37 Things Moms Say Every Day

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Whether you are a mom or you have one, you know there are things that moms say every single day. It’s almost like their life is on repeat. The things they say are mom specific and cross all demographics of moms. No child is safe from these words, phrases and one-liners. If you haven’t heard them all, you’ve probably heard at least 99.9% of them once in your life.

37 Things Moms Say Every Day: 

1. “Shut. The. Door.”

2. “You weren’t born in a barn.” (this is usually used in direct relation to #1.)

3. “Bring back the change.”

4. “That dress/skirt/pair of shorts is too short.”

5. “You aren’t leaving the house in that.”

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6. “Eat your dinner, there are plenty of hungry kids who would love to have a plate of brussels sprouts.”

7. “Is your homework done?”

8. “Did you brush your teeth? You don’t want to be known as the kid with bad breath.”

9. “Make your bed.”

10. “No.”

11. “No.”

12. “I’m not asking you, I’m telling you.”

13. “Please stop crying.”

14. “Did you feed the dog/cat/chickens?”

15. “Stop fighting.”

16. “I’m pulling this car over.”

17. “Wipe that smirk off your face.” (this may relate more to moms with teens.)

18. “I am not going to ask you again.”

19. “Who did this?”

20. “Oh, must have been the invisible person who lives here.” (related to #19)

21. “I’m counting to three…”

22. “We’re late!”

23. “Can you move any faster?”

24. “Because I said so.”

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25. “Don’t slam the door.”

26. “Turn the music/TV/radio down.”

27. “Do it yourself. You’ve got two legs.”

28. “Why are you still up?”

29. “Do you feel okay?”

30. “Are you listening to me? Because it doesn’t look like you are.”

31. “I can’t wait for you to have your own house so I can come over and mess it up.”

32. “SHUT THE REFRIGERATOR.”

33. “Don’t make me come over there.”

34. “Tell your sister/brother thank you.”

35. “Pick up your dirty clothes.”

36. “Have you changed your socks lately?”

37. “I love you.”

Even after saying the other 36 things, #37 is by far, the most common.

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