How do you thank the person who has had the most impact on your life? When your own words do not seem so good, the famous Mother’s Day quote can help.
Happy Mothers Day Sayings and Happy Mothers Day Quotes
We have gathered more than 80 Mother’s Day Quotes and the words of the greatest words and syllables. Use the buttons below to filter the results and get a brief quote about maternity or funny quotes about mom. Then, give the perfect Mother’s Day message to go with the bouquet of flowers of Mother’s Day
A mother is always the beginning. She is how things begin.
— AMY TAN, THE BONESETTER’S DAUGHTER
She rejoiced as only mothers can in the good fortunes of their children.
— LOUISA MAY ALCOT, JO’S BOYS
You sacrificed for us. You’re the real MVP.
— KEVIN DURANT, AWARD ACCEPTANCE SPEECH
Being a mom has made me so tired. And so happy.
— TINA FEY
Acceptance, tolerance, bravery, compassion. These are the things my mom taught me.
— LADY GAGA
As my mom always said, ‘You’d rather have smile lines than frown lines.’
— CINDY CRAWFORD
[My mother] always said I was beautiful and I finally believed her at some point.
— LUPITA NYONG’O
My mom is a hard worker. She puts her head down and she gets it done. And she finds a way to have fun. She always says, ‘Happiness is your own responsibility.’
— JENNIFER GARNER
She drove me to ballet class…and she took me to every audition. She’d be proud of me if I was still sitting in that seat or if I was watching from home. She believes in me and that’s why this [award] is for her. She’s a wonderful mother.
— ELISABETH MOSS
[What’s beautiful about my mother is] her compassion, how much she gives, whether it be to her kids and grandkids or out in the world. She’s got a sparkle.
— KATE HUDSON
My mom is my hero. [She] inspired me to dream when I was a kid, so anytime anyone inspires you to dream, that’s gotta be your hero.
— TIM MCGRAW
If I’ve learned anything as a mom with a daughter who’s three, I’ve learned that you cannot judge the way another person is raising their kid. Everybody is just doing the best they can. It’s hard to be a mom.
— MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL
I would say that my mother is the single biggest role model in my life, but that term doesn’t seem to encompass enough when I use it about her. She was the love of my life.
— MINDY KALING
My mother has always been my emotional barometer and my guidance. I was lucky enough to get to have one woman who truly helped me through everything.
— EMMA STONE
Having children just puts the whole world into perspective. Everything else just disappears.
— KATE WINSLET
[When] you’re dying laughing because your three-year-old made a fart joke, it doesn’t matter what else is going on. That’s real happiness.
— GWYNETH PALTROW
Over the years, I learned so much from mom. She taught me about the importance of home and history and family and tradition.
— MARTHA STEWART
[Motherhood is] heart-exploding, blissful hysteria.
— OLIVIA WILDE
My mother had a slender, small body, but a large heart—a heart so large that everybody’s joys found welcome in it, and hospitable accommodation.
— MARK TWAIN
It has been a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. My mom says some days are like that.
— JUDIT VIORST, ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY
[Motherhood is] the biggest gamble in the world. It is the glorious life force. It’s huge and scary – it’s an act of infinite optimism.
— GILDA RADNER
She raised us with humor, and she raised us to understand that not everything was going to be great – but how to laugh through it.
— LIZA MINELLIE
The mother’s heart is the child’s schoolroom.
— HENRY WARD BEECHER
Only mothers can think of the future – because they give birth to it in their children.
— MAXIM GORKY
I was always at peace because of the way my mom treated me.
— MARTINA HINGIS
And remember that behind every successful woman is a basket of dirty laundry.
When your mother asks, “Do you want a piece of advice?” it’s a mere formality. It doesn’t matter if you answer yes or no. You’re going to get it anyway.
— ERMA BOMBECK
My mother always said ‘Don’t bother other people.’ I think that’s good advice.
— AMY SEDARIS, I LIKE YOU: HOSPITALITY UNDER THE INFLUENCE
Before becoming a mother I had a hundred theories on how to bring up children. Now I have seven children and only one theory: love them, especially when they least deserve to be loved.
— KATE SAMPERI
Blessed is a mother that would give up part of her soul for her children’s happiness.
— SHANNON L. ALDER
Mothers were meant to love us unconditionally, to understand our moments of stupidity, to reprimand us for lame excuses while yet acknowledging our point of view, to weep over our pain and failures as well as cry at our joy and successes, and to cheer us on despite countless start-overs. Heaven knows, no one else will.
— RICHELLE E. GOODRICH
They are not kidding when they say that mothers are strong women. We need to be strong in more ways than our children will ever know.
— M.B. ANTEVASIN
My sister taught me everything I really need to know, and she was only in sixth grade at the time.
— LINDA SUNSHINE
There is nothing as sincere as a mother’s kiss.
— SALEEM SHARMA
In the end, Mothers are always right. No one else tells the truth.
— RANDY SUSAN MEYERS, THE MURDERER’S DAUGHTERS
I can imagine no heroism greater than motherhood.
— LANCE CONRAD, THE PRICE OF CREATION
A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity, it dates all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path.
— AGATHA CHRISTIE
A good mother loves fiercely but ultimately brings up her children to thrive without her.
— ERIN KELLY, THE BURNING AIR
Mothers possess a power beyond that of a king on his throne.
— MABEL HALE
But behind all your stories is always your mother’s story, because hers is where yours begins.
— MITCH ALBOM, FOR ONE MORE DAY
My mother once told me, when you have to make a decision, imagine the person you want to become someday. Ask yourself, what would that person do?
— BARRY DEUTSCH, HOW MIRKA MET A METEORITE
The daughter prays; the mother listens.
— AMANDA DOWNUM, THE DROWNING CITY
Our mothers always remain the strangest, craziest people we’ve ever met.
— MARGUERITE DURAS
Right, except I’m not going to lie to my mom, because what kind of (man) lies to his own mother?
— JOHN GREEN, AN ABUNDANCE OF KATHERINES