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Kids Growing up Quotes: The most beautiful phrases about newborn babies and children growing up and playing quotes on children’s smiles and childhood pictures to dedicate to your son or daughter.

Being a parent is perhaps one of the hardest things in the world, responsibilities double as do anxieties and fears. There are books, such as on the Maria Montessori Method, which tell us what to do and how to behave, which help in the growth path of parents and children.

But to grow up happy, babies need first of all care and love. And you know, a parent’s love is unconditional and does not change over time. There are various ways to show love for your children: be there, play with them, take care of them. And also devote beautiful phrases about children and aphorisms about children’s childhood.

Today, more and more parents are sharing their children’s photos, on social networks such as Facebook, accompanied by phrases about children growing up and playing.

Here then is a collection of the most beautiful quotes on young children, on the innocence of children, short and sweet thoughts on children’s smiles. One of the greatest joys is the birth of a child. And sharing phrases about babies and images with beautiful quotes about babies is a way to make friends and relatives participate in these beautiful moments.

Kids Growing up Quotes

1. “If parents could only understand how bored their children are.” – George Bernard Shaw

2. “Before I got married, I had six theories about raising children. Now, I have six children and no theory.” – John Wilmot

3. “When parents do too much for their children, it turns out that their children will not do enough for themselves.” – Elbert Hubbard

4. “There are only two inexhaustible legacies that we must hope to pass on to our children: wings and roots.” – Harding Carter

5. “The child is the most perfect form of the human being.” – Vladimir Nabokov

6. “Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right path, but the formation of a person’s character is in his hands.” – Anne Frank

7. “When I approach a child, two feelings arise in me: tenderness for what he is and respect for what he can become.” – Louis Pasteur

8. “Adults never understand anything by themselves and children get tired of explaining everything to them every time.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

9. “Babies who are born know nothing of life, not even greatness.” – Lautréamont

10. “I love children. Especially when they cry, because usually someone takes them away at that point.” – Nancy Mitford

11. “We can’t always forge the future for our young people, but we can forge our young people for the future.” – Franklin Roosevelt

12. “Children find everything in nothing, men find nothing in everything.” – Giacomo Leopardi

13. “The child is not the property of the parents, but is entrusted by the Creator to their responsibility, freely and in an ever new way, so that they help him to be a free child of God.” – Pope Benedict XVI

14. “Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of life itself.” – Khalil Gibran

15. “The grace of childhood is the misfortune of mature age.” – Umberto Saba

16. “You can learn more from your children than they learn from you. Thanks to you they will know a past world, you will discover a new one that is coming.” – Friedrich Rückert

17. “Children are continually intoxicated: intoxicated with living.” – Paul-Jean Toulet

18. “We have three things left of paradise: the stars, the flowers and the children.” – Dante Alighieri

19. “When a man has big problems he should turn to a child; it is they, in one way or another, who possess the dream and the freedom.” – Fyodor Dostoevsky

20. “If you want your kids to be smart, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be smarter, read them more fairy tales.” – Albert Einstein

21. “Life is a little flame that gradually burns out, but which catches fire every time a child is born.” – George Bernard Shaw

22. “Children have neither past nor future; they enjoy the present, which very few of us do.” – Jean de La Bruyère

23. “If there is something we wish to change in the child, we should first examine it well and see if it is not something we would do better to change in ourselves.” – Carl Gustav Jung

24. “A child’s life is like a piece of paper on which each person leaves a mark.” – Chinese proverb

25. “If the child is a pig, when he grows up he can only get out of it a pig.” – Vladimir Vladimirovič Mayakovsky

26. “Many of the grown-ups are still children, just like you and me. We cannot measure a child with the measure of size and age. Adults who are children are our friends; we just don’t have to take others into consideration because they have exiled themselves from our world.” – Lyman Frank Baum

27. “Children conform to nothing, everything conforms to them; they never care about the consequences or interests of others: they issue an independent, genuine verdict. They don’t try to please you: you have to woo them.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

28. “Childhood shows man, as morning shows day.” – John Milton

29. “Children are scary when their words and intentions are loaded with adult knowledge.” – Franz Kafka

30. “Childhood is not simply a time of preparation for life, as we are often led to think of it for our children, but it is already life itself.” – Peter Rosegger

31. “All grown-ups were children once, but few of them remember it.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

32. “Each child brings us the message that God is not yet discouraged from man.” – Rabindranath Tagore

33. “Children know something that most people have forgotten.” – Keith Haring

34. “We spend the first twelve months of our children’s lives teaching them to walk and talk, and the next twelve years telling them to sit down and shut up.” – Phyllis Diller

35. “A boy can be told everything, absolutely everything, and I often wondered how little grownups, even the parents themselves, know children. Never hide anything from children on the pretext that they are small and that it is still early for them to know certain things. What a sad and ominous idea! Children themselves realize very well that their parents still consider them too young to understand anything, while they understand everything. Grown-ups don’t know that, even on the most difficult issues, a child can give absolutely serious advice. My God, but when one of those little birds stares at you with such a happy and confident look, how can you not be ashamed to deceive him? I call them little birds because, in my opinion, there is nothing better than little birds in the world.” – Fyodor Dostoevsky

36. “Growing up some illusions are lost, to acquire others.” – Virginia Woolf

37. “If we are worried about the future, we need to take care of how children grow up today.” – Gordon B. Hinckley

38. “Nothing you do for children is wasted.” – Garrison Keillor

39. “What good is life if children no longer do their fathers?” – Gustave Courbet

40. “Don’t raise your children like your parents did with you; they were born for a different era.” – ʿAlī ibn Abī Ṭālib

41. “Children learn more from how you behave than from what you teach them.” – William Edward Burghardt Du Bois

42. “I believe that children in the world must be free to grow up and become adults, in health, peace and dignity.” – Nelson Mandela

43. “Children find everything in nothing, men find nothing in everything.” – Giacomo Leopardi

44. “There is no more sacred responsibility than the one the world has towards children. There is no more important duty than to ensure that their rights are respected, that their well-being is protected, that their lives are free from fear and need, and that they can grow up in peace.” – Kofi Annan

45. “Don’t hinder your children by making their life easy.” – Robert A. Heinlein

46. “My friends, ask God to be happy. Be happy like children, like birds in the sky.” – Fyodor Dostoevsky

47. “Time is a game, beautifully played by children.” – Heraclitus

48. “It is easier to build strong children than to mend broken men.” – Frederick Douglass

49. “Many mothers will do anything for their children except let them be themselves.” – Banksy

50. “Every child is an artist. The problem is to remain an artist once they grow up.” – Pablo Picasso

51. “Those who educate children well should be more respected than those who do them; the former give them only life, the latter the art of living well.” – Aristotle

52. “A child enters your house and for the next twenty years it will make so much noise that you will hardly be able to bear it. But when he leaves, the house will be so quiet that you will feel like you are going mad.” – John Andrew Holmes

53. “Examples are more useful for children than reproaches.” – Joseph Joubert

54. “Grownups don’t know that a child can give extremely important advice even in the most difficult situations.” – Fyodor Dostoevsky

55. “Children start out by loving their parents, later they judge them. They rarely, if ever, forgive them.” – Oscar Wilde

56. “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.” – Margaret Mead

57. “I threw my cup away when I saw a child drinking with his hands straight from the source.” – Plato

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