Inside: Finding the right mother-daughter quote can help communicate your feelings, because explaining the force of a mother’s love can be hard. Here are some of our favorites.
Parenting teenage daughters can be both beautiful and brutal all at the same time. One minute they are giving you hugs and snuggling with you on the couch watching your favorite TV shows and then the next minute their slamming the door in your face and screaming how much they hate you.
It’s not an easy time at all, but mama’s love their teen daughters fiercely and even with all the drama we would trade if for the world. They are are hearts and our souls out walking around.
If you’re looking for a little support and inspiration to help get you through these turbulent years with your teen daughter. Or needing a little reminder of how worth it raising a teenage daughter really is then maybe these mother-daughter quote images will bring you comfort, joy and a little reassurance.
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The Best Quotes For Mothers of Teenage Daughters
“A daughter is someone you laugh with, dream with and love with all your heart.” – Unknown
“I would have given anything to keep her little. They outgrow us so much faster than we outgrow them.” -Jodi Picoult
It is a gift when a daughter understands a mother’s love for her child, but sometimes we just need to tell it like it is. “Dear Teenagers: We may annoy you, lecture you, embarrass you, drive you crazy and even make you hate us some days. But NO ONE will ever love you like we do.” – Moms of Teens Everywhere
This is such an important mother daughter quote about the powerful role we play in our daughters’ lives.
“We mothers have a wonderfully precious and truly powerful role to play in the future self-images of our daughters. The model of our own empowerment gives our daughters permission to be powerful.”
– Melia Keeton-Digby
“She was beautiful but not like those girls in magazines, she was beautiful for the way she thought and for the sparkle in her eyes when she talked about something she loves, she was beautiful for her ability to make other people smile even if she was sad. She wasn’t beautiful for something as temporary as her looks, she was beautiful deep down to her soul.” – Natalie Newman
We love this mother daughter quote that simply says, “You are enough.”
“You are beautiful. You are valuable. You are enough.”
“The fairy tales we should tell our daughters should be about strong women with real flaws, immense amounts of courage and incredible qualities. Let us raise girls who don’t just wait to be rescued, but take their destiny in their own hands, pick up swords and weapons of their own and charge to battle dragons and their enemies.” Nikita Gill
“We need to teach our daughters the difference between:
a man who flatters her and a man who compliments her
A man who spends money on her and a man who invests in her
A man who views her as property and a man who views her properly,
A man who lusts after her and a man who loves her,
A man who believes he’s a gift to women and a man who believes she’s a gift to him.” – Author Unknown
“The main problem with teenagers is that they are just like their parents were at their age.”
“As kids reach adolescence, they need more than ever for us to watch over them. Adolescence is not about letting go, it’s about hanging on during a very bumpy ride.” – Ron Taffel
“No matter how old my daughter gets, she’ll always be my baby girl.”
“Brave Girl. Whatever dream or wish you hold in your heart, I hope you go for it brave girl. I hope you believe in yourself with your entire being – and in those moments that you might not, I hope you pretend until you do believe again. I hope you never settle when it comes to your dreams – I hope you always chase them with wild lust and fiery passion. I hope you never let the doubters and the nonbelievers stop you and that you let your obstacles strengthen and humble you. Brave girl, I hope you go for your dreams because they are yours to have.”
– Walk The Earth
“Dear Teen – If you don’t hate me at least once in your life, I’m probably not doing my job right.”
“If I could give my daughter three things, it would be the confidence to always know her self-worth, the strength to chase her dreams, and the ability to know how truly, deeply loved she is.”