Baby Quotes, Sayings about babies - Page 2
Who is this tiny stranger with whom I cannot part, although she is only one day old, she has stolen my heart.
When you come home from work, all tired and drained, your energy is refilled by the little baby who is just so happy to see you.
A child’s cry is heaven’s anguish, but his smile is heaven’s heart.
My daughter didn’t ruin my life..she gave me a new one.
It takes a man to be a father, a women to be a mother, and a child to make a family.
The only creatures that are evolved enough to convey pure love are dogs and infants.
– Johnny Depp
I don’t know whether they should say “You have a baby” Or “The baby has you”.
A baby’s smile can make biggest dream come true.
The only thing worth stealing is a kiss from a sleeping child.
Yo are the reason why we smile every morning, the star that gives us hope during gloomy days. Your soft smile gives the strength that we need for our everyday labor and the determination to be the best daddy and mommy that we can be.
Terror and self doubt shadow my heart, but then her tiny toothless smile fills me with such hope, strength and love that all my fears melt away.
Having a baby changes everything.
A baby is everything to her mother as she is to the baby.
Taking care of a baby is the most important work anyone does in life.
Every child is a gift from God.
Choosing to become a mother is like choosing to let your heart go walking around outside your body for the rest of your life!
All babies need a lap.
Every new born baby is God’s opinion that the world should go on.
Love is carrying a child for nine months, giving birth, knowing you could never feel this way for any other being in this world.
Babies are always more trouble than you thought and more wonderful.
– Charles Osgood
A baby is a blank check made payable to the human race.
– Barbara Christine Seifert
A baby is born with the need to be loved and never outgrows it.
Every baby born into the world is a finer one than the last.
– Charles Dickens
A baby is an in- estimable blessing and a bother.
A mom who says you can’t love your fifth child as much as your first has never had five children.