1.Make sure your kids enjoy the best childhood ever, not worrying about having to grow up too soon!
2.There is no better adventure than to be a child growing up, experiencing life for the first time.
3.Children need to know of fun, adventures and opportunities before growing up and growing old!
4.I remember looking forward to my kids growing up so that I’d finally have some peace, but now it’s just too quiet around here.
5.Growing up is important, but what is also crucial is being a child growing into your own, unique self!
6.It doesn’t matter how grown up you get, because you will forever be my little baby to me.
7.Children!!! They just can’t wait to grow up and stop going to school, can they?
8.It is wise and smart to allow children to grow old, but teach them to never grow up.
9.I couldn’t stop my children from growing up so quickly, but I was present the entire time so that I did not miss them growing up.
10.Treat your children as Angels, so they can be a better person when they are all grown up.
11.What an amazing thing it is, to be a child and grow up in a loving world, filled with opportunities!
12.Children who look forward to growing up, don’t realize they are giving up the rare gift of being young and free.
13.There is no greater satisfaction than letting a child grow up slowly and steadily, delaying adulthood for as long as possible.
14.There are thoughts and dreams that only children share, so it’s important to nurture these before letting them finally grow up.
15.A kid will grow up stronger, more confident and happier when it is raised by loving and caring parents.
16.There is nothing more soothing than knowing you are a child with all the time in the world to grow up!
17.Growing up will sneak up on us before we know it, and that’s why it’s important not to deprive our children of doing it too fast!
18.A child starts is like a blank piece of paper, and everyone that they meet along the way while growing up leaves a mark on them.
19.The truth about motherhood is that the days drag on, but the years fly past.
20.Nothing in this world will ever be as care-free and as majestic as childhood, so why rush into growing up too fast?
21.Being parents unsure if you are doing the right thing can be scary, so just always do your best.
22.There is no bigger blessing than knowing that your child will grow up to be a fantastic young adult.
23.Never force your children to grow up faster than they should, as there is no greater privilege than being a child for as long as you can!
24.Adulthood will happen whether we like it or not, therefore never rush your child to grow up ahead of time.
25.Just because we grew up too fast, doesn’t mean that our children also need to!
26.How is it that kids grow up so fast? One minute they are just a little baby being cradled in a mother’s arms, and the next they are already graduating and preparing to move out.
27.“For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.”
28.You won’t understand why I dreaded seeing you grow up, but that’s alright. You will understand when you have your own children one day.
29.People often say that having children forces you to show the better side of yourself, and it’s true. When your kids are all but grown up and moved out, a parent will realize how true that fact is.
30.Maybe we should focus on who our children are today instead of worrying so much about how they are going to turn out as adults.
31.How I wish that I can reverse time and play with my innocent children again.
32.Kids grow up quickly, often much faster than the parents realize. That is the beauty of parenting – it’s a fleeting experience that will change their lives for the better.
33.We get frustrated at our children, but only until they grow up and leave the house.
34.There are less worries once a kid is all grown up, but a parent will always worry for her child’s well-being. A parent will always have the burden of love for their children.
35.“A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen, then you have something very special.”
36.“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.”
37.A mom may complain that her child is so playful and noisy, but you can bet that she’s going to miss the same voice when her children are grown up one day.
38.“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.”
39.Let boys be boys, and girls be girls. There is plenty of time before they have to become men and women.
40.Parents whose children have grown up and left the nest will always be left reminiscing their younger parenting days – always. They will always love and miss their children.
41.Your children might outgrow the space on your lap, but they will never outgrow the space that they have claimed in your heart.
42.How can parenting be such a paradox? It moves in such a slow motion and a fast speed both at the same time!
43.You’ll find yourself in an empty nest very quickly, so don’t miss the chance of participating in your children’s lives while they are still in it.
44.“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”
45.Parents always love their children through thick or thin. It’s a fact that will never change, even as a parent aged and retires. When the child is grown up, their love will stay the same, never fading.
46.“As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison.”
47.You have an entire lifetime to work and earn money, but you are only young once.
48.“Everyone can rise above their circumstances and achieve success if they are dedicated to and passionate about what they do.”
49.Boys will become men and girls will become women, and it’s our job as adults to slow that process down as much as possible.
50.A mother will often hate the struggles of bringing up a baby, yet years later when the same child has grown up, she hates to see her child go away, longing for the chance to take care of her baby once more.
51.Parents will always have mixed feelings about their children growing up. They look forward to it when their child just started school, but they are going to miss their innocence when they’re grown up.
52.It’s always a wonderful feeling when a parent see how their children have grown up and become successful. They may long for their child’s companionship once more, but parents will always wish the best for their children.