Look Fantastic Parenting Quotes!

I am happy that you have made it to our more parenting quotes page. Did you give it a go trying to unravel the saying “small donkeys have large ears.” I am sure you must be dying to see how close your explanation so let’s spill the beans.

The parenting quote “Small donkeys have large ears” simply means; that small children hears things very easily and quickly. So as parents we should be very careful what we are saying around children because we may get the pleasure of hearing it over again most time in a different version. This brings me on to another great saying that “children should be seen but not heard.” For me I don’t know how you would achieve this, because part of child development is to run, jump, move and talk.

Here is another one for you; “The fruit does fall far from the tree.” A similar one is “like mother, like daughter or “like father like son.”

Here is one from the Native American culture; “Children should be taught to sit still for some time, a child who cannot sit still is half develop.” We at parenting with positive thinking just love quotes because we learn so much from them and they stay with us throughout our generations.

Check out these biblical parenting quotes; “Train up a child in the way they should grow and they would never depart,” and “Spare not the rod, spoil not the child.” Metaphorically a rod can mean stern words and strict discipline, food for thought. Here are a few more ; “Without enough sleep, we all become tall two year olds”- JoJo Jenson.

These two quotes compliment each other; “It is not giving children more that spoils them, it is giving them more to avoid confrontation”- John Gray and “Your children needs your presence more than your presents.”- Jesse Jackson A couple more parenting quotes to finish on; “Parents were invented to make children happy by giving them something to ignore.”- Ogden Nash

“If you want to recapture your youth, just cut off his allowance”- Red Buttons

I hope you have enjoyed our quotes and their wisdom has added more value to your parenting education. Please remember to keep coming back because we will be adding new ones in the future.

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