Top 90 Mum And Dad Quotes

In this post, you will find great Mum And Dad Quotes from famous people, such as Karen Bardsley, Ross Kemp, Jake Gyllenhaal, Steve Irwin, Benedict Cumberbatch. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

I've lived all my life in the U.S., but to be brutally

I’ve lived all my life in the U.S., but to be brutally honest, I don’t really have any ties to the country apart from my mum and dad. Most of the rest of my family live in the Stockport area, and I’ve always related more to that side of my background.
I read a lot of research notes about the countries I visit, and my mum and dad bought me a Kindle, but I’m still getting to grips with it. I prefer paper books.
My mum and dad are pretty amazing chefs and they spent most of my childhood cooking really extravagant things for my sister and me.
Since I was a boy, from this house, I was out rescuing crocodiles and snakes. My mum and dad were very passionate about that and, I was lucky enough to go along.
My mum and dad had worked incredibly hard to afford me an education.
Mum and Dad used to always follow me and support me, taking me to Newcastle on a Sunday morning after getting up at 7 A.M. They have always supported my football but always told me how important school was.
I’m like two different people. The way I sing comes from the music I listened to when I was younger, from black American R&B singers. My speaking voice is something else. It’s what my mum and dad taught me.
It was normal to us, like having a camera or seeing Mum and Dad play live – what you grow up with is normal to you. When you get a bit older and go to school, and see what other peoples families are like, then you start comparing it to your life.
My mum and dad aren’t actors, but we all sit around doing impressions.
A special thank you must go to my mum and dad and entire family for your unwavering support. It means so much for them to have followed and watched nearly all my games, sharing my highs and lows.
My mum and dad were incredibly supportivealthough I suspect my dad would have preferred me to go the university route. However, I know they were extremely proud when I won the 2011 BAFTA Best Actor for playing comedian Eric Morecambe in ‘Eric and Ernie.’
Daniel Rigby
I happily went on holiday with my parents until I was 18, because we always had such a good time that I didn’t want to venture off and do my own thing. I have very fond memories of those holidays with my brother, mum, and dad.
Mum and Dad started ‘This Morning’ the year I was born, so I was aware from a young age that they were famous. People would come up to us at Sunday lunch and say how much they liked the show.
My mum and dad were always supportive of me. They always let me express myself.
I’ve never not felt Maori, ever. And because of the era I grew up in, I was never not seen as that. I would walk down the street with Mum and Dad and people would say, ‘Look, there’s a little Maori girl.’
The moment my doctor told me, I went silent. My mum and dad were with me, then we all went to pieces. I was saying, No, I’ve got my flight to Sydney in two hours. I’m getting on a plane.
I’ve come from a working class background in South Wales with eight of us in a three bedroom house. Four boys in one bed, two sisters in the other bedroom and mum and dad in the box room.
My mum and dad both worked full-time jobs to send my sister and I to public school, and to allow us to play the sports we wanted.
Mum and dad thought I was going to say I was pregnant. I said oh no, no, I’ve just been nominated for a Golden Globe. They were like, oh that’s lovely, love.
Melissa George
My mum and dad have always enjoyed life, and it’s something that’s been instilled in me. I wake up in a good mood most mornings.
Rafe Spall
I get on fine with my mum and dad, but if they want to see the grandchildren, they come to me.
I love my mum and dad, but they were shocking providers and carers.
I didn’t have any role models really. My best friend was a dog. My mum and dad saved a dog from the gutter and that dog was my brother before Jesse was born. Sami was his name and he was my role model.
I know exactly where I’ve come from, I know exactly who my mum and dad are.
Mum and Dad ran a seaside hotel in Anstruther in Fife. It was a family run business, so I worked in the kitchen and helped out as a chambermaid and waitress.
I think the charm that ‘Take Me Out’ has, is that your mum and dad can watch, understand and enjoy it, students can understand it and you can watch it with your friends.
I had no sympathy with my mum and dad.
My mum and dad are quite hippyish, so I’m pretty naive. I take everyone at face value.
I don’t come from a theatrical background, but my mum and dad had fantastic taste in cinema and TV and I loved watching what they watched.
Attraction doesn’t stop when a child is born. It’s the opposite. Being a mum and dad makes you even sexier.
When I was young, I first went into the theatre which opened up across from my house. My mum and dad put me in there, not to become an actor or anything but to get rid of my shyness, which was so bad, to the point it was painful. My time there was all about encouragement and improvisation.
When I went to Burnley I'd only been a pro for 14 month

When I went to Burnley I’d only been a pro for 14 months. I wasn’t even entirely sure where it was! I always lived at home with my mum and dad and it’s a long way from Bournemouth.
Charlie Austin
My mum and dad were together 55 years, I don’t think they spent a day apart.
I grew up as a Muslim: it was quite a conservative upbringing; I didn’t wear mini-skirts. But my mum and dad had a good sense of humour and were creative. I guess all of that shaped me.
I feel very warm towards Mum and Dad for giving us the independence they did. My childhood, and the fact we didn’t have a TV, gave me a boundless imagination.
Dido Armstrong
I won an award when I was 15 and my mum and dad were very proud and so was I but for me, individual things like that aren’t as significant as I have been part of so much and there were weeks and months of hard work building up to those pinnacle moments and they can be full of moments of pride.
After my mum and dad got divorced, I was entitled to free school dinners, but my mum said, ‘Under no circumstances,’ because she was proud.
I was given a Roberts digital radio by my mum and dad. I think it’s my favorite possession.
I don’t want to achieve less than my mum and dad.
It would be nice if I did have a good relationship with my family, and yes, part of me longs to have a mum and dad who love and accept me for who I am. But if they never do, it’s OK.
Mum and Dad had high expectations of us as human beings – it wasn’t just about education. It’s a fantastic way to go about parenting, and I aspire to that.
I always knew I wanted an educational background, and my mum and dad were quite big on that.
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.
I was eight when independence happened. I remember my mum and dad getting dressed up to go to the independence concert to go listen to Bob Marley. Independence was such a wonderful time; we had so many expectations of the kind of country we would become. The vision of the government then was a wonderful vision.
For Mum and Dad… work and home is family, so work is family and home is family. We grew up with that.
I’m a huge romantic but I’ve been unlucky in love. My mum and dad have been together since my mum was 18 and the problem with that is that me and my sister are always looking for my dad. And he doesn’t exist because, well, Dad’s Dad!
Kym Marsh
My mum and dad came from lower-working-class Glasgow, which was tough. Literally, if you see a cat there with a tail, it’s a tourist.
My grandparents divorced, both of them, and then my mum and dad did. So it’s like, divorce, divorce, divorce.
The best thing my mum and dad did was to send me to the local youth theatre. I loved that; I felt I’d found the thing I really wanted to do.
Because I see my mum and dad as such amazing friends, I think I’ll be a really good dad.
I thought, as a kid, that I was The Doctor’s biggest fan, so my mum and dad bought me a battery-operated Dalek. I must have worn it out, I played with it so much.
Both my mum and dad were great readers, and we would go every Saturday morning to the library, and my sister and I had a library card when we could pass off something as a signature, and all of us would come with an armful of books.
I remember the day me and my brother ate and my mum and dad did not. I know what they did for me to reach the top.
My mum and dad were speaking all the time about, ‘In Sudan we do this,’ and ‘In Egypt we do that,’ so I was very aware of cultural differences. I was confused growing up; it gave me a feeling of being an outsider watching others. But I think this is good for a writer.
Leila Aboulela
My mum and dad are both really funny. My granddad’s really funny. My uncle’s really funny. Everyone’s really funny. You have to be quick; otherwise, you get roasted. Everyone takes the piss quite a lot. You have to be really sharp.
La Mancha is a very macho, chauvinistic society. I saw very clearly that my life had to be in Madrid, and I liberated myself from my mum and dad after high school.
The Midwest isn’t somewhere you mix with those from the performing arts. But my mum and dad would go off to Chicago every so often to see shows. They would bring back the albums and the movies, those little eight metres, and we would all watch. I think that was when I fell in love with acting.
We had this little yard, and during the summer holidays, when my mum and dad were working, I spent hours bowling a golf ball at a stick. Just bowling, bowling, bowling. And I got to where I could hit the stick every time, repeating the same action. That’s where the darts came from.
Both Mum and Dad were converts to Catholicism, and normally if you convert to Catholicism you have thought about it more than someone who just grew up with it, taking it for granted.
Mum and Dad used to do a lot of entertaining. We had quite a nice house, so everybody descended on us at Christmasaunts and uncles, who weren’t even aunts and uncles.
Everything that moved, I was kicking it. You can ask my mum and dad. A stone, a can, whatever.
My childhood memories are filled with hugs and kisses from both my mum and dad. My mum has a thing about kissing you an odd number of times: if she kisses you once, all good, but if she kisses you twice, then you know another one has to follow and, weirdly, she tends to go for the forehead.
My mum and dad were very strict with me and I am gratef

My mum and dad were very strict with me and I am grateful for that because all I wanted to do was play football and I didn’t want to go to school.
Mum and Dad died of heart problems, my grandparents died of it, my sister has had mini strokes, my brother has had a heart attack – it’s genetic; there’s nothing I can do.
Mum and Dad split up when I was nine. We upped and moved from London to Sussex, and suddenly I went from an urban life to nothing in the countryside – with a new father and new life.
My mum and dad weren’t wealthy people. We used to have pasta every day, meat once a week, fish was once every two weeks, presents only at Christmas and birthday.
My mum and dad are great mates.
I’m always being told I’ve got an old head on young shoulders, which is probably due to the way my mum and dad brought me up.
I grew up in Northern Ireland, didn’t have a lot of money and getting over to Glasgow to watch a game was probably a lot to expect from my mum and dad.
My mum and dad were born into nothing and came to this country with nothing. They’ve had to make so many sacrifices so I wouldn’t have to make any, and always supported me.
My mum and dad pushed me to work hard in my earlier years in education.
My mum and dad are both sportspeople and know what’s it all about. They know it’s hard work, but they also know what it takes to become a professional athlete. I don’t think – without their help, I wouldn’t have got this far.
I’ve definitely done something that’s made my mum and dad forever proud.
I’ve got a really great family round me, two sisters and an older brother and my mum and dad. Everybody’s equal.
I grew up in a commissioned house in the next suburb over, Mount Abbot. It was a two-bedroom house with me, my brother, and my two sisters. Mum and Dad slept in the lounge, and we didn’t have wallpaper.
I do love a bit of fashion. I grew up around a lot of it as my mum and dad had clothing stores so my mum was always designing a lot, and I definitely had that as an influence.
Worse than finding out you’re pregnant at 17 is having to tell your mum and dad.
I’m from a family of fighters. My mum and dad have had their share of bad times and struggles when dad lost his business and then had a cardiac arrest, but they’ve always battled on.
Kym Marsh
My mum and dad got divorced when I was nine and my brother was seven, and all they strived to do was to make sure we weren’t affected.
My mum and dad teach, and all my brothers and sisters have been in ‘Riverdance’ and so forth. So I was forced to become a dancer; it’s part of my family history.
Sean Maguire
My family taught me to be adventurous. As fearless eaters, mum and dad were never afraid of exposing us to strange textures, scents, and offally bits – the works.
In the ’80s the band was 24/7. You were only as good as what you were producing at any given moment. Now my family is more important. I also think having the shock of your mum and dad dying humbles you slightly.
The kids think we’re wacky. Mum and Dad are in showbiz – they don’t know any other way. They’ve grown up travelling all over the world and are getting a worldly education. My son is 12 and he can speak eloquently on religions and cultures.
Deborra-Lee Furness
I started writing my own symphony. I wrote about a page and a half. My mum and dad took it into music class and gave it, pleased as punch, to the teacher, Miss Montgomery. She played it on the piano for them. So I think they’re the only ones that ever heard it.
My mum and dad split up when I was five years old, and that was quite upsetting. But ever since then, I’ve been very hard.
My mum and dad did everything for me. They supported me, gave me a lot of advice. That support is everything. It gives you the confidence you need.
Before, I guess, mum and dad were everything, but now, in my case, I had two new girls and all of a sudden they’re completely dependent on you and there’s a third generation. It’s a funny shift all of a sudden. You have the babies, you have yourself and then you have your parents.
I drove my mum and dad mad.
The first time my mum and dad went to the theatre was at my drama school in third year.
Amanda Hale
Money and success haven‘t really changed my beliefs or opinions over the years. When I was growing up, my mum and dad split when I was 13 or 14, during the early-Nineties recession. At that time, my dad went bankrupt, and it played a huge part in it all at home.