Mother’s Day 2019 Card Ideas Quotes, Heartfelt Messages, Poems: As we all know Mother’s Day is just a few days away and you must have planned something great for your mother. Whatever you are planning on this special occasion, one thing is very common and vital for this extraordinary day and that is a Mother’s Day Card for your amazing mom. No matter what you do and give to your mother, a card, especially the handmade one can melt your mom’s heart as it is filled with lots of true sentiments and emotions.
On the beautiful occasion of Mother’s Day, we have tried to collect some of the best card messages that you can write to your mother and make her feel more amazing on this wonderful day.
Inspirational Quotes To write in your Mother’s Day Cards
Mothers hold their children’s hands for a short while, but their hearts forever, I love you mum. Happy Mother’s Day.
Right from the start, you were the one who nurtured me, prayed over me, worried about me, guided me and supported me in every pursuit. Thank you for being there every day with just the love I needed.
Where would I be without you? You taught me to walk and read and write and sing and skip and ride a bike and a million other things besides. Thank you for everything, I love you and I hope you have a beautiful Mother’s Day.
It’s truly amazing to me how, after a long and hard day, you come home and always smile. Thank you for being the sweetest mother ever! Happy Mother’s Day!
Another beautiful woman, Sophia Loren, once said “When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child” – thank you for thinking twice a million times for me.
Happy Mother’s Day! I don’t say it nearly enough but thank you for all you’ve done for me in my life and everything you still do.
Short Happy Mother’s Day Messages and Sentiments
Mom… You’re the best! Thanks for all you do. Happy Mother’s Day!
May all the love you gave to us come back to you a hundredfold on this special day!
Wishing you all the love and happiness you so richly deserve… happy Mother’s Day!
Thank you for always being there, Mom. Happy Mother’s Day!
Because of you, I am me. Happy Mother’s Day!
Wishing you a fabulous Mother’s Day! You’re the best mom I could have asked for.
Heartfelt Mother’s Day Card Messages
Dear mother, you have shown me true love without a measure, in your arms I find my safest haven that shelters me whenever the storms rises beyond ability.
A mom like you I could never replace.
Your actions and words are full of such grace.
You’re truly a treasure, so I’m writing to say
I hope you have a lovely Mother’s Day!
I love you, Mom!
You are the greatest gift from the heavens mother, filled with love and care for all your children and the entire family.
Your smile brightens each day just as the morning rays shines on the hills and it’s with doubt that this gives us the courage to face the new day with joy.
It’s my time to know you that how fortunate and special I am to be blessed with a mother as caring, loving as you. Wish you a happy Mother’s Day Mom.
Nothing can be compared to the love a mother has for her children. Your love is incomparable, unconditional and inseparable. No matter where I go or what I do, at the end of the day I always find myself finding solace in your advice. I love you too Mommy. Happy Mother’s day.
I believe in love at the first sight for you are the first person I saw when I opened my eyes and have loved you since that day dear mum.
Mom, you’ve always been there for me. There’s no way I could ever fully express my gratitude for all you’ve done for me. I love you! Happy Mother’s Day.
With zeal and courage you have brought and fought for us that we can share in love bound with togetherness. You are so special to us mother.
As many as the stars on the sky, so do I have as much regards to the woman who brought me to this world, happy mother’s day!
Life has never been perfect. It probably never will. But I will never ever lose hope, because I know I always have you to stand by me even if the whole world falls apart. I love you mother, so much more than you even know. Happy Mother’s day to you.
To a mom who’s thoughtful, loving, and kind,
I’m so thankful for the ties that bind
Our hearts together in tender love.
Happy Mother’s Day–you’re a gift from above!
Beautiful Poems to write in your Mother’s Day cards
Only One Mother by George Cooper
Hundreds of stars in the pretty sky,
Hundreds of shells on the shore together,
Hundreds of birds that go singing by,
Hundreds of lambs in the sunny weather.
Hundreds of dewdrops to greet the dawn,
Hundreds of bees in the purple clover,
Hundreds of butterflies on the lawn,
But only one mother the wide world over.
Mother’s Day by David Young
—for my children
I see her doing something simple, paying bills,
or leafing through a magazine or book,
and wish that I could say, and she could hear,
that now I start to understand her love
for all of us, the fullness of it.
It burns there in the past, beyond my reach,
a modest lamp.
The Reading Mother by Strickland Gillilan
I had a mother who read to me
Sagas of pirates who scoured the sea,
Cutlasses clenched in their yellow teeth,
“Blackbirds” stowed in the hold beneath.
I had a Mother who read me lays
Of ancient and gallant and golden days;
Stories of Marmion and Ivanhoe
Which every boy has a right to know.
I had a Mother who read me tales
Of Gelert the hound of the hills of Wales,
True to his trust till his tragic death,
Faithfulness blent with his final breath.
I had a Mother who read me the things
That wholesome life to the boy’s heart brings–
Stories that stir with an upward touch,
Oh, that each mother of boys were such!
You may have tangible wealth untold;
Caskets of jewels and coffers of gold.
Richer than I you can never be –
I had a mother who read to me.
A Practical Mom By Amy Uyematsu
can go to Bible study every Sunday
and swear she’s still not convinced,
but she likes to be around people who are.
We have the same conversation
every few years—I’ll ask her if she stops
to admire the perfect leaves
of the Japanese maple
she waters in her backyard,
or tell her how I can gaze for hours
at a desert sky and know this
as divine. Nature, she says,
doesn’t hold her interest. Not nearly
as much as the greens, pinks, and grays
of a Diebenkorn abstract, or the antique
Tiffany lamp she finds in San Francisco.
She spends hours with her vegetables,
tasting the tomatoes she’s picked that morning
or checking to see which radishes are big enough to pull.
Lately everything she touches bears fruit,
from new-green string beans to winning
golf strokes, glamorous hats she designs and sews,
soaring stocks with their multiplying shares.
These are the things she can count in her hands,
the tangibles to feed and pass on to daughters
and grandchildren who can’t keep up with all
the risky numbers she depends on, the blood-sugar counts
and daily insulin injections, the monthly tests
of precancerous cells in her liver and lungs.
She’s a mathematical wonder with so many calculations
kept alive in her head, adding and subtracting
when everyone else is asleep.