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Parenting Quotes - random


Robert Jordan | Parenting Quotes
When a young woman's cheeks redden for no apparent reason, there is usually a man involved.
Doris Lessing
Parents should leave books lying around marked "forbidden" if they want their children to read.
Sir Thomas Browne
The created World is but a small Parenthesis in Eternity.




Anthony Quinn
There's no sense that you're there forever. No parent is there forever.
Joey Comeau
I never wanted anything to happen to my parents, but a hero needs an origin story.
I took responsibility early and, like my parents, I was serious.
Oscar Wilde
To lose one parent may be regarded as a misfortune ... to lose both seems like carelessness.
Theophile Gautier
Ils sont si transparents qu'ils laissent voir votre âme.
Orson Scott Card
We can wash people in the water all we want, but we can never wash their parents out of their hearts.
Ogden Nash
Oh, what a tangled web do parents weave
When they think that their children are naive.
Ken Livingstone | Parenting Quotes
Livingstone apparently is that very odd and increasingly rare creature called a sincere liberal.




Rachel Trachtenburg
Interviewer: How long do your parents usually let you stay up?
Leonhard Euler
He calculated without any apparent effort, just as men breathe, as eagles sustain themselves in the air.
Bill Cosby
Parents are not interested in justice — they want QUIET!
Colette
It is not a bad thing that children should occasionally, and politely, put parents in their place.
Jack Thompson | Parenting Quotes
I gave all this to Dennis McCauley, but apparently he was too busy freelancing a boil to report it.
Samuel Johnson
Frugality may be termed the daughter of Prudence, the sister of Temperance and the parent of Liberty.
Oscar Wilde
Children love their parents. Eventually they come to judge them. Rarely do they forgive them.
Catherine Brechignac
In the labs, the young make things move, and the older ones follow like parents evolving with their children.
Steve Maraboli
Change is the parent of progress.


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