Quotes about Children Page 3
“What a child doesn’t receive he can seldom later give.” P.D. James
Inspirational Quotes |
“Today’s children are growing up in a new reality, one where they are attuning more to machines and less to people than has ever been true in human history.” Daniel Goleman, Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence
“I don’t believe professional athletes should be role models. I believe parents should be role models.” Charles Barkley
“Children learn how to behave and regulate their emotions by watching their parents.” Marge Powers, Anger: What’s Up With That?
“Before I got married, I had six theories about bringing up children. Now I have six children – and no theories.” Author Unknown
Funny Quotes |
“When you have brought up kids, there are memories you store directly in your tear ducts.” Robert Brault
“Children’s children are a crown to the aged, and parents are the pride of their children.” Proverbs 17:6
“Don’t worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you.” Robert Fulghum
“The challenge with learning to parent on the job is that your child is the always the teacher.” Pedro Carvalho
“But, other than providing support to their children, supporting each other is important for parents because they must make certain that their children learn the best from both of them.” Natalie L S West; Brad White, Fatherhood: A survival Guide for the first time dad
“When my children were newborns, my life was virtually consumed with caring for each beautiful treasure – I was living for another. My waking, my sleeping, my eating, my energies, and my tasks were almost completely devoted to the life of this new bundle of awesome life.” Sarah Bowling, How to Keep Your faith in an Upside Down World
“If your child sees you giving up on your goals after minimal effort is applied, simply because it’s just too hard, you can’t be bothered or you’ve changed your mind, then what sort of example are you setting? If you want your child to be a success, show them what’s possible.” Katrina Kahler, Confident Kids: How Parents Can Raise Positive, Confident, Resilient and Focused Children
“Kids spell love T-I-M-E.” John Crudele
“Children born in poor families can ‘inherit’ learned helplessness and stay poor just like their parents. Or their hunger for success will drive them to improve their situation.” Martin Meadows, How to Think Bigger: Aim Higher, Get More Motivated, and Accomplish Big Things
“Each child is unique, and the same tools don’t work with every one. Furthermore, parenting ideas that had an impact last year may need some tweaking, because your child continues to develop and change.” Scott Turansky, Joanne Miller RN, The Christian Parenting Handbook: 50 Heart-Based Strategies for All the Stages of Your Child’s Life
Quotes about Change |
“Having worked with children and youth for over 10 years, I can tell you firsthand that school is not what it used to be, and neither is childhood.” A. C. Jones, The Mindful Parenting Handbook: How to Raise an Emotionally Healthy Child in a Stressed Out Culture
“The most important seed I can sow in this life is my children, and the love and knowledge that I can bestow upon them and the help I can give them.” Steven Seagal
“It seems to me that since I’ve had children, I’ve grown richer and deeper. They may have slowed down my writing for a while, but when I did write, I had more of a self to speak from.” Anne Tyler
“There will always be some curve balls in your life. Teach your children to thrive in that adversity.” Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe
“Your children are with you for such a short time. Take every opportunity to be happy so that you can savor the moments.” Judy Ford, Wonderful Ways to Love a Child
If you play with your children and with your spouse at the same time, this can be a wonderful time for all of you to experience more family unity in a world that shows increasing divorce rates and families which are torn apart. Christian Olsen, Marriage Tips
If you are in a marriage with children, it is important for you to have a great relationship with them.
Amanda Thompson, The Perfect Husband For Your Wife – You!
One of the things that parents have taught their children is to say these simple words of gratitude – “Thank You” – when someone else has done them a good deed or has given them something whether material or a simple favor.
Rocco Cozza, Success Habits For The Morning
“Teach your children to accept their weaknesses along with their strengths.”
Sal Severe, Ph.D., How to Behave So Your Children Will, Too!
A child’s mind is capable of accommodating tons of information.T-Ralph Olaniyi, The Education Our Parents Denied Us
Imagination or Knowledge |
As parents, you want to see your children succeed in school and develop their full potentials to the best of their abilities. Fhilcar Faunillan, Smart Parenting: A Complete Guide for Busy Parents