What we do to our children, they will do to society.
– Pliny the Elder –
The most beautiful sight in the world is a little child going confidently down the road after you have shown him the way.
– Confucius –
Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them.
– James Baldwin –
Every child wants—needs—to feel loved by both parents; that is the way a human beings comes to know that he is lovable, worthy of inhaling and exhaling, of walking the face of the Earth.
– Psychologist Hara Estroff Marano –
Parenting is bitter sweet, because just when you think you’ve figured things out, they’re nearly out the door.
– Actor Benjamen Bratt –
The hardest part of parenting is accepting your children for who they are, not turning them into who you want them to be.
– Pam Hervey
We always look at our children’s futures with equal parts unjustified hope and unjustified alarm—both utopia and dystopia. we look at our own past with wistful nostalgia.
– Psychologist Alison Gopmik, Ph.D.