Children are the greatest gift life can give us and with them we really learn what true love is.. The love between a child and its parents is endless, from the moment a child is born to its parents, it becomes the most perfect being that has ever existed.
Having children is a wonderful thing and is also one of the greatest personal challenges we can face, as the questions that can come to our mind about their upbringing can be endless.
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Phrases about children and fatherly and motherly love
Would you like to know how thinkers and celebrities have faced this crucial moment in their lives? Below you can find the 90 best quotes about children, Which as parents can be of great help to us.
1. Every day of our lives, we make deposits in our children’s memory banks. (Charles R. Swindoll)
The times we live with our children will always remind them.
2. The heart of the mother is the class of the child. (Henry Ward Beecher)
A mother’s love for her child lasts a lifetime and will always be with her child at all times.
3. A mother’s arms are tender and children sleep soundly in them. (Victor Hugo)
Since our birth, our mother always gives us a lot of confidence and security.
4. No love is as great as that of a father for his son. (Dan Brown)
For a father, his son is his greatest concern and his greatest joy.
5. Each child cites his father in his words and deeds. (Terri quotes)
The man or woman we become has much of the teachings of our parents.
6. The most important mark I will leave in this world is my son. (Sarah Shahi)
Our children are the heritage we leave on Earth, material goods are lost but they will be the ones who will keep our memory when we are no longer there.
7. When I get home, my daughter runs to the door and gives me a big hug, and everything that happened that day fades away. (Hugh Jackman)
When we have children we always want to spend as much time as possible with them, every minute is a gift by their side.
8. One of the greatest gifts I have ever received is my daughter. (Ace Frehley)
Having children is always positive, they add to their presence in our lives.
9. Nothing says more about the soul of a society than the way it treats its children. (Nelson Mandela)
Child care is something that all societies have advocated for because it is the most vulnerable representation that we embrace by men.
10. While we try to teach our children everything about life, our children teach us about life. (Angela Schwindt)
We have to live life with the greatest intensity, just like children do.
11. I have a dream, that my four young children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. (Martin Luther King fill in)
Racial discrimination is a clear symptom of the ignorance of its supporters.
12. Being a father teaches you the meaning of unconditional love. (Nicholas Sparks)
The greatest love we can have will be for our children.
13. Children are educated for what an adult is and not for their speech. (Carl Jung)
Our children learn from everything we do, our actions and our words.
14. Motherhood taught me the meaning of living in the moment and being at peace. Children don’t think about yesterday or tomorrow. They only exist at this time. (Jessalyn Gilsig)
When we are children, we have a greater capacity to live the moment, this capacity unfortunately we lose it with the years.
15. Tell the child how to walk, and although he is old, he will not turn away from him. (King Solomon)
Childhood is the time of most learning in human beings, it is the stage in which we learn what is right and what is wrong.
16. The soul is healed by being with children. (Fedor Dostoyevsky)
Children’s joy can be contagious, we are all happy with their happiness and innocence.
17. If you are bringing children into the world, love them with all your heart and soul. (Alice Walker)
We have to give our children all the love we can, they will thank us.
18. One of the best reasons for having children is that they remind you of the joy of a day when it snows. (Susan Orlean)
The little things in life are the most beautiful and having children helps us relive them.
19. Time becomes more precious when you have children. (Marie of Denmark)
Having children also helps us hit the ground running and be more pragmatic.
20. A good friend of my son’s is a son to me. (Lois McMaster Bujold)
Our children’s friends will be like children to us because they will spend a lot of time with us.
21. What is silent in the father speaks to the son, and many times I have found that the son had made known the secret of the father. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
Life goes in circles and our children can teach us a lot of things too.
22. I am in pain every moment of every day that I am not with my child. All I want is to find it. (Craig Kelly)
Being separated from our children is a very painful thing and one of the worst feelings you can have.
23. It is much worse to read reviews about your child than about yourself. (George HW Bush)
When other people talk about our child in a derogatory way, all parents feel badly hurt.
24. If my days begin with a hug from my son, they are much more glorious than they were before. (Russel Crowe)
When we enjoyed the love of our little ones, we were much happier.
25. My son is a blessing in every way. (Elizabeth Emken)
We need to be grateful for the gift our children give in our lives.
26. If my son comes and says “I’m gay” I would say “Son, I love you”. (Kirk Cameron)
Our support for our descendants must be indestructible, we are their greatest inspiration.
27. A heart is broken when our child does not love us. (Evel Knievel)
When we chat with our children the emotional pain we feel can be overwhelming, we definitely need to come to terms.
28. As a general rule, don’t give your child a book that you wouldn’t read yourself. (George Bernard Shaw)
We should not encourage anything in our children that we do not think is useful.
29. Children begin by loving their parents; when they come back older, they judge them; sometimes they forgive them. (Oscar Wilde)
A child’s relationship with their parents can deteriorate over time, but they still need to support each other.
30. Do not damage the lives of your children by making it easier for them. (Robert A. Heinlein)
Parents should teach them the harshness of living with our children, because if we don’t do it when they see each other alone, they won’t know how to cope on their own.
31. In English there are orphans and widows, but there is no word for parents who have lost a child. (Jodi Picoult)
Losing a child is the worst thing that can happen to a parent, it is certainly a very complicated situation.
32. Your children need you to put everything in them to love them for who they are, not because you spend all of your time correcting them. (Bill Ayers)
Knowing how to educate our children can be a bit tricky and we need to show our best will.
33. When the kids are a year old, it’s like being with a mini drunk. You have to hang on, bump, laugh, cry, urinate, vomit. (Johnny Depp)
A beautiful sentence from Johnny Depp where he shows us once again his great sense of humor.
34. Having children is like a house of fraternity: no one sleeps, everything is broken and there is a lot of vomiting. (Ray Romà)
The arrival of children here is certainly something that changes us deeply.
35. We must teach our children to dream with their eyes open. (Harry Edwards)
Inspiring our children to choose their own vital goals is the job of every parent.
36. Our daughters grow up with the same opportunities as our sons. (Betty Friedan)
Boys and girls must grow up in a fair and egalitarian world, which unfortunately does not exist today.
37. Your children allow you to forget the past. These are the best fruits … sometimes, they are the only fruits. (Anna Quindlen)
Children are the greatest work of art that we as parents leave on earth, our heritage as individuals.
38. Nothing moves the soul of a father so much as to see his son cry. (Joni Eareckson Tada)
When we see our son going through a difficult time, every father’s heart breaks.
39. By loving our children for something more than their abilities, we show them that they are more than the sum of their achievements. (Eileen Kennedy-Moore)
They are so much more than what they get, they are a big part of who we are.
40. A child’s first teacher is its mother. (Peng Liyuan)
In the early years of life, children learn the basics from their parents.
41. There are two ways to travel: first class and with children. (Robert Benchley)
When we have children, the way we travel changes a lot, from places to transport.
42. What feeling is better than having your child’s hand in yours? As small, as soft and warm as a kitten curled up in the shelter of your spit. (Marjorie Holmes)
These are the little things we will remember the most from our children’s childhood.
43. Apparently, our children are more like us than we think: damaged from head to toe. (Jodi Picoult)
The negative aspects of us, our children must also embrace, as they learn from us.
44. Do not limit a child to your knowledge, for he was born at another age. (Rabindranath Tagore)
We need to provide children with the best education that we can create as a society.
45. The function of a child is to live his own life, not to live the life his anxious father thinks he must live. (LIKE Neill)
We must let our little ones live in their own way and not impose our way of life on them.
46. Children should be the role models that we parents must follow, for they are clothed with the spirit from which they came: pure, innocent, full of the delights of life. (Gerry Spence)
From our children, we can learn to live in the moment and believe that we can always start from scratch.
47. When I held my baby in my arms, I understood why people still had her. (Spalding Gray)
When we can finally hold our little baby in our arms, it’s one of the best times a father can have.
48. When you teach your children to respect, teach them how valuable they are as people. (Raising children with good manners)
We must teach children to respect and be respected, education is a fundamental thing in them.
49. Children are a gift. It’s not because we break them, it’s because we believe them. (Dan Pierce)
Our descendants are an opportunity that we have to leave on earth someone better than us when we are no longer there.
50. Don’t try to get your children to grow up to be like you, because they just might. (Russell Baker)
Our little ones may be better than us, but it depends on the values we pass on to them as adults.
51. It is a mistake to confuse our children with angels. (Douglas Coupland)
Children can be exactly as we want them to be, it’s up to us to be good people.
52. Mothers and their children belong to a separate category. There is no such strong bond all over the world. There is no such instant and indulgent love. (Gail Tsukiyama)
The maternal filial bond is one of nature’s strongest bonds and can be indestructible.
53. Babies do not come with an instruction manual. We all learn the same, you will have to educate yourself about dinosaurs and google backhoes and parachutes. (Jodi Picoult)
Being a parent is an adventure that we will learn over time to live naturally.
54. Train your children to love and accept others. Tell them they are beautiful because they can grow up to be stars someday. And “beautiful” would mean more from you than from a magazine. (Kaiden Blake)
We are the greatest inspiration they will ever receive, we have to live up to it.
55. Children, like others, deserve full respect. (Gerry Spence)
The respect that we adults must have for children must be total, they are powerless beings who deserve to be protected.
56. Always give your children a good night kiss, even if they are already asleep. (Jackson Brown)
Affection is something that can never be lacking in the relationship between a father and a son.
57. One thing I have learned from seeing chimpanzees with their babies is that having children seems like a lot of fun. (Jane Goodall)
Motherhood can be a very beautiful time that we will always remember.
58. Parents do not know their children at all. In fact, no one knows them. (Jenny Downham)
Among people there are always some things we don’t know about each other, we all deserve to have our privacy.
59. Children represent the future, motivate, support and guide them. (Catherine Pulsifer)
Supporting future generations is something we must do as a society, which will enable humanity to move forward towards a better future.
60. I wonder if other mothers feel drawn to them, seeing their children become the people they themselves wanted to be. (Jodi Picoult)
The pride we can feel as parents can be tremendous, especially when we see that the values we pass on to the next generation strengthen them.
61. Teaching our children to feed themselves and to live in a responsible community is the center of education. (Alice Waters)
What children learn always comes from their parents, we are essential to them.
62. Being a father does not only mean having a child. It is about bearing witness to one’s life. (Jodi Picoult)
Our work as parents will last us a lifetime, we will always have to be there in case they ever need us.
63. The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice. (Peggy O’Mara)
As parents we have a big impact on the lives of our little ones, we have to be very aware.
64. A man who is not the father of his children can never be a man of truth. (Mario Puzo)
Whoever is not there for his son when he needs him should not be considered a father.
65. I think when you become a father you go from being the movie star in your life to being a supporting character in someone else’s movie. (Craig Ferguson)
When we are our parents, the role in life becomes a little less relevant, because for us the main role is played by our children.
66. Before I got married, I had six theories on how to raise my children; now i have six children and no theory. (John Wilmot)
The reality of parenthood can be very different from what we have imagined, but it can also be a wonderful experience.
67. It is not our job to harden our children to face a cold and cruel world. We have to raise them to make the world less cruel and less cold. (LR Knost)
The next generations will have a duty to make this world a better, kinder and more place tolerant.
68. Cleaning the house while your children are growing up is like cleaning the sidewalk when it is still snowing. (Phyllis Diller)
With children at home, cleanliness and order are often conspicuous by their absence, there is no point in fighting the inevitable.
69. We spend the first few years of our children’s lives teaching them to talk and walk, and the rest of their lives shutting up and sitting up. There is something wrong with that. (Neil deGrasse Tyson)
The education they receive is one of the fundamental aspects to be considered in the childhood of each child, the transmission of good values and customs is our responsibility.
70. The only love I believe in is the love a mother feels for her children. (Karl Lagerfeld)
A mother’s love is the greatest love a person can feel, the most important thing in our lives.
71. Adults never understand anything on their own and it is exhausting for children to always have to explain things. (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)
We can learn a lot of wisdom from the way children live life, as adults we forget how to enjoy the little things.
72. Children should be taught to think and not to think. (Margaret Mead)
We need to teach our little one the basics so that his or her life will guide.
73. Anyway, if my son is gay, I treat him like a king. (Tracy Morgan)
Regardless of her sexuality, her happiness will always be the most important thing to us.
74. I would like to be a man as good as my son. (Mario Cuomo)
Children are a great source of inspiration for any parent.
75. I will love my son to the end. (Magic Johnson)
The great Magic Johnson shows us his unconditional love for his son in this beautiful sentence.
76. I found a love that I never thought I would find through my son. It is a strange feeling to know that nothing can come between us. (Colin Farrell)
In this quote, Colin Farrell, actor of great films like Alexander the Great, tells us about the love he instantly felt towards his son.
77. Each man is the son of his own works. (Miguel de Cervantes)
We need to take care of our words, because they largely define who we are.
78. I would like my son to remember me as a good father. (Slim Whitman)
The title of being a good parent is something not all of us have achieved, our ways of acting may unintentionally affect our child.
79. My number one goal is to love, support and be there for my child. (Farrah Fawcett)
The support that we parents can give our children is vital for their development.
80. When you teach your son, you are teaching your son’s son. (The Talmud)
Previously, the way to preserve a custom or technique was to pass it on from parents to children.
81. My proudest moment was when I gave birth to my son. (Christina Aguilera)
The moment of childbirth is perhaps the most defining moment of her life for a mother.
82. All of our children have a lot of potential. All of our children deserve a chance in life. (Joe Baca)
We must give all our support and enthusiasm to the next generations to come in the world.
83. If you want your children to be smart, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be much smarter, read them more fairy tales. (Albert Einstein)
Who better than Albert Einstein to give us advice, listening to him would be better.
84. Son, brother, father, lover, friend. There is space in the heart for all ailments, just as there is space in the sky for all the stars. (Victor Hugo)
We all go through many stages in life and being a parent is a wonderful time.
85. There is nothing more precious than life … especially the life of a child. (Peter Diamandis)
To see life born, grow and develop is a wonderful thing, as parents we will be able to do it.
86. My greatest blessing has been the birth of my son. My next biggest blessing was my ability to turn people into my children. (Maya Angelou)
Love in society is something that should be manifested a lot more, in order to grow as a society we should be more empathetic with our peers.
87. We are working together to see what we can do in life for our children. (Sitting Bull)
The future lies in children and their protection is the mission of any society.
88. If I had been asked to define motherhood, I would have defined it as love in its purest form. Unconditional love. (Revathi Sankaran)
This quote expresses the love that every mother feels for her child very well, something that we all share at this time of life.
89. Children learn to smile from their parents. (Shinichi Suzuki)
Babies act with the same attitude their parents adopt in the face of a threat, which is certainly a very curious fact.
90. If there must be trouble, let it be with my day, my son can have peace. (Thomas Paine)
That the daily life of their children is perfect is the wish of all parents.