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Parent Love Sayings and Quotes
Parent Love Sayings and Quotes: The love of a father and mother are the greatest treasure of every child. It is a sincere, unconditional love, ready for anything. Because a mother or father is not afraid of sacrifices just to see their children smile; what they wish is to grow serene, happy and fulfilled. And the bond that a child feels towards his parents is nourished by this love: mom and dad are our firm roots, the point to which we can return at any time, the source from which we draw the strength necessary to be parents in turn. And the share of love does not end, but is transmitted.

 

  1. You have not had the opportunity to choose the parents you have found, but you have the opportunity to choose which parent you can be.
    (Marian Wright Edelman)
  2. In life there are three things to do: have a child, write a book, plant a tree.
    (Zen proverb)
  3. Making the decision to have a child is important. It is deciding to have your heart forever outside the body.
    (Elizabeth Stone)
  4. The most difficult task of being parents is to let our hopes for the children get the better of our fears.
    (Ellen Godman)
  5. Do not speak “to” your children,
    take their faces in your hands
    and speak “with” them.
    (Leo Buscaglia)
  6. The most important thing that parents can teach their children is how to go on without them.
    (Frank A. Clark)
  7. There are two lasting legacies that we can give to our children. One is the roots. The other is the wings.
    (Hodding Carter, Jr.)
  8. While we try to teach our children all about their lives, they teach us what really matters in life.
    (Angela Schwindt)
  9. Children are like kites: you will teach them to fly, but they will not fly your flight. You will teach them to dream, but they will not dream of your dream. You will teach them to live, but they will not live your life. But in every flight, in every dream and in every life the mark of the teaching received will remain forever.
    (Mother Teresa)
  10. Parents need to be reliable, not perfect. Children must be happy, not make us happy. (Mother Teresa)
  11. Before I got married I had six theories about raising children. Now, I have six children and no theory.
    (John Wilmot)
  12. We will never know the love of our parents until we become parents.
    (Henry Ward Beecher)
  13. Give me better parents and I will give you a better world.
    (Aldous Huxley)
  14. Having kids doesn’t make you a parent any more than having a plan makes you a pianist.
    (Michael Levine)
  15. Many of us become parents long before we stop being children.
    (Mignon McLaughlin)
  16. What the parents told me to be in the beginning, this I am: and nothing else. And in the instructions of the parents are contained the instructions of the parents of the parents which in turn have been handed down from parent to parent in an endless chain of obedience.
    (Italo Calvino)
  17. If you look deeply into the palm of your hand, you will see your parents and all generations of your ancestors. All of them are alive right now. Everyone is present in your body. You are the continuation of each of these people.
    (Thich Nhat Hanh)
  18. It seems that each new generation of young people is increasingly susceptible and increasingly pusillanimous and each new generation of parents increasingly willing to protect it and encourage this pusillanimity, in an endless crescendo.
    (Javier Marìas)
  19. A parent who has never apologized to his children is a monster. If he always apologizes, his children are monsters.
    (Mignon McLaughlin)
  20. When parents do too much for their children, it turns out that the children won’t do enough for themselves.
    (Elbert Green Hubbard)It kills you to see them grow. But I think it would kill you even faster if they didn’t grow up.(Barbara Kingsolver)
  21. Masters and parents exist to be abandoned one day.
    (John Wolfendenn)
  22. Our parents love us because we are their children, and this is an unalterable fact, so that we feel more secure with them than with anyone else. In happy moments this may seem unimportant, but in sad moments this affection offers a consolation and security that is not found elsewhere.
    (Bertrand Russell)
  23. Don’t stand still in front of the door of a crying baby whose only desire is to touch you. Go to your baby. Go to your baby a million times. It shows that you can trust people, that you can trust the environment, that we live in a good universe.
    (Peggy O’Mara)
  24. I calculated that 60% of my experience as a parent I spent counting up to 3 in a threatening voice.
    (alexa1163, Twitter)
  25. If you’ve never been hated by your child, you’ve never been a parent.
    (Bette Davis)
  26. Parents who expect gratitude from their children (and some even claim it) are like those moneylenders who willingly risk capital to collect interest.
    (Franz Kafka)
  27. After all, there are no illegitimate children, only illegitimate parents.
    (Anthony Burgess)
  28. Parents are printed in children, but a mysterious printer has mixed the text.
    (Fabrizio Caramagna)
  29. My parents wanted me to console themselves for the sorrows that were denied them.
    (Mason Cooley)
  30. Education is the way parents pass on their defects to their children.
    (Jean-Baptiste Nicolas Armand Carrel)
  31. It is convenient for those born to be very careful in choosing the place, the year, the parents.
    (Gesualdo Bufalino)
  32. All parents hurt their children, it’s inevitable. Young people, like pure glass, keep the footprints of those who touch them. Some parents stain them, others crack them, others still shatter them into a thousand pieces, with no possibility of recovery.
    (Mitch Albom)
  33. When I was a kid my parents moved home a dozen times. But I’ve always managed to find them.
    (Woody Allen)
  34. The study: «One in three Italians lives with their parents». The rest are the parents.
    (unbearable, Twitter)
  35. The parents in giving the car keys act as if they were giving the keys of the kingdom.
    (William E. Rothschild)
  36. My parents have had one argument in forty-five years. It lasted forty three years.
    (Cathy Ladman)
  37. Ask your child what he wants for dinner only if he pays.
    (Fran Lebowitz)
  38. Each parent is at a certain moment the father of the prodigal son, with nothing to do but keep his house open to hope.
    (John Ciardi)
  39. When I was little, my parents loved me so much that they put a teddy bear in my cradle. I live.
    (Woody Allen)
  40. If parents did less adults, young people would behave less as children.
    (Christiane Collange)
  41. Everyone except parents know how children are educated.
    (Robert Lembke)
  42. Parents are said to remain young in their children, and this is one of the most valuable psychological advantages they derive from them.
    (Sigmund Freud)
  43. When one becomes a parent, a strange and unfortunate event occurs. We begin to take on a role, to play a part, forgetting that we are a person. Once you enter the sacred realm of parental role, you think you should wear the parent’s cassock. In good faith, certain behaviors are assumed because parents are believed to behave like this.
    (Thomas Gordon)
  44. You are always in natural antagonism with your parents and in sympathy with your grandparents.
    (Gertrude Stein)
  45. Others’ parents are always nicer than ours. And yet, who knows why, our grandparents are always nicer than those of our friends.
    (From the film The dreamers)
  46. Give me the life of a child whose mother is a nurse, seamstress, washerwoman, cook, teacher, angel and saint, all in one, and whose father is a guide, an example and a friend. No servant to stand between them. These are the guys who were born with the greatest luck. ”
    (Andrew Carnegie)
  47. Children love parents at first, but then judge them; rarely, perhaps never, do they forgive them.
    (Oscar Wilde)
  48. Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of the craving that Life has for itself. They do not come from you, but through you, and although they are with you they do not belong to you.
    (Khalil Gibran)
  49. Parents educate us for a few years, children for the rest of our lives.
    (Silvana Baroni)
  50. After the death of our parents, we die for the first time and are born for the second time.(Andrzej Coryell)
  51. Children give much more importance to what parents do than to what they say.
    (Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach)
  52. Babies and children need someone to copy happiness from and someone to be happy together.
    (Mary and Robert Goulding)
  53. Two important things to teach children: do and do without.
    (Marceline Cox)
  54. A welcoming, selfless, generous, sometimes silent, sometimes courageous love. Always huge.
    This is the love of parents for a child.
    (Fabrizio Caramagna)
  55. “Here I am” is the first word of parenting compared to the birth of a new born that is above all insufficiency, defenselessness, is a cry in the night, a call that seeks an answer. Here I am is the answer to this cry of the night, it is the answer that humanizes life and identifies a parent and a child. Here I am means: “I am here for you, I wanted you, you are my son”.
    (Massimo Recalcati)
  56. The task of parenting is to be able to say “GO” when necessary. The challenge of parenting is being able to keep together the “Here I am” and the “Go”, our response to the need for belonging and that of our children’s wandering.
    (Massimo Recalcati)
  57. That of us parents is an unlimited liability without property in the sense that we are not the owners of our children’s lives.
    (Massimo Recalcati)
  58. Isn’t this perhaps the greatest gift of parenting? Do not have expectations about them, do not want them to become what we have in mind that they should become, leave them free to make mistakes and find their way.
    (Massimo Recalcati)
  59. The first commandment of parenthood: always be consistent.
    (Marcelene Cox)
  60. A mother’s heart is an abyss at the bottom of which forgiveness is always found.
    Honoré de Balzac
  61. It is not the flesh and the blood, but the heart that makes us parents and children.
    Friedrich Schiller
  62. When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child.
    Sophia Loren
  63. When a father gives his son something, they both laugh. When a son gives something to the father, they both cry …
    Jewish sayings
  64. The father is the greatest hero of all children.
    Tiago Augusto
  65. Everything is uncertain in this world, except a mother’s love!
    James Joyce
  66. The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.
    Theodore M. Hesburgh
  67. Behave with your parents as you want your children to behave with you.
    Giacomo Leopardi
  68. The father figure is very important and strong for the child. Often the father becomes the great hero and example for his son, so it is essential the healthy relationship and the present image of this father, who is a mirror for his children.
    Luis Alves
  69. Men forget the father’s death more easily than the loss of property.
    Nicholas Machiavelli
  70. Respect for parents only resists as long as parents respect their children’s interests.
    Raúl Germano Brandão
  71. Our parents love us because we are their children, it is an unalterable fact. In times of success, this may seem irrelevant, but in times of failure, they offer comfort and security that are not found anywhere else.
    Russell , Bertrand
  72. There is no love that more easily forgives, and more benignly interprets and conceals defects, than the love of a father.
    Vieira , António
  73. If you only knew, when we no longer have our old people, how sorry we are that we haven’t given them more of our time.
    Daudet , Alphonse
  74. To understand parents it is necessary to have children.
    Sofocleto
  75. Respect for parents only resists as long as parents respect their children’s interests.
    Brandão , Raúl
  76. A father is worth more than a hundred school teachers.
    Herbert , George
  77. In the beginning, children love their parents. After a while, they start to judge them. They rarely or almost never forgive them.
    Wilde , Oscar
  78. Where can we ever find someone who has received more benefits from those than the children have received from their parents.
    Xenophon
  79. Parents and children were not made to be friends. They were made to be parents and children.
    Fernandes , Millôr
  80. If you don’t have a good father, you need to get one.
    Nietzsche , Friedrich
  81. No one can escape the parent-child relationship. We are all someone’s children, although some in turn refuse to be parents.
    Montalbán , Vázquez
  82. Parents must always give to be happy. Giving is always what makes us parents.
    Balzac , Honoré de
  83. Fathers and sons are spared far more than mothers and daughters.
    Nietzsche , Friedrich
  84. Wise is the father who knows his own son.
    William Shakespeare
  85. I want to give my children enough money to do what they want, but not enough money to do anything.
    Warren Buffett
  86. Parents and children live in isolation, rarely cry together and talk about their dreams, sorrows, joys, frustrations.
    Augusto Cury
  87. Parents can only give good advice and point the way, but the final formation of a person’s character is in their own hands.
    Anne Frank
  88. We never know the love of a parent till we become parents ourselves.
    Henry Ward Beecher
  89. Parents were the only ones obligated to love you; from the rest of the world you had to earn it.
    Ann Brashares
  90. When you look into your mother’s eyes, you know that is the purest love you can find on this earth.
    Mitch Albom
  91. The depth of the love of parents for their children cannot be measured. It is like no other relationship. It exceeds concern for life itself. The love of a parent for a child is continuous and transcends heartbreak and disappointment.
    James E. Faust
  92. My parents are my backbone. Still are. They’re the only group that will support you if you score zero or you score 40.
    Kobe Bryant
  93. No matter how far we come, our parents are always in us.
    Brad Meltzer
  94. A parent’s love is whole no matter how many times divided.
    Robert Brault
  95. Parents of young children should realize that few people, and maybe no one, will find their children as enchanting as they do.
    Barbara Walters
  96. I lived a life full of problems, but they are nothing compared to the problems that my father had to face to get my life started.
    Bartrand Hubbard

Parent Love Sayings and Quotes

  • A man’s worst loss and the breaking of his biggest mirror, his father’s death.
  • Dad and Mom, you are the presence of every step that time does not erase. However long and dark the path, there will always be a horizon.
  • Even if one day my thoughts don’t do what I like best, my heart will continue to do what I love most: Love you, Dad and Mom.
  • Thank you for sharing with me the best moments of my life. You are the best parents in the world! I love you both so much!
  • Father and mother, life presents us with wonderful people like you who teach through knowledge, example and unconditional love.
  • A father is more than a friend, a hero, he is our mentor, metaphorically speaking, he is the pilot of our life, the commander who puts us on the path and gives us the opportunity to move forward, step by step, but always under of its protective wing.
  • Dad is an ordinary man doing his best to fulfill the role of Superman, a source of good advice!

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