A mother's love is something that no one can explain — It is made of deep devotion and of sacrifice and pain. It is endless and unselfish and enduring, come what may, For nothing can destroy it or take that love away. It is patient and forgiving when all others are forsaking, And it never fails or falters even though the heart is breaking.— Helen Steiner Rice
Spectacular Full Time Mom quotations
I'm a full-time mom right now and a part-time actress.
There are days when I struggle with wanting to be a full-time, stay-at-home mom, and feeling guilty about that because I work.
Winning is in your DNA. The most high God breathed His life into you. You've got what it takes. This is your time. This is your moment. Shake off doubts, shake off fear and insecurity, and get ready for favor, get ready for increase, get ready for the fullness of your destiny. You can, you will!!
I was a sickly baby, and after two sets of adoptive parents took me home, they returned me to the orphanage because of a serious respiratory infection. But as they say, the third time's a charm, because my mom and dad adopted me and took me into their home where I was raised in a family full of love.
Ladies, [motherhood] is a full-time job.
Do not kid yourself that you can be a dental receptionist and a mother; that you can be a typist and a mom; that you can be a Vice President and a mom. One of the two things will win. Now look at your Bible and ask what you have to do.
I hate Mother's Day. If anything, it's an affront to all women who think full-time moms have never worked a day in their lives. Which reminds me of a good joke: What do you call an angry feminist on Mother's Day? You don't.
I'm a mom, a full-time mom when I'm not taping.
I do the carpool thing, and bake the cookies, and do the homework.
My mom had four kids, one with special needs.
She had a full-time job, and she still came home and made dinner for us every night, from scratch. It was amazing.
I'm almost a full-time mom.
I've always loved music. I wasn't one of those "composing since I was five" kids, but I was definitely involved with music since I was that age - singing in musicals and taking lessons. Lots of lessons! Singing, dancing, acting, drums set. My mom pretty much had a full-time job carting me all over town six days a week.
I always say to people that working full time and being a mom is probably the hardest job, because as a mom you think about your child 24/7.
My mother stopped working when she had my brother.
She was a full time mom until I started getting heavily into ice skating lessons, and it got to the point where they really needed my mom to earn an income.
Sometimes, when you briefly glance in Hollywood, there's a tendency to play it in a very "Yes, she's exhausted, and yes, she's working, and yes, she's taking care of her kids full time, and yes, she's a mom, but she's also in a great mood all the time."
I'm a full-time mom. I've never felt as prepared, as before maternity.
My mother was an English teacher before she became a full-time mom, and a huge proponent of reading, so she made sure I was an early and vigorous reader.
I pretty much started out writing full time.
I was an at-home mom and when my youngest entered kindergarten, I started writing. I was 35, and before that I really hadn't written at all. Which means, I guess, that a) it's never too late to start a writing career (or any career you really want) and b) it's OK to get to your mid-30s and still not know what you want to be when you grow up.
My mom has always been a huge inspiration.
She was a single mom raising two kids in New York. Now that is full-on all the time.
Feminists have mocked full-time motherhood as silly and old fashioned.
Maybe they're right. I mean, what do moms do really?
If I could keep a single moment for all time, that would be the one.
I became the very air; I was full of stars.
When I was growing up my mom was home.
She wanted to go to work, but she waited. She was educated as a teacher. The minute my youngest sister went to school full-time, from first grade, mom went back to work. But she balanced her life. She chose teaching, which enabled her to leave at the same time we left, and come home pretty much the same time we came home. She knew how to balance.
Of course a woman who decides to work full time as a mother in the home can be happy and deserves full respect from us. Motherhood is one of the most challenging and creative jobs anyone can do. The goal is to remake the world so that our choices are not so stark.