Mothers Day Child Famous Quotes & Sayings

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18 Mothers Day Child Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Mothers Day Child Sayings By Ellen Gilchrist: Young women are closer to the time when they were manipulative and childish and they Young women are closer to the time when they were manipulative and childish and they don't let their babies manipulate them as much as older mothers do. These are only my conclusions from watching children in grocery stores. I love to watch them work on their mothers to get what they want, and, because I am always a child, I'm pulling for them to get the candy and to get it NOW. The other day I watched a little blond beauty pull her mother's face to her and lay her hands on her mother's cheeks and kiss her nose. Needless to say they opened the bag of cookies then and there. — Ellen Gilchrist
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Mothers Day Child Sayings By Joseph Fink: Dear, be kind to the mothers of Night Vale. Have pity on us. It'll be Dear, be kind to the mothers of Night Vale. Have pity on us. It'll be no easier for Diane. Things go strange here. Your children forget you, and the courses of their lives get frozen. Or they change shapes every day, and they think that just because they look completely different you won't be able to recognize them. But you always will. You always know your child, even when your child doesn't know you. — Joseph Fink
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Mothers Day Child Sayings By Kathryn Stockett: As children, we looked up to our maids and our nannies, who were playing in As children, we looked up to our maids and our nannies, who were playing in some ways the role of our mothers. They were paid to be nice to us, to look after us, teach us things and take time out of their day to be with us. As a child you think of these people as an extension of your mother. — Kathryn Stockett
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Mothers Day Child Sayings By David Sedaris: It seems crazy to cut smoking mothers out of textbooks, but within a few years It seems crazy to cut smoking mothers out of textbooks, but within a few years they won't be allowed in movies either. A woman can throw her newborn child from the roof of a high-rise building. She can then retrieve the body and stomp on it while shooting into the windows of a day-care center, but to celebrate these murders by lighting a cigarette is to send a harmful message. There are, after all, young people watching, and we wouldn't want them to get the wrong idea. — David Sedaris
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Mothers Day Child Sayings By Charlotte Gray: Becoming a mother makes you the mother of all children. From now on each wounded, Becoming a mother makes you the mother of all children. From now on each wounded, abandoned, frightened child is yours. You live in the suffering mothers of every race and creed and weep with them. You long to comfort all who are desolate. — Charlotte Gray
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Mothers Day Child Sayings By Meghan Daum: There are many controversial issues in contemporary American politics where, in spite of my strong There are many controversial issues in contemporary American politics where, in spite of my strong feelings, I have the ability to understand and respect the other side. But the notion that we could ever pretend women have real equality in this country when a man as uninformed about basic reproductive gynecology as Mr. Todd Akin could take away my right to decide whether I want to spend a minimum of eighteen years and an average of $235,000 raising a child - not to mention the significant cost to my own dreams and goals or the myriad ways my child might ultimately suffer for my having been denied the ability to make that choice, the ways so many children suffer every day at the hands of their frustrated, stultified mothers - is an absurdity. — Meghan Daum
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Mothers Day Child Sayings By Lionel Shriver: The pediatrician must have thought me one of those neurotic mothers who craved distinction for The pediatrician must have thought me one of those neurotic mothers who craved distinction for her child but who in our civilization's latter-day degeneracy could only conceive of the exceptional in terms of deficiency or affliction. — Lionel Shriver
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Mothers Day Child Sayings By Toni Morrison: Grown don't mean nothing to a mother. A child is a child. They get bigger, Grown don't mean nothing to a mother. A child is a child. They get bigger, older, but grown. In my heart it don't mean a thing. — Toni Morrison
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Mothers Day Child Sayings By Craig D. Lounsbrough: With the gentle force of their words, the dogged warmth of their embrace, and the With the gentle force of their words, the dogged warmth of their embrace, and the assuring touch of souls softly bared, mothers are silently shaping whole societies and authoring entire cultures that sit poised on the horizon of the future. And although we ignorantly relegate such roles to some lower caste status, we would be wise to understand that the role of a mother sets the cadence of the future. — Craig D. Lounsbrough
Mothers Day Child Sayings By Gabriel Byrne: Every minute of every day, a child under 15 is infected with HIV - the Every minute of every day, a child under 15 is infected with HIV - the overwhelming majority of children under 15 who are HIV-positive get infected through their mothers at birth. Without treatment, half of these children die before they reach their second birthday. — Gabriel Byrne
Mothers Day Child Sayings By Sydney Strand: Maggie had learned a long time ago that each day with a child was filled Maggie had learned a long time ago that each day with a child was filled with two kinds of battles: those that won the war, and those that did not. — Sydney Strand
Mothers Day Child Sayings By Adrienne Rich: It's as if, in the mother's eyes, her smile, her stroking touch, the child first It's as if, in the mother's eyes, her smile, her stroking touch, the child first reads the message:'You are there!' — Adrienne Rich
Mothers Day Child Sayings By Martin Amis: The thing is that I am a member of that sad, ever-dwindling minority ... the The thing is that I am a member of that sad, ever-dwindling minority ... the child of an unbroken home. I have carried this albatross since the age of eleven, when I started at grammar school. Not a day would pass without somebody I knew turning out to be adopted or illegitimate, or to have mothers who were about to hare off with some bloke, or to have dead fathers and shabby stepfathers. What busy lives they led. How I envied their excuses for introspection, their ear-marked receptacles for every just antagonism and noble loyalty. — Martin Amis
Mothers Day Child Sayings By Kelly Corrigan: I had thought a good mother would not elicit such comments, but now I see I had thought a good mother would not elicit such comments, but now I see that a good mother is required to somehow absorb all this ugliness and find a way to fall back in love with her child the next day. — Kelly Corrigan
Mothers Day Child Sayings By Tyler Perry: Children love their mothers. Especially with a boy child and his mother, there's a bond Children love their mothers. Especially with a boy child and his mother, there's a bond that's unbreakable. I love my mother to this day. — Tyler Perry
Mothers Day Child Sayings By Gilbert Parker: For when a child is born the mother also is born again. For when a child is born the mother also is born again. — Gilbert Parker
Mothers Day Child Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: One of the strongest loves I've ever witnessed is the love a mother has for One of the strongest loves I've ever witnessed is the love a mother has for her child. — Richelle E. Goodrich
Mothers Day Child Sayings By Alice Von Hildebrand: One thing is certain: When the time has come, nothing which is man made will One thing is certain: When the time has come, nothing which is man made will subsist. One day, all human accomplishments will be reduced to a pile of ashes. But every single child to whom a woman has given birth will live forever, for he has been given an immortal soul made to God's image and likeness. In this light, the assertion of de Beauvoir that 'women produce nothing' becomes particularly ludicrous. — Alice Von Hildebrand