there is an enormous cognitive dissonance between what they know to be right for themselves and what they're told is right for their children. Too many feel out of control.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jeanine Henning Nhakira

You are everything you should be, and all that is enough. Be proud of who you are, and love who you will become.” – Lady Lalaigne to Nhakira, “Chosen

By Anonym 14 Sep

Tia Mowry

Motherhood has been the best thing that has ever happened to me. It has taught me a lot about myself, about the things I'm great at, and the things I need to work on.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Agu Jaachynma N. E.

A wholesome mother knows the software to delete, download, upgrade and upload for the best results.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Comic Strip Mama

MOM - noun - One who sacrifices her body, sleep, social life, spending money, eating hot meals, peeing alone, patience, memory, energy and sanity for LOVE!