Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Fatherhood Quotes from famous authors such as Hrithik Roshan, Omarion, Ashley Walters, Tom Sizemore, Ben Dolnick. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
Fatherhood didn’t just happen to me. I am deliberately living it, re-imagining it, and rediscovering it every day. It is as beautiful as I make it, just like anything else in life.
Fatherhood is a process you can’t really express.
Growing up without a father has made fatherhood harder for me.
Fatherhood didn’t change me in the beginning very much.
If you were placing bets on which author would write the tenderest, most moving book about fatherhood, Philip Roth would probably come in at the bottom of the list.
Fatherhood is not a matter of station or wealth. It is a matter of desire, diligence and determination to see one’s family exalted in the celestial kingdom. If that prize is lost, nothing else really matters.
I have four boys aged 10 and under. Fatherhood is lovely but there is this slightly shocking moment when you realise it is not something you just wear and take off.
Fatherhood has changed me, I’ve become more patient.
Fatherhood isn’t always a planned thing, but when it happens you just do it. It’s very natural and in that sense it’s not really difficult.
Being a father has been, without a doubt, my greatest source of achievement, pride and inspiration. Fatherhood has taught me about unconditional love, reinforced the importance of giving back and taught me how to be a better person.
All my books explore fatherhood. I look at what it means to have a big father figure at the centre: sometimes they’re a good father, sometimes bad.
And in that time, I lost my dad and had kids of my own. It was like, OK, I get it now. I know what fatherhood is all about. And you look at your parents differently.
I don’t want the staggeringly wealthy Elton John and his family to represent the standard of gay fatherhood any more than straight people want the stunningly beautiful Angelina Jolie and her family to represent the standard of heterosexual parenthood. Stars are outliers; stars are exceptions.
Each child is biologically required to have a mother. Fatherhood is a well-regarded theory, but motherhood is a fact.
I’m working on this reality show, with me and my son. It’s gonna be like, about young fatherhood where, well, not too young, but in the same token as being my first child and he’s so young and me still being relevant in hip-hop. You know, having to balance my career being a father at the same time.
Fatherhood has changed me – it has to change you. It makes you much more aware of the minutiae of life, it’s not about your needs any more, its about everyone else’s.
Spanish children are too often ill-cared for, but despite the abuses of ignorant motherhood and fatherhood, such vivid, vivacious, bewitching little people as they are!
The fatherhood thing is easy – when you’re there.
This isn’t a racist, sexist, homophobic hellhole. It’s the greatest country on earth. The West got this way with a whole lot of risk-taking, freedom, faith, families, and fatherhood. I’m not just going to sit by while the establishment media attacks those cornerstone values.
Fatherhood is something that is personal to me because I didn’t grow up around my father.
What I love most about fatherhood is the opportunity to be a part of the development process of a new life.
I had no expectations about fatherhood, really, but it’s definitely a journey I’m glad to be taking. Number one, it’s a great learning experience. When my mother told me it’s a 24/7 job, she wasn’t kidding.
I walked into the wrong examination room. I’m bad enough at facial recognition… I saw more that day than I cared to. Fortunately, I didn’t recognize her from that angle, whoever it was, and I didn’t ask. I’m off to a rocky start on the road to fatherhood, but I got a free view.
All fatherhood is very important because single mothers shouldn’t have to raise sons or daughters; they need that help.
Fatherhood is a very natural thing; it’s not something that shakes up my life but rather it enriches it.
I was shy talking about certain things, and I was shy with being honest because I didn’t want people to judge me talking about fatherhood and how somebody should have my child around me.
Fatherhood changed me as a musician.
I’m a big fan of fatherhood, and I’m a big fan of my family.
The surprising thing about fatherhood was finding my inner mush. Now I want to share it with the world.
Most single guys I know think fatherhood is terrifying.
I love fatherhood. I could bang on about kids forever.
Fatherhood has gone and done much more than marriage. It has made me a far more responsible person.
Fatherhood is great because you can ruin someone from scratch.
I wish I knew myself, when I was playing, with the insight I gained once I found peace and distance from cricket, and fatherhood. I might have enjoyed those last years more.
I’m about to turn 48, and I think that the closer I get to 50, the more I might be interested in fatherhood. But honestly, I’m not grown up yet myself.
Having been a father for 19 years I realise fatherhood has changed me.
I love fatherhood.
I would define the new aspects of fatherhood like this: It is 75 percent amazing and 25 percent demoralizing. I think any new parent can understand exactly what I’m talking about.
Fatherhood, both times for me, was a choice.
Maintaining marriage seems to be tougher than fatherhood: apparently it’s the most difficult thing in the world.
I got a very late start at fatherhood. I’m a late bloomer in general. It took me seven years to get through four years of college. I was five years away from 40 before I had a family, and I had never been around kids much at all. All of a sudden, I was around three boys all the time.
I always knew one day fatherhood would be great, I just didn’t think it would be this great.
I was quite able at the insignificant work I did in MI6, but absolutely dysfunctional in my domestic life. I had no experience of fatherhood. I had no example of marital bliss or the family unit.
I had no road map for fatherhood; I had no personal history to draw from.
Well fatherhood has been a joy, it’s been a challenge and it certainly takes a lot of energy! You know, when I leave you start a whole new chapter of work when you come home and it really gives me a picture of what my Heavenly Father is like, looking at me.
Fatherhood has changed me completely.
Fatherhood is an honor, and men should be strong enough to step up to the plate.
Fatherhood is wonderful.
That’s a win for me, for people to be able to say, ‘Faith, fatherhood, monogamy exists in hip-hop.’
Fatherhood does affect your work decisions.
It’s just different discipline, just doing the voice over. I guess I’ve done about 5 or 6 audio books in the past and I do the animated voice for a show called Fatherhood on Nickelodeon.
Fatherhood has changed me a lot.
Anyone who tells you fatherhood is the greatest thing that can happen to you, they are understating it.
At my age you don’t go into fatherhood lightly.
Just think: people decided one day that a day should be set aside for motherhood and fatherhood. What a great concept that is.
They legislate fatherhood in Norway. It’s not an option. That’s a shocking thing to us in America.
You don’t have to be Wilt Chamberlain to get into the Basketball Hall of Fame. If you don’t have a sweet turnaround jumper from 18 feet, the best route to the Hall is fatherhood. Daniel Biasone, aka the ‘father of the 24-second clock,’ made the cut.
I love every minute of fatherhood, staying up all night, changing nappies, kids crying, I find it really funny and inspiring. It connects you to the world in a new way.
Fatherhood is pretending the present you love most is soap-on-a-rope.
Of course, fatherhood fundamentally changes a lot of your life, but it enriches you, too.