"Sensible children bring joy to their father; foolish children despise their mother."
Proverbs 15:20 (NLT) Father |
"The greatest gift that parents can give to their children is to let
them see how much their parents love each other."
Marko Petkovic, 47 Little Love Boosters For a Happy Marriage Encouraging |
"Children are gifts from the Lord. They are fruits of His labour,
through acts of love in the bond of marriage."
Elijah Mcleon, New Light, New Life, New You! Marriage |
"Yes, Christmas is for children - except that children grow up to be adults
who just might love Christmas as much as they did in their younger years."
Cherie Lowe, Keep the Happy in Your Holidays Christmas |
"As the child grows, the relationship becomes complex, with the
mother taking on different roles in the child’s life,
many times growing into a healthy adult relationship of mutual respect."
Sarah Goldberg, Manipulative People
"When teaching your kids about the concept of respect,
teach them of their worth as a person."
Claire Stranberg, Raising Kids With Good Manners
"We aren't perfect people, but with the grace God supplies,
we're doing our best to raise our children in an atmosphere
that is heavily seasoned with grace, mercy, compassion, structure,
wisdom and love that we believe find their source in Christ."
John Stange, What did Jesus say about Marriage?
Wisdom Quotes |
"Parents usually have a wider perspective on life than their children,
giving them the ability to make wiser decisions."
Joann Richardson, Trust: Trust Yourself and Trust Others, A Simple 10-step Guidelines
Quotes about Life |
"The Earth needs more of her children to take their rightful position
as her keepers."
Brian M. Heater, Start the Revolution Within
"Children love freedom, they thrive on it. As a teacher
I know it is important to build others confidence in themselves."
Paul Keller, Peace
"It is important to me that everyone has the opportunity to reach their
potential, especially as children."
Kylie Dunn, Living with Intent
"When our children observe how we react to jealousy,
they often mimic our behavior which is why it is important for
you to be a role model for your child in terms of coping with jealousy."
Sophie Banks, On Children and Jealousy: Helping Children Cope With Jealousy and Boosting Their Confidence
Behavoir A Legacy |
As a parent, you must increase socialization skills in your children
so that they will feel motivated enough to mingle with others.
Marvin Ryan, Self Esteem
The fascinating thing about our thoughts, beliefs and values
is that they were mostly developed when we were children.
Jessica Minty, Willpower
It's important that we understand that our children have their
own thoughts and opinions.
Nurit Levi, Change Your Child`s Negative Behavior: A Calm and
Model the kind of behavior you want your children to exhibit.
Iovana Yao, Parenting: Forgive Me For Yelling At You!
Every time those little eyes open, your child is going to be
looking for something familiar to anchor to. As a father, your
voice is going to be your identifying feature.
Colin Adams, Parenting for New Dads
I am constantly and actively looking for ways to minimize the
effort involved in homeschooling,
and I try to enable my children to help themselves as much as possible.
Katherine Leigh, 3 Weeks to an Organized Homeschool
After all, kids will be kids and they are going to act out sometimes,
but if you take the time to get your children's behavior under control,
much of the stress of your life is going to disappear.
Ashlee Meadows, Stress Management: Destressing Tips For Moms
Given that every single child is blessed with a world of creation
between his or her ears, it absolutely astounds me how
children shun such a gift for the mind-numbing activity of watching television.
Tucker Colburn, Step Parenting
Unfortunately, most of those in charge of educating our children
still overlook emotional intelligence. School systems do not teach
or train about it, when in fact it is a vital part of who we are.
John C. Allen, Emotional Intelligence
One of the most appreciated and memorable things you
can do regarding an acquaintance that is not a close friend
(and who happens to be a parent) is to remember his or her children's names.
Jeff Johnson, Connecting
What we must remember is that all children require a balanced
and consistent approach to parenting, and all have emotional
needs that it is a parent's responsibility to fulfil.
Carole Saad; Nadim Saad, Raising Kids as A Team: How to avoid the good cop, bad cop parenting trap