59 Children Quotes
This collection of children quotes should remind all of us of the treasure that each and every child truly is. Each child is a blessing; a child to behold, to love, to cherish, to comfort and to
help mature in ways that are good and noble. A child will grow as you model the behavior that is desirable.
Your actions are what a child observes and learns so it is gravely
important to steer a child down a road that is to be emulated rather than scorned. Although these sayings may be short, they are filled with words of wisdom.
"Children remind us to use our imagination, to have fun,
and to enjoy the simple things that life has to offer."
I think we all know deep in our heart
That babies are from God and give a fresh start
Catherine Pulsifer, Why
Lack of trust, whether justified or not, is a major cause of arguments
between parents and children, and, later, between relatives.
Responsibility breeds trust.
Rick Brinkman, Dealing with Relatives: Your Guide to Successful Family Relationships
Short Family Quotes
Children and Grandmas are like peanut butter and jam.
Victoria L. Adenson
Children are the most wholesome part of the race,
the sweetest, for they are the freshest from the Hand of God.
Poems About God
"... good manners is the most important quality to be nurtured inside the home."
Claire Stranberg, Raising Kids With Good Manners
"Before you were conceived I wanted you
In today’s busy, two-career and single-parent families, an involved grandparent can go a long way to filling a void for children.
I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for
a father's protection.
"We couldn't of asked, for a better first child,
you've made true to all of our hopes."
Julie Hebert, Thankful For My Child
Poems About Hope
If you lead your child to good waters (the wisdom of the inspired Word of God), they will drink from a fountain of well-being.
Cookie Schwaeber-Issan, Mistake-proof Parenting
Fathers Day Poems
"Children are likely to live up to what you believe in them."
Lady Bird Johnson
"My love for my child is unbelievable, I never knew I could love so much."
Julie Hebert, My Love For My Child
Kids love reciting rhyming verses and poems - watch the smile they bring to a child's face
Poems For Kids
"Children are our most valuable natural resource."
Just as the farmer who expects crops needs to till, plant, water, weed, watch, and pray, the parent who desires to see a
harvest in the heart of his or her child must do the same.
Voddie Baucham Jr., Family Driven Faith
Poems About Family
I am proud of you my wonderful treasure
You are special, unique and a wonderful pleasure!
Catherine Pulsifer, Baby Steps
Bricks and mortar make a house, but the laughter of children make a home.
Irish Blessing Quotes
Children and animals have a special relationship that every parent can see as their child grows
Animal Poems For Kids
"It's always been my feeling that God
lends you your children until they're about eighteen years old.
If you haven't made your points with them by then, it's too late."
"If you can't hold children in your arms, please hold them in your heart."
Mother Clara Hale
Train me, I beg you,that I may be a blessing to the world.
Mamie Gene Cole
Baby Shower Poems
"Children are a wonderful gift . . . They have an extraordinary
capacity to see into the heart of things and to expose sham
and humbug for what they are."
"The best inheritance a parent can give his children is a few minutes
of his time each day."
Orlando A. Battista
"Stop trying to perfect your child, but keep trying to perfect your
relationship with him."
Quotes to Live By
"A baby is born with a need to be loved - and never outgrows it."
Frank A. Clark
Short Love Quotes
When a child learns to submit to his parents’ loving leadership, less conflict occurs, harmony prevails, and the parent-child relationship is greatly enhanced.
Den Trumbull, Loving by Leading
Poems of Encouragement
"Nothing you do for children is ever wasted. They seem not to notice us,
hovering, averting our eyes, and they seldom offer thanks, but what
we do for them is never wasted."
Often it is not until we have our own child that we realize how enormously capable they are from such a young age.
Simone Davies, The Montessori Toddler
"In the sheltered simplicity of the first days after a baby is born,
one sees again the magical closed circle, the miraculous sense
of two people existing only for each other."
Anne Morrow Lindbergh
"Babies are such a nice way to start people."
It is amazing to see
How big they can be
Yesterday so small
Today so tall.
Catherine Pulsifer, Amazing To See
Poems About Children Growing Up
The “silent lessons” you give in your daily actions will have a much larger impact on your child’s life than when sitting down for important lectures.
Randall Hicks, Step Parenting
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
A rich child often sits in a poor mother's lap.
Poems On Mother
A child is a butterfly in the wind, some can fly higher than others; but each one flies the best it can.
"When you are a mother, you are never alone in your thoughts.
A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child."
A child is sunshine and happy things
They show us it doesn't matter about things.
Catherine Pulsifer, A Child Is
Little children, love each other, never give another pain;
If your brother speak in anger, answer not in wrath again.
Children Love One Another
"A new baby is like the beginning of all things-wonder,
hope, a dream of possibilities."
Eda J. Le Shan
"A baby will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer,
bankroll smaller, home happier, clothes shabbier, the past forgotten,
and the future worth living for."
There is no other relationship like that of grandchildren and grandparents, it is a truly
Your children cannot maximize their potential gifts and future happiness if they do not feel that their inner natures are worthwhile and valuable.
Carol Tuttle, The Child Whisperer
Poems about Life
Children have a fresh point of view, and if you choose to,
you can learn from them.
Judy Ford, Wonderful Ways to Love a Child
Children learn how to treat others from how they are treated themselves.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, It Takes a Village
To be fully well rounded, to be fully developed, and to really have the
life that we hope for our children,
I believe we need our children to grow in all four
of these areas: smart, successful, nice, and happy.
Pat Quinn, How to Parent a Genius
How we raise our children has a huge impact on how they turn out later in life.
Jasmine Miller, Parenting: Words They Will Remember
Don't you love the spontaneity and creativity of children?
James C. Dobson, Bringing Up Boys
You can teach your child to have respect for others by inviting them
to put themselves in other people's shoes.
Nicoline Ambe, Being Dad
Short Fathers Day Poems
...pray for God's little children - For all those children that need guidance
Byron Pulsifer, Prayer To Serve
Five Finger Prayer
If you want to be a good dad, get to know your children and
be involved in their lives.
Bethany Bridges, How to Be a Good Dad
Children are a bridge to heaven.
A child will still love you even after you tell them no.
Jake Slope, How to Be a Good Father
Short Inspirational Quotes
During a family meeting prior to the holiday season, have your children list simple ways that they could perform random acts of kindness for a sibling.
Charlie Lee Austin, Frugal Seeds Christmas Edition
Easy Children's Christmas Poems
The constant challenges and struggles of parenting are not only meaningful but are in fact the most meaningful moments in which to teach
Philip Mamalakis, Parenting Toward the Kingdom
Children are so innocent, they truly need heroes, and being a friend to a child can make you a hero.
During early years, kids take a lot of cues from the adults in their lives,
including lessons about trust, honesty, problem-solving, making friends,
and developing relationships.
Michelle Stewart, The Happy Family
True examples and honest deeds, we should to our children lay,
It will make a happy home, in some future day.
A Happy Home
Laughter when heard causes smiles inward
And when children laugh it can double you in half.
Catherine Pulsifer, It Starts With A Smile
Success - To laugh often and much;
To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children...
Ralph Waldo Emerson
I love when children laugh outright, and shout in their playful glee
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