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.
My mum and dad had worked incredibly hard to afford me an education.
My mum and dad aren’t actors, but we all sit around doing impressions.
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 had no sympathy with my mum and dad.
Attraction doesn’t stop when a child is born. It’s the opposite. Being a mum and dad makes you even sexier.
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.
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.
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.
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.
My grandparents divorced, both of them, and then my mum and dad did. So it’s like, divorce, divorce, divorce.
Because I see my mum and dad as such amazing friends, I think I’ll be a really good dad.
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.
Mum and Dad used to do a lot of entertaining. We had quite a nice house, so everybody descended on us at Christmas – aunts and uncles, who weren’t even aunts and uncles.
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.
My mum and dad are great mates.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.