Sadly, I haven't had a brain cell since I had children.
I'm a hopeless romantic. I love love. My middle name is Love. Valentine's Day is my favorite holiday. I want to have a family and children. I am a sucker for every romantic comedy that comes out.
I wasn't one of those hideous children who make their parents sit through hour-long performances when you're seven. I didn't do anything like that thankfully.
You always hear people say that having kids changes everything, but you can't fully realize it until you have children yourself.
I'm a chairperson for 'No Kid Hungry', a campaign for poor American children.
The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.
I write to tell my grandchildren where they come from, and what their grandparents were up to, and I hope they will in their own way continue. I invite anyone else to listen in.
Errors in decision-making lead young people to under-save for retirement, doctors to miss tumours, CEOs to make catastrophic investments, governments to engage in needless wars, and parents to irreversibly traumatize their children.
It's a failure of national vision when you regard children as weapons, and talents as materials you can mine, assay, and fabricate for profit and defense.
My family - my husband, my daughters, my grandchildren, my great-grandchildren, all of them - are the most important thing in the world to me.
Accessible local libraries are vital to communities and to children.
I have a particular dislike for children's films. I'm way past the novelty aspect.
If beautiful movies can influence you to go out and hug your children, then we have to be honest and say that other movies can inspire you to do bad things.
I love children.
Brigham Young had 47 children, and over 50 women as wives.
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