Quotes About Newborn

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William Shakespeare
“When we are born, we cry that we are come to this great stage of fools.”
William Shakespeare, King Lear

Toba Beta
“There are words in the soul of a newborn baby, wanting and waiting to be written.”
Toba Beta, Betelgeuse Incident: Insiden Bait Al-Jauza

Ann Brashares
“Grief was like a newborn, and the first three months were hard as hell, but by six months you'd recognized defeat, shifted your life around, and made room for it.”
Ann Brashares, Sisterhood Everlasting

Cassandra Clare
“[Magnus] held on to the boy, newborn in grave dirt and blood, and he wished that he had found him dead.”
Cassandra Clare, Saving Raphael Santiago

Toba Beta
“In soul of every newborn baby,
words are waiting to be written.”
Toba Beta, My Ancestor Was an Ancient Astronaut

Vanessa Diffenbaugh
“She was perfect. I knew this the moment she emerged from my body, white and wet and wailing. Beyond the requisite ten fingers and ten toes, the beating heart, the lungs inhaling and exhaling oxygen, my daughter knew how to scream. She knew how to make herself heard. She knew how to reach out and latch on. She knew what she needed to do to survive. I didn’t know how it was possible that such perfection could have developed within a body as flawed as my own, but when I looked into her face, I saw that it clearly was.”
Vanessa Diffenbaugh, The Language of Flowers

Gloria Ng
“A photograph of a disposable diaper floating in the arctic miles away from human habitat fueled my daily determination to save at least one disposable diaper from being used and created. One cloth diaper after another, days accumulated into years and now our next child is using the cloth diapers we bought for our firstborn.”
Gloria Ng, Cloth Diapering Made Easy

“For the newborn and wise, everything begins small.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

“In the baby’s room

The city lights are
Milky
In the curtains…
Breath
Gentle as rain,
Sleep
Quiet as snowflakes”
John Geddes

Miranda July
“I didn't bathe him because I was too afraid he would slip out of my hands or his belly button would open. Then one night I woke at three A.M. certain he was rotting like a chicken carcass. Only as I lowered him into the sink did I realize this was a crazy time to wash a baby and I began to cry because he was so trusting—I could do anything and he would go along with it, the little fool.”
Miranda July, The First Bad Man

Munia Khan
“I feel more human when I compare the cuteness of a lizard to a newborn child's sweetness. Both are God's creations filled with precious innocence”
Munia Khan

“Those eyes so ecstatic with the gleam of new life, the wide laugh that no doubt uses up so much of the breath contained in those tiny lungs.”
Saim Cheeda

Pawan Mishra
“We are all born artists. The nature generally doesn’t discriminate among newborns with respect to art. Yet most of us try very hard as we grow, without knowing, to stop being artists.”
Pawan Mishra

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Our parents would not be ‘The best parents in the world’ (to us) if they were not our parents.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“It is a sign of immaturity to believe that being older than someone (automatically) makes you more (mentally) mature than them.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Lust is the blessing of the fruit of the womb.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, Classic Quotations From The Otherworlds

“If Mom is convinced that ballet lessons are a must, she should
take them.

Although it may look odd to see a thirty-year old woman hang- ing onto a bar and flinging a slightly plump leg in the air, the sight is not as pathetic as seeing her seven-year old daughter grimly going through such motions just to please her mother, when she would prefer to be at home designing new doll clothes.

Although some parents are never quite ready to accept this fact, the child is not one of our possessions. We don’t own him; we never will. We gave birth to his body; he may share some of our physical characteristics; but he does not inherit our desires.

He’s a different person, a separate entity, with his own likes and dislikes.

It’s a grave mistake to try to override a child’s power of choice in what he wants to be and do. Some parents do this in an attempt to live their lives through the child.”
Ruth Minshull

Pawan Mishra
“The art wouldn’t complain if we leave her alone. Losing a touch with art, however, is losing a touch with our imagination.”
Pawan Mishra

Pawan Mishra
“The most ironic thing in the world is having no say when your name is determined for the first time (which is also for the last time for most), because newborns are not necessarily known for speaking their minds.”
Pawan Mishra, Coinman: An Untold Conspiracy

Kathleen Ossip
“A newborn is murderous/but can't do anything about it.”
Kathleen Ossip, The Do-Over

Kenneth Oppel
“Nothing's scarier than having a sick child, and one so newly born, and so vulnerable. It's the worst thing for a parent.”
Kenneth Oppel, The Nest

Munia Khan
“Old soul cries through the tears of a newborn”
Munia Khan

“How has he moved so quickly from childlike naïvité to existential panic?”
Michael Grant, Katherine Applegate

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