“Behind every great daughter is a truly amazing mom…who’s probably wondering what went wrong!”

“I smile because I’m your daughter. I laugh because there’s nothing you can do about it, mom!”

“Of course I love you, mom! Who else is going to listen to me complain about everything?”

“Dear mom, thanks for putting up with a spoiled, ungrateful, messy, bratty daughter like my sibling.”

“I asked my mom how to turn on the dishwasher. She replied, ‘Why? Are you planning on cleaning it?'”

“Mother and daughter relationship goals: The daughter sends a text, the mother replies three days later!”

“Behind every successful woman is a nagging mom asking when she’s going to settle down.”

“Dear mom, I’m sorry for everything I did when I was a teenager. You were right, I was wrong…about everything.”

“My mom always says, ‘Don’t worry, everything will be alright.’ And by ‘alright,’ she means ‘my way.'”

“If at first, you don’t succeed, try doing it the way your mom told you to in the first place.”

“Me: Mom, can I go out with my friends? Mom: No. Me: Why? Mom: Because I said so. The end.”

“Mom, can we get a dog? No dear, we already have a daughter who barks!”

“I got my sense of humor from my mom. Well, that and my good looks…kinda.” FAMOUS QUOTES ON SECOND CHANCES

“Mom: Why don’t you ever call me? Daughter: I called you last week. Mom: Oh, sorry. My phone was dead… for a whole week.”

Daughter: “Mom, I’m hungry!” Mom: “Hi hungry, I’m mom. Nice to meet you!”

“When life gets tough, remember you have a mom who believes in you… sometimes.”

“Mom: Why aren’t you married yet? Daughter: Because I can’t find someone as amazing as you, mom!”

“My mom always told me I could be whatever I wanted. Turns out, she was talking to my sister.”

“My mom’s superpower is pretending to know everything while googling it behind my back.”

Daughter: “Mom, can I have some money?” Mom: “Money doesn’t grow on trees.” Daughter: “Well, it could if you planted some!”

“They say daughters bring joy and laughter into the home…until they learn how to talk back.”

Daughter: “Mom, I think I’m in love.” Mom: “With who?” Daughter: “Food.” Mom: “Oh, I thought it was something serious!”

“Mom logic: If I’m not wearing my reading glasses, I can’t see that mess you’re telling me to clean up.”

Daughter: “Mom, I fell in love with an idiot.” Mom: “Oh sweetheart, that’s just genetics!”