Quotes about Children

Quotes about Children

Children are gifts from God. Let these quotes about children remind you of how precious and special these little ones are in our life.

  1. “Children represent the future, encourage, support and guide them.”
    Inspirational Quotes for Kids
  2. “My children have always been great inspiration for me, and great teachers, and keep me very close to the ground and very humble.” Wayne Dyer, In Spirit
    Inspirational Quotes  |   
  3. 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
    Motivational  |
  4. I believe adults and parents who do not get involved in children’s lives effectively forfeit any right to attempt to influence their lives. Les Brown
    Parents  |
  5. It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. Frederick Douglass

  6. “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” Frederick Douglass
    Making A Difference  |    
  7. Kids are kids the world around. No matter what, if you give them a soccer ball, a deck of cards, or anything, and if you close your eyes, you would never know where you were from the sound of it. It’s just incredible to hear them laughing. I know that what I’m getting is far more than anything I possibly can give them. Fay Deavignon
    Motivational Poems  |  
  8. “Indeed, the world children are being born into now is in many ways enormously different from the era in which we were raising our children.” Myla and Jon Kabat-Zinn, Everyday Blessings
    Quotes about Change   |  
  9. Often mothers and fathers hesitate to be too involved, not wanting to be seen as clamoring or insistent – as stereotypical sports parents. It is a difficult thing to balance: coaches may know a sport, but they are rarely the best judges of what is best for a child. Michael Sokolove, Warrior Girls
    Sports Quotes   |  
  10. The most valuable gift that you can give your children is not money; it is the ability to think positively. The money will soon be gone, but the ability to think positively will go on to help your children be a success throughout their lives. Mary Kay
    Successful   |    
  11. “Parents with their words, attitudes, and actions possess the ability to bless or curse the identities of their children.” Craig Hill, The Power of a Parent’s Blessing
    Action   |  

    “I understood once I held ababy in my arms, why somepeople� keep having them.” Spalding Gray
    Funny Quotes about Life   |  

  12. “And, most importantly, I know that we need to directly teach our children the most vital lessons, rather than assume that they’ll be understood.” Galit Breen, Kindness Wins
    Kindness   |  
  13. We are children of a large family, and must learn, as such children do, not to expect that our little hurts will be made much of – to be content with little nurture and caressing, and help each other the more. George Eliot
    Quote of the Day  |  
  14. “In the best of all possible worlds, parents and guardians love their children, unconditionally. They accept their children with all their imperfections, flaws, quirks and challenges, because real love never has to be earned;it�s given freely by those who are able to love.” Marcia Sirota, Be Kind, Not Nice
    Challenge   |  
  15. “It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successful human beings.” Ann Landers
    Success   |
  16. Children become spoiled when we substitute presents for presence. Anthony Witham
    “Too much love never spoils children. Children become spoiled when we substitute presents for presence.” Anthony Witham
    Time   |  
  17. It takes sacrifice and commitment and dying to self as we spend eighteen short – let’s be honest LIGHTNING FAST – years pouring into them and equipping them to be responsible, pro- ductive, kind, and ideally, employed adults. And make no mistake; our kids will model what they see much more than what we say. Melanie Shankle, Church of the Small Things
    Honesty   |  
  18. “Help a parent and you’ve already helped the child.” Johana Scot
    Helping Others  |
  19. “Seven things every child needs to hear: I love you, I’m proud of you, I’m sorry, I forgive you, I’m listening, This is your responsibility, You have what it takes.” Josh Shipp
    Forgiveness   |    
  20. “Little moments, over and over, mold our children’s foundation, a cache of learning that they will pass on to their children.” June Cotner, Mothers and Daughters
    Learning   |  
  21. “In your later years, you want to look back and feel a sense of accomplishment about how you raised your children and the fulfillment you brought into their lives.” Nicoline Ambe, Being Dad
    Accomplishment   |  
  22. “Always kiss your children goodnight even if they’re already asleep.” Andrew Carnegie
    Famous   |  
  23. “Family dinners are the one activity found to foster the greatest child development.” Doborah Norville
    Greatness   |  
  24. Kids sometimes have a problem listening but never a problem copying. David DeNotaris
    “Kids sometimes have a problem listening but never a problem copying.” David DeNotaris
    Words That Encourage   |  
  25. Maybe they won’t grow up to be the next great artist, but after working on art projects, they will know how to work as a team and to have confidence and self-esteem. Even if we just change one child’s life, we’re changing the world. Matt D’Arrigo
    Teamwork   |  
  26. “For not an orphan in the wide world can be so deserted as the child who is an outcast from a living parent’s love.” Charles Dickens, Dombey and Son
    Inspirational Poems   |  
  27. “Children deserve to be loved and to know they are loved. They deserve to be cherished and to know they are valuable.” Dave Ramsey; Rachel Cruze, Smart Money Smart Kids
  28. “Choose to commit to your children that you will become the living example of what they should strive to live up to in their adult lives.” Keith and Maya Traver, Parental Leadership
    Commitment   |    
  29. “I believe that it is our behaviors and activities that we are passing on to children – not our preachings or teachings.” Hyacinth Mottley, Words of Wisdom – Words of Faith
    Attitude   |  
  30. “Children will not respect you just because you are their parents. It takes virtue and good parenting for children to understanding why they should respect you.” Dr. Fred Cremone, Boundaries
    Respect   |  
  31. We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our children. American Proverb
    “We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our children.” American Proverb
    Proverbs   |  
  32. First we are children to our parents, then parents to our children, then parents to our parents, then children to our children. Milton Greenblatt
    Funny Inspirational Quotes   |  
  33. “Sensible children bring joy to their father; foolish children despise their mother.” Proverbs 15:20 (NLT)
    Father   |  
  34. “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
    Words of Encouragement   |  
  35. “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   |
  36. “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   |
  37. “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
    Mother   |    
  38. When teaching your kids about the concept of respect, teach them of their worth as a person. Claire Stranberg
    “When teaching your kids about the concept of respect, teach them of their worth as a person.” Claire Stranberg, Raising Kids With Good Manners
    Teacher   |  
  39. . . . living with siblings means that your children will grow up in the best training ground they could have for developing this skill. Because they grow up having to share your time and attention as well as the family possessions, they’ll have to learn how to negotiate and compromise when there are the inevitable conflicts of interest. Linda Blair, Siblings
    Growing Up Quotes  |    
  40. “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?
    Wise Quotes   |
  41. “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
    Quotes about Life   |
  42. “The Earth needs more of her children to take their rightful position as her keepers.” Brian M. Heater, Start the Revolution Within
    Appreciation   |
  43. “Children love freedom, they thrive on it. As a teacher I know it is important to build others confidence in themselves.” Paul Keller, Peace
    Confidence   |  
  44. It is important to me that everyone has the opportunity to reach their potential, especially as children. Kylie Dunn

  45. “It is important to me that everyone has the opportunity to reach their potential, especially as children.” Kylie Dunn, Living with Intent
    Opportunity   |  
  46. You may wonder how to encourage the spirit of authenticity. I say simply, let your child be. Magda Gerber, Your Self-Confident Baby
    Encouraging   |  
  47. Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children. Walt Disney
    Wealth   |  
  48. The fascinating thing about our thoughts, beliefs and values is that they were mostly developed when we were children. Jessica Minty, Willpower
    Believe   |
  49. It’s important that we understand that our children have their own thoughts and opinions. Nurit Levi, Change Your Child`s Negative Behavior
    Home   |
  50. 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
    Communication   |
  51. 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
    Effort   |
  52. Model the kind of behavior you want your children to exhibit. Iovana Yao

  53. Model the kind of behavior you want your children to exhibit. Iovana Yao, Parenting: Forgive Me For Yelling At You!
    Example   |
  54. Our children are watching us live, and what we are shouts louder than anything we can say. Wilfred Peterson
    Encouraging Poems   |
  55. 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
    Stress   |
  56. 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
    Blessed   |
  57. 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
    Knowledge   |
  58. 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
    Friend   |
  59. 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
    Balance   |    
  60. Having children is one of the most tremendous, life-changing decisions anyone can make. Chelsea Faber

  61. Having children is one of the most tremendous, life-changing decisions anyone can make. Chelsea Faber, Parenting Tips
    Decision   |
  62. It’s sometimes remarked that our kids don’t come with manuals – neither do we. It’s a part of the human condition that our minds and behaviours are complex and multifaceted. David Halpern
    Random   |
  63. Be an example to your children, your extended family and your community of what a lasting and devoted marriage looks like. John Stange, What did Jesus say about Marriage?
    God   |
  64. Giving your teenage child the opportunity to become more independent can be extremely beneficial for both you and for your child. Mary Appleton, Parenting Teens
    Giving   |
  65. For kids who learn differently, making learning fun will engage them and make what they learn stick better. For example, when you read to your child, have fun. Mira Halpert, Mark Halpert, The 3D Learner
    Laughter   |
  66. I think it is absolutely vital when you are married with children to have at least one trip away a year without the kids. No matter how much we love them, it’s really important to remember we are part of a couple too, otherwise the kids completely take over. Jason Ayres, Austerity Dad
    Vacation   |
  67. Experiencing the present moment, and enjoying the child who is in front of you without worrying about your meeting the next day is paramount to any other obligation you currently have. Nathalie Perlman, The Mindful Parent
    Worry   |
  68. Anyone who is a parent knows how unique each child is. W. H. Thomas
    Every kid is different and they need individualized attention. Anyone who is a parent knows how unique each child is. W. H. Thomas, Be The Father Children Need
    Father   |
  69. What I am saying is that from where I sit today, children are worth everything they cost us. James Dobson
    Appreciation Poems   |
  70. Parents need to learn how to listen to their children, regardless of their age. The greatest gift you can give your children is to pay attention to them and listen intently. John Savage, Listening & Caring Skills
    Listening   |
  71. If you raise your children to feel that they can accomplish any goal or task they decide upon, you will have succeeded as a parent and you will have given your children the greatest of all blessings. Brian Tracy
    Blessed   |
  72. We must come together if we want to redesign the world that our children will inherit. The alternative is too terrible to contemplate. Jay Naidoo, Change: Organising Tomorrow, Today
    Quotes to Live By  |

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