News View this image › Growing up, my mom would always say “I love you infinity” to which I would reply “I love you infinity times infinity.”—caelinh View this image › I have a love for theater, and my mom always made my costumes for school plays out of curtains, pillows, blankets, and whatever else she could find. We found a way to commemorate that.—candicej497f1c1db View this image › We have these owls because they have a lot of personal meaning for both of us. For me, it’s because they remind me of her because she’s beautiful, strong, and wise. —paigep1023 View this image › My mom and I got these tattoos when I went away to college to remind us that we’re always together and that she’ll always be my best friend.—hannaw4e09 View this image › “I’ll love you forever” and “I’ll like you for always” are lines my mom and I have grown up saying to each other.—kirstynp2 View this image › My mom and I use the Italian expression that we’re “cut from the same cloth”. So she got the Italian flag and gave me her heart.—toni1991 My mom and I decided to get matching hummingbirds when I came for a home visit.—eliciamckinney95 View this image › My mom and I got a mandala symbol together. One half of the mandala is on my left foot and the other half is on her right foot.—alysewenzel Our family is from Ukraine — so my mom and I got these to celebrate our heritage.—sapphiresweetpea View this image › Our tattoos signify “life” in Hebrew, and they’re paired with the semicolon for Project Semicolon — which is an organization supporting those struggling with depression and suicide.—izzyw47e View this image › My mom and I have each other’s handwriting on our arms. We each wrote, “Siempre con me” which translates to “Always with me” in italian.—lauram441f View this image › My grandma was the anchor of our family and always kept us close— so when she died, my mom and I both got anchor tattoos to remember her.—jennalowden Want to be featured on BuzzFeed? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter! Parenting Week is a week of content devoted to honoring the hardest job you’ll ever love, being a parent. Check out more great Parenting Week content here. View this image › Andrew Richard Check out more articles on BuzzFeed.com!