Childhood Quotes and Sayings
Childhood is like being drunk, everyone remembers what you did, except you.
Your adulthood is a by-product of your teenagehood, which is a complicated version of childhood.
The first 40 years of your childhood are always the hardest.
I miss being a little kid with no stress, worries or care in the world.
If you don’t do anything stupid when you’re young, you won’t remember something funny when your old.
Childhood, after all, is the first precious coin that poverty steals from a child.
– Anthony Horowitz
I miss those childish days of long ago, when one day was as long as twenty are now .
– C.J. Heck
That sad moment when you realize your childhood is over.
Admit it. You’ve done one of these:
1) Walked into a room, forgot what you needed, walked out, and then remembered.
2) When you were younger, drew the sun in the corner of the paper.
3) When you were little, thought that shape of a real heart was actually <3.
4) Closed the fridge door really slow, just to see when the lights went off.
5) Tried to balance the light, between the On & Off.
Why must they grow up and lose it all?
– Virginia Woolf
We carry our childhood with us.
– Gary D. Schmidt
Whoever said that childhood is the happiest time of your life is a liar, or a fool.
– Carlos Ruiz Zafón
All of us are products of our childhood.
– Michael Jackson
We may not be able to prepare the future for our children, but we can at least prepare our children for the future.
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
Memories of childhood were the dreams that stayed with you after you woke.
– Julian Barnes
I had always thought that once you grew up you could do anything you wanted – stay up all night or eat ice- cream straight out of the container.
– Bill Bryson
There is no land like the land of your childhood.
– Michael Powell
An idyllic childhood is probably illusion.
– Martha Grimes
When you finally go back to your old hometown, you find it wasn’t the old home you missed but your childhood.
– Sam Ewing
In the happiest of our childhood memories, our parents were happy, too.
– Robert Brault