I Love My Parents Quotes by Randy Harrison, Elayne Boosler, Gary Smalley, Theodore Hesburgh, Jesse Jackson, Woody Allen and many others.
I love my parents. Coming out to them was sort of coming out to myself. I educated them, and I wanted our relationship to keep growing. I wanted them to be a part of my life still. I wanted to be able to share with them what I was going through.
I love my parents and they’re wonderful people, but they were strict, and I still look for ways to get even. When I got my own apartment for the very first time and they came to stay with me for the weekend, I made them stay in separate bedrooms.
Children desperately need to know – and to hear in ways they understand and remember – that they’re loved and valued by mom and dad.
The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.
Your children need your presence more than your presents.
History is the same thing over and over again.
Always kiss your children goodnight, even if they’re already asleep.
No matter how far we come, our parents are always in us.
I thank God that I’m a product of my parents, that they infected me with their intelligence and energy for life, with their thirst for knowledge and their love. I’m grateful that I know where I come from.
If you raise your children to feel that they can accomplish any goal or task they decide upon, you will have succeeded as a parent and you will have given your children the greatest of all blessings.
Youth fades, love droops, the leaves of friendship fall; A mother’s secret hope outlives them all.
The heart of a mother is a deep abyss at the bottom of which you will always find forgiveness.
There is no friendship, no love, like that of the parent for the child.
If you’ve never been hated by your child, you’ve never been a parent.
I also believe that parents, if they love you, will hold you up safely, above their swirling waters, and sometimes that means you’ll never know what they endured, and you may treat them unkindly, in a way you otherwise wouldn’t.
A parent’s love is whole, no matter how many times divided.
I love [my parents], but what if I could really talk to them? I mean, what if they had some answers? Or would that just be too weird?