Sentences with Mom, Sentences about Mom in English
1. I’m a mom first.
2. My mom was tough.
3. Happy birthday, mommy!
4. I love my mom and dad.
5. My mom has cooked food.
6. I’m a stay at home mom.
7. My mom is a sculptress.
8. Home is where my mom is.
9. I need to rest a moment.
10. I want to be a cool mom.
11. I’m like any working mom.
12. My mom died when I was 8.
13. Hold on a moment, please.
14. I want to be a loving mom.
15. My mom made us a big cake.
16. My mom wasn’t a movie star.
17. I’m almost a full-time mom.
18. My mom and I are very close.
19. My mom makes delicious food.
20. I always wanted to be a mom.
21. My mom baked cookies for me.
22. My mom must be making a cake.
23. My mom is definitely my rock.
24. My mom and dad met in London.
25. I have no money at the moment.
26. My mom‘s a secret Rastafarian.
27. When will you visit your moms?
28. I’ve always wanted to be a mom.
29. I want to be a mom who listens.
30. My mom obviously had a problem.
31. I am a mom as well as a senator!
32. She is having tea at the moment.
33. I am blessed to have Mom and Dad.
34. My father is dancing with my mom.
35. I’m a mom first, a singer second.
36. I think I’m a really hands-on mom.
37. I love every second of being a mom.
38. It’s the perfect moment for a kiss.
39. My mom was paranoid about my safety.
40. Why don’t you sit down for a moment?
41. My mom wants to disinfect the house.
42. My mom and I have always had issues.
43. I always wanted what Mom and Dad had.
44. It’s the excellent moment for a kiss.
45. It’s the wonderful moment for a kiss.
46. I know how to do anything, I’m a mom.
47. Everything I am is because of my mom.
48. I think, it was a significant moment.
49. I am doing my homework at the moment.
50. Sinatra was just one of Mom’s friends.
51. My mom knows pretty well how I see her.
52. My mom introduced me to science-fiction.
53. I begged my mom to let me start skating.
54. My cat is eating its food at the moment.
55. After a moment, his eyes flutter closed.
56. Don’t forget, it may occur at any moment.
57. My nickname for my mom was ‘The Compass.’
58. And to this day, my Mom is my role model.
59. My mom said let’s go to the market later.
60. Everyone checks out my mom. My mom‘s hot.
61. My mom taught me not to talk about money.
62. Oh, my mom. She’s one of my biggest fans.
63. My mom was definitely very strict with me.
64. My mom and my stepdad are both therapists.
65. I wanted to marry a girl just like my mom.
66. I was really lucky. My gal pal was my mom.
67. She would have to come just at that moment.
68. I have a chaperone everywhere I go – my mom.
69. I remember my mom dressed like Janis Joplin.
70. As a mom, I don’t have much time for beauty.
71. My mom put me in a Pampers commercial on TV.
72. My mom did costumes for the Pointer Sisters.
73. My whole life sort of ended when my mom died.
74. I look up to my mom. She’s a beautiful woman.
75. I slept with my mom until I was 16 years old.
76. I’m a just a mom when I walk down the street.
77. It’s superfun being a mom, but it’s hard too.
78. My mom always says we have to be good people.
79. I would make my mom buy me the toy doctor kit.
80. The past has no power over the present moment.
81. My mom is painfully sweet she’s from Nebraska.
82. Miracles come in moments. Be ready and willing.
83. Being a mom has made me so tired. And so happy.
84. My mother was predominately a stay-at-home mom.
85. My mom, she’s still always there for me. Always.
86. I have not been talking with you, he was my mom.
87. My mom is a constant in my life in so many ways.
88. I consider my mom and all my sisters my friends.
89. It’s always been my mom and I against the world.
90. I have not been talking with you, she was my mom.
91. I love kids and children, and I love being a mom.
92. I want to be a fun mom. Not a gasping for air mom.
93. You know, I loved math. My mom was a math teacher.
94. There is nothing I love more than my role as a mom.
95. My mom and my father’s birthday are on the same day.
96. My mom is not trying to live vicariously through me.
97. My mom taught us the Serenity Prayer at a young age.
98. I’ve learned that every working mom is a superwoman.
99. My mom always says I cut my teeth on the church pew.
100. My mom was a great cook and great baker all her life.
101. My mom will go on vacation with her friends tomorrow.
102. My mom took me to a Dolly Parton concert when I was 3.
103. I’m a full-time mom right now and a part-time actress.
104. My mom sang in high school choir and so did my father.
105. My mom put me in dance classes when I was 5 years old.
106. My dad left when I was 3 1/2, and he left my mom and I.
107. I want to be as healthy as I can because I’m a mom now.
108. The best way to pay for a lovely moment is to enjoy it.
109. I’d lose my mind if I heard my kid call the nanny Mommy.
110. It’s impossible to put yourself first when you’re a mom.
111. My mom won’t let anyone treat me like a little princess.
112. My mom was a saint. She taught me to be terminally nice.
113. When you’re sick, nobody takes care of you like your mom.
114. On my mom‘s side I’m Mexican, and my dad is a white dude.
115. My mom knows when something is real and something is not.
116. My mom doesn’t get the whole gay thing, but she loves me.
117. My mom always made sure I lived my life as a regular kid.
118. I pretty much borrow my entire beauty regime from my mom.
119. 50.I use water when making pasta whereas my mom uses eggs.
120. Every kid needs to say, ‘I want what my mom and dad have.’
121. I think my love of journalizing my life comes from my mom.
122. In that moment, Blue was a little in love with all of them.
123. There is nothing like becoming a mom to fill you with fear.
124. I was always at peace because of the way my mom treated me.
125. My mom‘s hot. I mean she’s old, but my mom‘s out of control.
126. When I was really young, my mom enrolled me in dance classes.
127. My mom‘s gonna be the biggest star – mark my words right now!
128. My mom, Emilie, always taught me to think hard about marriage.
129. The one thing my mom will let me get is a nice shoe sometimes.
130. It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.
131. Growing up, my ideals were Barbra Streisand, Cher, and my mom.
132. My mom taught me how to make grilled chicken, and I bake, too.
133. My mom gives me an allowance. She keeps me pretty tight-reined.
134. One time my mom tried to ground me, but that lasted 15 minutes.
135. My dad was Jewish. My mom is not. So I was not raised anything.
136. I love playing moms. It’s a lot easier than being a mom, I hear.
137. My mom was amazing. She believed in me and we were best friends.
138. I’m really happy to be a mom, and I’m proud of the phase I’m in.
139. Over the years my mom has become a self-taught Biblical scholar.
140. I think my mom threatened to put me up for adoption a few times.
141. My dad sold encyclopedias and my mom worked in a factory office.
142. When I see my mom in the stands, it always pushes me to succeed.
143. Life is a succession of moments. To live each one is to succeed.
144. Once my mom passed away, I have nobody to answer to. It’s great.
145. My mom was a model. She had me at 20, so she was a young mother.
146. My mom wants me to squeeze all the lemons for the party tonight.
147. The ‘believe’ tattoo is because my mom always told me to believe.
148. I was born to a single mom and raised by her and my grandparents.
149. My mom is very confident and she was always a role model of mine.
150. Yes, I always remember my dad’s, mom‘s and my grandma’s perfumes.
151. I’m proud of what I look like. I’m proud that I look like my mom.
152. I forgive my mom for being a psycho and my dad for being a loser.
153. My mom was at every single game I played as a kid, rain or shine.
154. Mindfulness is not chasing the moment but beautifying the moment.
155. I’m sure that my mom would have been happy with any path I chose.
156. Being a mom is hard, I think a lot of working moms feel that way.
157. My mom is the backbone not just of my family but of many families.
158. Death is contagious; it is contracted the moment we are conceived.
159. My mom‘s passionate and energetic and very funny and enthusiastic.
160. As a mom I know that raising children is the hardest job there is.
161. I told my mom I would graduate. I owe that much to her and myself.
162. I’m so happy and thankful I made it a point be a stay-at-home mom.
163. I burnt myself out of skating. I was ready to focus on being a mom.
164. It is impossible to feel grateful and depressed in the same moment.
165. One way to keep momentum going is to have constantly greater goals.
166. I’m looking forward to being a mom and a wife and a business owner.
167. Losing my mom at such a young age had a profound effect on my life.
168. My mom was a ’70s mom. She paved a road that no one had yet walked.
169. I’m a nice, happily married wife and mom and I live in Connecticut.
170. My mom was a nice women. Be that as it may, she hated conservatives.
171. In Hollywood, you play a mom and instantly, you’ve got osteoporosis.
172. My father wasn’t really involved and my mom is the light in my life.
173. My mother was a single mom, and most of the women I know are strong.
174. When my dad divorced my mom it was kind of like him leaving me also.
175. My mom‘s discipline worked out perfectly. I wouldn’t change a thing.
176. I usually travel with a lot of people, like my dad, mom and sisters.
177. We have more possibilities available in each moment than we realize.
178. There are days when I wonder why my mom couldn’t be here to see this.
179. My mom was dying for me to write a book, she was my biggest advocate.
180. Before you’re a mom you don’t know what gear is going to be relevant.
181. I have so much respect for my mom and all the women across the world.
182. My mom‘s never been married. I’ve never even seen my mom kiss a dude.
183. The future is completely open, and we are writing it moment to moment.
184. My sisters and mom raised me to respect women and open doors for them.
185. My dad believes in God, I think. I’m not sure if my mom does. I don’t.
186. I came from a broken home, so my mom was a major influence in my life.
187. My dad is a Deadhead, my mom‘s a Jewish-American princess from Jersey.
188. There are lots of different ways for women to be a mom in this culture.
189. Becoming a mom made me more contentious about expressing my true taste.
190. My mom will make me walk the dogs or take out the trash when I go home.
191. My mom‘s a social worker, and my dad works in non-profit organisations.
192. If my mom reads that I’m grammatically incorrect I’ll have hell to pay.
193. The moment you cheat for the sake of beauty, you know you’re an artist.
194. My dad’s an architect and my mom owned a French bakery for twelve years.
195. I became a mom at 37 and having a child has been an emancipation for me.
196. My mom insisted on multigrain bread and never allowed soda in the house.
197. My mom grew up in Kansas, my dad in Indiana. They had boring childhoods.
198. When I came out of my mom‘s womb, I had ‘sitcom’ stamped on my forehead.
199. I used to do skits for my mom… and I was always entertaining as a kid.
200. Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it.
201. My mom always said that there would be haters. Not everyone can love ya.
202. My mom brought me up to believe that my talent is a gift and a blessing.
203. My mom would have liked it that I patterned myself more after Jimmy Reed.
204. My sisters and my mom, those people help me get through every single day.
205. If I lived alone, Mom’d never sleep because she wouldn’t know I was okay.
206. I’m a Mommy’s Girl – the strongest influence in my young life was my mom.
207. My Mom always cooked healthy. Greek food lends itself to cooking healthy.
208. My mom always said, ‘Don’t date a guy who thinks he’s prettier than you.’
209. If you would ask my mom what books I liked growing up, I liked Dr. Seuss.
210. What mom cares about most is that I’m happy, healthy and enjoying my life.
211. My mom drives me crazy sometimes, but I have a good relationship with her.
212. Being a mom makes me feel whole and like I understand the meaning of life.
213. My mom used to tell me: ‘It’s not what you weigh it’s what you look like.’
214. My mom is still yelling at me because she needs more autographed pictures.
215. I always say I am a realist, and my mom says, ‘No, you just have anxiety.’
216. I had always loved to write and my mom was my editor for my school papers.
217. But my mother and father were married when my mom was 20 and my dad was 24.
218. When I was 12 I cried to my mom, because I never got my letter to Hogwarts.
219. I would borrow my mom‘s red Borghese lipstick and smear it on like a clown!
220. My mom moved up between Leland and Greenville when I was just a little tot.
221. Once you’re a mom, always a mom. It’s like riding a bike, you never forget.
222. My mom was an actress in the local Seattle theater doing experimental plays.
223. I love being a single mom. But it’s definitely different when you’re dating.
224. I think because I became a mom later in life, everything in life means more.
225. Financial hardships were rough on us, even though Mom had a good job at G.M.
226. To dare is to lose ones footing momentarily. To not dare is to lose oneself.
227. My mom listened to the Beatles and Elvis, a lot of different types of music.
228. It’s fun to play mom. Last I knew I was playing a 17-year-old who graduated.
229. My mom FedExes a red velvet cake she makes from scratch to me every birthday.
230. Throughout my life, my mom has been the person that I’ve always looked up to.
231. I think there’s a danger of a being typecast as the all-American mom forever.
232. We have to get back to the beauty of just being alive in this present moment.
233. Doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment.
234. Life is not measured by the breaths you take, but by its breathtaking moments.
235. My mom is this liberal, feminist, Mormon powerhouse. I just love her to death.
236. My marriage to my husband, Bart Conner in 1996 is my proudest personal moment.
237. I was a single mom that raised two bright, beautiful, and compassionate girls.
238. I was a brownie for a day. My mom made me stop. She didn’t want me to conform.
239. When I was 10 years old my mom used to play Tupac while she cleaned the house.
240. My mom was a diabetic. Her sister was a diabetic, so I was already a candidate.
241. If we are not fully ourselves, truly in the present moment, we miss everything.
242. My mom told me to do whatever I wanted to do and don’t get too anxious about it.
243. I think my mom put it best. She said, ‘Little girls soften their daddy’s hearts.’
244. The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.
245. I’m not a religious person. My mom was of Jewish blood and my dad was Protestant.
246. Being the only man in the household with my mom definitely helped me grow up fast.
247. My mom used to say that Greek Easter was later because then you get stuff cheaper.
248. My mom said the only reason men are alive is for lawn care and vehicle maintenance.
249. Being a working mom is not easy. You have to be willing to screw up at every level.
250. I dyed my hair blonde when I was 14. My mom was not happy. But I love being blonde.
251. Naturally, people are curious about how my real mom feels about me having a TV mom.
252. If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.
253. My mom put me and my sisters in the water to feel comfortable, to have water safety.
254. Trying to be Supermom is as futile as trying to be Perfect Mom. Not going to happen.
255. Thousands upon thousands of them. Let’s take each moment, seize it and wring it dry.
256. Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you’re wrong.
257. Something my mom taught me when I was little is that everything happens for a reason.
258. The most important thing in my father’s life? World peace. Me and my brother. My mom.
259. I hear my friends and my mom tell me I’m special, but honestly, I still don’t get it.
260. I was labeled a troublemaker, my mom an unfit mother, and I was not welcome anywhere.
261. Life is not measured by the breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath.
262. As far as I’m concerned, there’s no job more important on the planet than being a mom.
263. If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape one hundred days of sorrow.
264. My mom loved rock ‘n roll. My father hated it. We couldn’t play it when he was around.
265. My mom is at my house every day, and she nags me about everything, especially hygiene.
266. Also, my mom and family are very important to me and I know that this is not expected.
267. Kindle of kittens, standing together and waiting for their mom, they were really cute.
268. My mom won’t let me buy high-fashion stuff unless it’s TK Maxx or a birthday occasion.
269. For every moment of triumph, for every instance of beauty, many souls must be trampled.
270. I could get away with not taking care of myself as a bachelorette but as a mom I can’t.
271. These are constantly changing; they do not remain the same for two consecutive moments.
272. My mom lived by herself with two kids. Sacrifice was the name of the game at our house.
273. If I have any talent at all it’s from God, and my mom, who was on Capitol Records also.
274. My mom was Sicilian, my dad was Sicilian. Mom was a great cook, but all the women were.
275. My father still is a lawyer, and my mom was a teacher and then later a career counselor.
276. Death can’t be so bad if mom went through it. It makes it easier for the child to follow.
277. My mom always says, ‘If you don’t believe in something, you’ll lose yourself completely.’
278. I bought a house for my mom, I bought a house for my dad, I bought a house for my sister.
279. My mom was a dancer, my dad’s a singer and I’ve always had that kind of music in my life.