Sentences with Dad, Sentences about Dad in English
1. How is your dad?
2. Did dad buy a new car?
3. I love my mom and dad.
4. Alex’s dad is very strict.
5. My mom and dad met in London.
6. Mom and Dad are playing tennis.
7. I am blessed to have Mom and Dad.
8. My dad never works on the weekends.
9. My Dad never works on the weekends.
10. We will wash my dad’s car tomorrow.
11. I always wanted what Mom and Dad had.
12. My dad is thinking of moving next week.
13. I need to help dad, then I can watch TV.
14. My dad bought a new green car this week.
15. My dad is confused about a new purchase.
16. My dad likes to eat cheese for breakfast.
17. My dad enjoys to eat cheese for breakfast.
18. My dad always gets up early in the morning.
19. My dad is always late for work in the morning.
20. Mom and Dad are going to buy a new car next week.
21. My dad will buy a new car and choose the green one.
22. My dad left when I was 3 1/2, and he left my mom and I.
23. If my dad hadn’t helped me, I couldn’t fix the car alone.
24. If my dad hadn’t helped me, I couldn’t fix the car alone.
25. On my mom’s side I’m Mexican, and my dad is a white dude.
26. Every kid needs to say, ‘I want what my mom and dad have.’
27. My dad was Jewish. My mom is not. So I was not raised anything.
28. My dad sold encyclopedias and my mom worked in a factory office.
29. I forgive my mom for being a psycho and my dad for being a loser.
30. Yes, I always remember my dad‘s, mom’s and my grandma’s perfumes.
31. When my dad divorced my mom it was kind of like him leaving me also.
32. I usually travel with a lot of people, like my dad, mom and sisters.
33. My dad believes in God, I think. I’m not sure if my mom does. I don’t.
34. My mother and dad love to go on vacation, they want to see new places.
35. My dad is a Deadhead, my mom’s a Jewish-American princess from Jersey.
36. My mom’s a social worker, and my dad works in non-profit organisations.
37. My dad‘s an architect and my mom owned a French bakery for twelve years.
38. My mom grew up in Kansas, my dad in Indiana. They had boring childhoods.
39. But my mother and father were married when my mom was 20 and my dad was 24.
40. I go off and make movies I come home, and I’m a dad and I hang with my girls.
41. I’m not a religious person. My mom was of Jewish blood and my dad was Protestant.
42. I think my mom put it best. She said, ‘Little girls soften their daddy’s hearts.’
43. My mom was Sicilian, my dad was Sicilian. Mom was a great cook, but all the women were.
44. Mom and Dad would stay in bed on Sunday morning, but the kids would have to go to church.
45. I bought a house for my mom, I bought a house for my dad, I bought a house for my sister.
46. My mom was a dancer, my dad‘s a singer and I’ve always had that kind of music in my life.
47. Studies show that children best flourish when one mom and one dad are there to raise them.
48. My mom’s a Catholic, and my dad‘s a Jew, and they didn’t want anything to do with anything.
49. I was born to a Nigerian dad and a Kenyan mom, and coming to the States was really academic.
50. My dad‘s half-Lebanese, my mom is full Lebanese. I’m three-quarters Lebanese. Irish-Lebanese.
51. It’s always been a dream of mine to get somewhere and to have my mom and dad with me up there.
52. I feel like I’ve lived quite a sheltered life, like my mom and dad were quite protective of me.
53. My mom and dad met at UCLA when he as a captain in the Air Force and she was in her junior year.
54. My mom came from such humble beginnings and especially my dad as well. He didn’t go to university.
55. My dad named me Dakota and my mom came up with my first name Hannah. So it’s Hannah Dakota Fanning.
56. Looking back, I think I was always musical. My dad was very musical, and I think my mom was musical.
57. I have great faith that Heaven’s there and I’ll see my brothers and my mom and dad when I get there.
58. The death of my father is probably the biggest thing that I ever faced. Daddy and I were best friends.
59. My mom’s been married three times my dad has been married a lot. I didn’t really see my dad that much.
60. My guess is my brother would call his mom and his dad pretty regularly, a lot more than I probably did.
61. I think a dad has to make his daughter feel that he’s genuinely interested in what she’s going through.
62. I grew up in a predominantly Caucasian neighborhood, but my mom is Filipino-Spanish and my dad is Irish.
63. If my Dad doesn’t like you, you will know. My Mom is just too innocent to ever lie. She doesn’t even cuss.
64. My original inspiration was my mom: a few years after the death of my dad, she started dating one my teachers!
65. My dad was a good athlete. My mom had longevity. There were some athletic genes that certainly got passed down.
66. My mom is a very warm, typical sort of Jewish-mother type. And my dad has a somewhat, um, different personality.
67. My dad was a golden gloves boxer in the Marine Corps, then a deputy sheriff. My mom worked as an office assistant.
68. My dad was my best friend and greatest role model. He was an amazing dad, coach, mentor, soldier, husband and friend.
69. My mom and dad met at Anaheim High School. After they got married, all they wanted to do was have four children, and they did.
70. In a school where everyone is famous or rich or whatever, you have a culture, ‘What does your dad do?’ ‘What does your mom do?’
71. It is a sad commentary of our times when our young must seek advice and counsel from ‘Dear Abby’ instead of going to Mom and Dad.
72. My mom was a waitress, and my dad was a plumber who worked for the City of San Clemente fixing mains breaks, so not too glamorous.
73. I was born and raised in East Los Angeles by a single mom who had three biological kids and adopted four more. I never met my dad.
74. My mom and dad are both in stand-up comedy, so that’s where I started, that’s where I got everything. My roots are holding the mic.
75. Mama and Daddy King represent the best in manhood and womanhood, the best in a marriage, the kind of people we are trying to become.
76. My dad instilled in me a great sense of humor. I wasn’t bullied at school because my outward attitude was confident, and that helps.
77. My dad is a very quick-witted, sarcastic, dry, humorous guy, whereas my mom’s very silly, and that side of the family is very musical.
78. One of the greatest titles in the world is parent, and one of the biggest blessings in the world is to have parents to call mom and dad.
79. I’m more like my father, personality-wise. But my mom and I get alone really well – obviously, because my mom and my dad get along so well.
80. My mom and my dad were married 56 years, and the fact that I reconciled with my dad I think made their marriage a little bit better as well.
81. Being an only child, I didn’t have any other family but my mom and dad really, since the rest of my family lived quite far away from London.
82. My children have never watched any of my films. Charlie knows that daddy makes movies, but he says they are not good enough for him to watch.
83. My daddy said, that the first time you fall in love, it changes you forever and no matter how hard you try, that feeling just never goes away.
84. I’m a military kid, both parents in the military – Mom did 12 years, Dad did 21, served in two wars. So discipline is something that was huge.
85. My hat was pulled down and this girl said ‘Are you really him?’ I whispered ‘Yeah, I’m really him.’ She screamed, ‘Mom! Dad! It’s Heath Ledger!
86. My mom and dad got divorced when I was very young, and growing up in a family where the head of the household wasn’t a man made a big difference.
87. My mom and dad put my brother and sister through university and they were very keen for us to have an academic background just to give us a chance.
88. My dad and mom believed that you do what you have to do in private and don’t make a big deal out of it. Just try to help people as much as you can.
89. I probably have an earlier curfew than anyone. My mom wants to keep me really safe and my dad‘s not overly protective, but he’s a dad no matter what.
90. Most young people haven’t used their storytelling skills since they were 8 or 9 or 10 and wanted to persuade Mom and Dad to take them to the ball game.
91. My parents divorced when I was young but I was brought up in two really loving households. I didn’t have a contentious relationship with my mom or dad.
92. My dad never blew anything up, but he probably had friends who did. He and my mom have always preached that the pen is mightier than a Molotov cocktail.
93. No one was more important than my mom and dad. I know they are watching from a place up in heaven here today to make sure all their kids are doing good.
94. My mom and dad just loved the fact that I fooled around. They just embraced it. They’d always kind of enjoy it, and they liked it when I made them laugh.
95. I was always okay with the fact that I was taller and bigger than everybody else growing up. My mom, my dad, and my friends always told me I was beautiful.
96. I didn’t come from a trailer park. I grew up middle class and my dad had money and my mom made my lunch. I got a car when I was sixteen. I’m proud of that.
97. My mom was a professional fitness competitor, so I go into the gym with her. I train with my dad and mother. It’s embarrassing, because she’s really strong.
98. We’ve always loved going to the movies. Our mom and dad are big movie fans. They’d take us on these movie orgys where we’d see sometimes three movies in a day.
99. My mom and dad played this music all the time when I was growing up, so to me songs by Jerry Lee and Fats Domino are the classics, they’re the best songs ever.
100. When I was younger, I had a perm, and it was really big. My mom was a hairdresser, so even my dad had a perm! I looked like a poodle, but it was cool at the time.
101. Usually a family is led through the mom or the dad and their career and for the family to be led by my career, even though God has led it, could be a lot of pressure.
102. My mom and dad gave their kids the greatest gift of all – the gift of unconditional love. They cared deeply about who we would be, and much less about what we would do.
103. My family, you know, are all still, you know, very close. We’re all still very close. Mom and Daddy are still alive. So, what more can you ask for? Your kids are healthy.
104. A company that pays attention to the family unit is a successful company. We don’t isolate the family. We don’t make rides that say, ‘Hey mom, dad, you go sit on the bench.’
105. Music was always the distraction, so it was the obvious choice to pursue. My dad always said to find a job I love to do, that way it wouldn’t feel like a job. So I did that.
106. You know when everyone’s watching, your mom and dad, your friends in high school who thought they were better than you. You get your chance to get in the spotlight and shine.
107. What is a normal childhood? We weren’t rich, we were pretty middle-class. My dad survived from job to job with him taking care of so many relatives, he couldn’t save any money.
108. Our songs touch people, and take them back to a time when there was no threat of terrorism, when you didn’t have to lock your doors and when Mom and Dad took care of everything.
109. I always had a standard of, back when I was doing the country music I always told people I would never record a song that I wouldn’t sit down and sing in front of my mom and dad.
110. I’m probably a little more like my dad. But because of my mom, I never saw being a woman as being an impediment to being able to do something. She had her Ph.D. before I was born.
111. Every family is different. I am mom and I am dad and I’m going to do my best. You should be proud, walk through life saying I have the coolest family. I am part of a modern family.
112. Mom was the one who taught me unconditional love. With Dad, I’d always felt there was something to live up to – expectations. But in the last year, we had a wonderful relationship.
113. No, like I said, my dad was never really part of the tennis. His involvement around what I did with the tennis and with my mom and my grandparents was really not a part of my life.
114. Work ethic has always been stressed in my family. My dad is going to be 80 years old and he still works part time. My mom just retired a couple years ago and she’s in her mid- to late 70s.
115. Most children – I know I did when I was a kid – fantasize another set of parents. Or fantasize no parents. They don’t tell their real parents about that – you don’t want to tell Mom and Dad.
116. I wanted to perform well for my mom and dad, because in high school, I didn’t have a job. My brothers, they worked at Pizza Hut or places like that, but sports, that was my way of giving back.
117. People who build family businesses are not classically trained. They have to deal with an enormous amount of politics. You think corporate politics are tough? Go work for your dad or your mom.
118. I listened to the radio, so I was influenced by everyone from Michael Jackson to Milli Vanilli. But thankfully my dad had a collection of Cat Stevens albums while my mom was listening to jazz.
119. If you end up with a boring miserable life because you listened to your mom, your dad, your teacher, your priest, or some guy on television telling you how to do your shit, then you deserve it.
120. My dad died when I was three so my mom had to raise four kids on her own, and I think there’s a part of me that pulls upon having watched my mom do that our whole lives. She had to make it work.
121. I had an amazing childhood, lots of love. But my dad worked his tail off, getting up at 4 in the morning and going off at 5, 6 o’clock, yet he always had time to spend with his kids and his wife.
122. My earliest acting memory is making up a play for my mom and dad called The Lonesome Baby. I have no idea what The Lonesome Baby was about. I just remember the title. But I’m sure it was an epic.
123. My dad is a bank president and my mom was an accountant and they didn’t think that seeking the life of a freelance writer was very practical, you see. Of course, I was just as determined to do it.
124. My dad‘s a doctor, and when I was 8, I went to one of his medical conferences where they were demonstrating laser surgery on a chicken. I was so mad that a chicken had to die, I never ate meat again.
125. I’m named after a horse. My mom’s best friend had a horse named Brooke, so my dad suggested ‘Brooklyn’ as a more formal version, and it just stuck – and now I live in Brooklyn part-time, so go figure.
126. I didn’t know my Dad – he moved out early. And my mom’s politics were kind of hardscrabble. She didn’t think about Democrats or Republicans. She thought about who made sense. I’ve been both in my life.
127. Our last jam session was this past Christmas. Dad played his harmonica, mom sang in English and Italian, and I played guitar. I’m so happy that we could share that musical experience for one last time.
128. My mom is in the navy and my dad works for the army, but I never called them ‘sir’ or ‘ma’am’ or anything like that, and we never really moved around a lot because both my parents were stationed in D.C.
129. You do need parental guidance and I was in a great position with both my mum and dad. They split when I was a baby but even though I stayed with my mom they were both very much involved in my upbringing.
130. My kids love it. I thought I was the coolest dad in the world when I got to be in a Bond film, but ‘Harry Potter’, too? Well, I think I qualify for a medal for exceptional parenting or something, don’t you?
131. My dad is a lawyer and my mom is an artist. So growing up was exactly what it sounds like – strict household but a lot of creativity. They are so psyched that I get to make music for a living. My parents rule.
132. When my dad was badly weakened by the flu and my mom wanted to call an ambulance to take him to the emergency room, he wouldn’t go unless he could shave first and change into a nice shirt and a pair of slacks.
133. He was my mum and dad‘s best friend. He’s a convicted murderer, but he’s broken out of wizard prison and he’s on the run. He likes to keep in touch with me, though…keep up with my news…check if I’m happy…