Best 69 of Raising children quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tracey Bond

If you live long enough & have changed enough diapers like I have raising 6 whole grown adult children one-at-a-time; you ought to be able to call out bullshit blindly, in about a million different ways & plays. My potty-training days have long been over...so what fool retards at their wisdom stage? For this chief reason, I could show you better than tell you, try as you might: you cannot change grown ups diapers in life, who think you don't know how 'full of shit' they are today.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Neena H. Brar

My brother shielded her from the harsh realities of life but, as you must know, the parents ought not to pluck the thorns out before they hand down the roses to their children; it is not always possible to shield your child against all the disappointments that life bestows. A day comes when a child has to face life on her own and, as a parent, one has to make sure that the child is ready.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Let your children nourish their knack, for that knack shall one day provide them with the way to live with dignity and contentment.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Uzodinma Iweala

OJ says our father lives somewhere between the self-satisfaction that his success has made us soft and disgust that we are unacquainted with the brutal intensity of a world that he has effectively tamed for us.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

If you can't afford to give your child the right to pursue their dreams, you have no right to breed.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jim Marggraff

To raise a founder, you must be conscious of your choices. You must know how to identify and solve the right problems. You must be clear with your values so that you can live with authenticity in front of your children and teach them to do the same. Above all, you must be willing to involve your kids in the tough conversations, and you must share your work and your life with them.

By Anonym 16 Sep

J. Aleksandr Wootton

Fairytales teach children that the world is fraught with danger, including life-threatening danger; but by being clever (always), honest (as a rule, but with common-sense exceptions), courteous (especially to the elderly, no matter their apparent social station), and kind (to anyone in obvious need), even a child can succeed where those who seem more qualified have failed. And this precisely what children most need to hear. To let them go on believing that the world is safe, that they will be provided for and achieve worthwhile things even if they remain stupid, shirk integrity, despise courtesy, and act only from self-interest, that they ought to rely on those stronger, smarter, and more able to solve their problems, would be the gravest disservice: to them, and to society as a whole. -On the Supposed Unsuitability of Fairytales for Children

By Anonym 19 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

There is nothing glorious about creating life out of passionate penetration. Even the animals can do that. The real glory comes when the life you create becomes the help in the lives of countless other humans.

By Anonym 19 Sep

C. Joybell C

Unfortunately, life is unfair and not all babies are brought into the world with the same amount of anticipation and affection, as others. No matter what anyone says; we are really not all given an equal start at life. And so what must children be made up of, to come into a world like this one? Children must be made up of silk. They must be brought up with a serenity in their skin but a bulletproof strength in their souls. This is the new breed of children. Ones that are soft to the touch but are truly unbreakable. And unbreakable in a beautiful way; not in a lost way.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Anna M. Aquino

You are a victorious ninja because God created you that way!

By Anonym 20 Sep

Liz Fenton

You make all your mistakes with your own children so by the time your grandchildren arrive, you know how to get it right. Plus, once you turn fifty, you kind of stop giving a shit what others think.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Anna M. Aquino

Ninja Mom's can't be all their called to be, if their so stressed out about how their going to pay their Mastercard bill

By Anonym 19 Sep

Anitra Lynn Mcleod

There is nothing more pathetically sad than a parent who teaches a child not to hit by spanking them. Well, that, and adults who think hitting someone will solve a problem.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Aimee Bender

You can't predict the outcome. You can't raise a child and then tell them what to think.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Anna M. Aquino

If you are a worrywart you can't be a ninja. You can't rise up and fight when the weight of the world is pressing you down. Your family needs you to be sane and not bogged down in fear.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Anna M. Aquino

Ninja mom's understand that life is a balancing act, and in order to keep the balance they have to learn to enjoy the moment!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Eraldo Banovac

How to advise parents for being successful in raising children still remains an important unsolved problem.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Harry H. Harrison Jr.

The Five Keys 1.Always be involved in her life 2.Respect and honor her mom. 3.Treasure every moment with her. 4.Pray for her every day. 5.Be her hero.

By Anonym 19 Sep

C. Joybell C

We need to be raising our children for LIFE. Life is not a small system within 4 walls. Life is vast and wild. And once our children are out of school, that's where life really begins. Too many people are raising their children to conform to systems. And when they start life they will continue to simply conform to whatever system they find themselves inside of. And those are exactly the kinds of people who will never change the world. The only types of people who change this world, are the ones who think on their own, design their own lives, and create their own systems. Everybody else is just there for the train ride. Very few people are designing their own train tracks. Raise railway designers, stop raising commuters.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Unarine Ramaru

Raising a child whether yours or not, is being anointed by God to be the guardian of his Kingdom in a form of a child.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Darnell Lamont Walker

You're not allowed to raise boys who reject all things feminine, then get upset when they become men who hate women.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Colleen Mariotti

It is such a privilege to learn from children as they discover new worlds of possibility and give themselves full over to their dreams, inspiring a few adults along the way.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mandi Hart

In preparation for motherhood, I read books, I watched people around me, and I learned what to do but also what not to do. I quickly realized that my schooling and tertiary education did little to prepare me for being a parent. I even attended antenatal classes to prepare for the birth, but that is where it ended. When my baby was handed to me after delivery, I never received a manual. Oh, how I wished they came with one!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Anna M. Aquino

Being a ninja mom requires you to have ninja faith!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Anna M. Aquino

To be a ninja Mom you have to be cool with yourself.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Christopher Gorham

Raising children changes everything. It's a complete cliché to say that, but it's really true.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Feed your child ideas of peace, harmony and compassion but at the same time give them courage to defend their identity and dignity.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Robert Drewe

It always gave me a peculiar feeling to catch a glimpse of my parents' lives before I was born.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Anna M. Aquino

Ninja Mom's have to learn that when they mess up, they get right back up again.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Eraldo Banovac

Each child is a unique person, so raise your child taking this fact into consideration.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Anna M. Aquino

Ninja faith stands. It is not shaken when things seem contrary to what one expects. Ninja faith chooses to believe the truth.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Good parenting is not about fulfilling the dreams of the parents, it's about helping the children become strong and conscientious human beings so that they can achieve their dreams.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Neal Shusterman

She was deemed an unfit mother, in spite of the fact that she goes to the gym every day,' Hal once told me. . . .Beautiful people are often forgiven for many things--and maybe she's gotten through life that way, but I don't forgive her for anything--and I don't even know what awful things she's done other than showing a lack of parental fitness.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Most parents would not worry too much about their children if they knew that children belong not to their parents but to life.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Thandie Newton

Respect your children. Treat them like the person you admire most on earth. I really mean that as a way of life. If you treat your children with respect then they will learn to respect themselves. I can't think of a better thing to let your kid out into the world with than self-respect. I want my children to feel empowered. That's the most important thing. I think as a mom it's important to teach your children that they're extraordinary, powerful beings. Your job is to keep the path clear so there is nothing they can trip on.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sarah Addison Allen

I know he's a good baby... but the challenge is to raise him into a good boy, then a good man.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

It's wrong and unhealthy to deny a child the world of make-believe.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Khalil Gibran

For life goes not backward, nor tarries with yesterday.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jennifer Tindugan-adoviso

In a world of flowers grown in pots, I'd like you girls to thrive in the wild.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Toni Mariani

From my new release Cry for Me This is Mrs. Hazelton speaking to Maria "...emotions have no color, no culture, knows no prejudice and can hardly be controlled, so in trying to raise children we need all the help and resources available to us . . .

By Anonym 19 Sep

Maria Montessori

To stimulate life, leaving it free, however, to unfold itself--that is the first duty of the educator.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Colleen Mariotti

It is such a privilege to learn from children as they discover new worlds of possibility and give themselves fully over to their dreams, inspiring a few adults along the way.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Let them learn at school whatever they learn to pass the examinations, but at home let the education that you provide be the kind that widens their perceptions and takes away the germs of prejudices that infect them while they are out in the world.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Anna M. Aquino

Ninja Mom's know that God has never left them!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Let your child see you doing a good deed instead of you telling him or her to do it, and the little child shall one day grow up to become a real kind human being.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alexander Mccall Smith

Everybody in a village had a role to play in bringing up a child—and cherishing it—and in return that child would in due course feel responsible for everybody in that village. That is what makes life in society possible. We must love one another and help one another in our daily lives. That was the traditional African way and there was no substitute for it. None.

By Anonym 15 Sep

C. Joybell C

Creo que lo mejor que podemos hacer por nuestros hijos es permitir que ellos hagan cosas por sí mismos, que puedan ser fuertes, dejarles ser mejores personas, dejar que ellos crean más en sí mismos.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Do not raise creepy crawlers my dear braveheart parents. Raise mighty humans with Himalayan strength in their veins. Give them the voice that has gone extinct in today’s society. And if there is only one thing you could give to your children, then give them courage – courage to pursue their passion – courage to trample every obstacle in their path – courage to keep walking even when their heart bleeds in agony.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Dennis Prager

The lack of attention to Moses’s sons here and elsewhere in the Torah—essentially nothing is said about them—needs to be explained. And the explanation is probably this: They did not amount to much. This raises the interesting issue of the difficulty many children of great people face in leading successful and satisfying lives. In a book about Moses, ‘Overcoming Life’s Disappointments’, Rabbi Harold Kushner writes about this: Sometimes the father casts so large a shadow that he makes it hard for his children to find the sunshine they need to grow and flourish. Sometimes, the father’s achievements are so intimidating that the child just gives up any hope of equaling him. But mostly, I suspect, it takes so much of a man’s [the father’s] time and energy to be a great man—great in some ways but not in all—that he has too little time left to be a father. As the South African leader Nelson Mandela’s daughter was quoted as saying to him, ‘You are the father of all our people but you never had time to be a father to me.’ Kushner relates a remarkable story he read in a magazine geared toward clergy, a fictional account of a pastor in a mid-sized church who had a dream one night in which a voice said to him, ‘There are fifty teenagers in your church, and you have the ability to lead forty-nine of them to God and lose out on only one.’ Energized by the dream, the minister throws all his energy into youth work, organizing special classes and trips for the church’s teens. He eventually develops a national reputation in his denomination for his work with young people. ‘And then one night he discovers his sixteen-year-old son has been arrested for dealing drugs. The boy turned bitterly against the church and its teachings, resenting his father for having had time for every sixteen-year-old in town except him, and the father never noticed. His son was the fiftieth teenager, the one who got away.’ Of course, this was not necessarily true of Moses’s children, but the silence of the Torah concerning his children (which is not the case with the children of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Aaron) serves as an important reminder to parents who have achieved success to be sure to make time for their children. They need to try to ensure their children feel they occupy a special place in their parents’ hearts and no matter how pressing the parent’s responsibilities he or she will always find time for them.