Infant Daughter Famous Quotes & Sayings

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23 Infant Daughter Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Infant Daughter Sayings By Parker J. Palmer: becoming one's self: Rabbi Zusya, when he was an old man, said, "In the coming becoming one's self: Rabbi Zusya, when he was an old man, said, "In the coming world, they will not ask me: 'Why were you not Moses?' They will ask me: Why were you not Zusya?"'=
If you doubt that we all arrive in this world with gifts and as a gift, pay attention to an infant or a very young child. A few years ago, my daughter and her newborn baby came to live — Parker J. Palmer
Infant Daughter Sayings By Jimmy Rollins: Hustle is just playing the game right. Hustle is just playing the game right. — Jimmy Rollins
Infant Daughter Sayings By Debra Holland: The tiny body was slippery, and he held her tightly, afraid she'd slither out of The tiny body was slippery, and he held her tightly, afraid she'd slither out of his grip. He rotated the infant face-up, holding her about ten inches away from his face. The top of her head had a slight cone shape. Her blue-tinged hands pinked. The baby's eyes were open, alert and seemingly amazed.
They connected with his.
A jolt of intense feeling, of recognition, flowed between them. As he gazed on the scrunched features of the infant, love surged through him. He'd never felt such a feeling before, and his chest ached with the joyful pressure. Caleb wanted to curl her to his chest and keep her safe. He pressed a kiss to her forehead, inhaling a scent that surprised him with its sweetness.
"My baby?" Maggie asked.
The infant broke eye contact with Caleb and turned her face toward the sound of her mother's voice. He blinked back moisture from his eyes and grinned. "You have a beautiful daughter. — Debra Holland
Infant Daughter Sayings By Lil B: I feel like I'm man of the people: meeting people, respecting people and accepting people. I feel like I'm man of the people: meeting people, respecting people and accepting people. — Lil B
Infant Daughter Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: The St. Vincents arrived with their daughter Phoebe, a red-haired infant with an alarmingly changeable The St. Vincents arrived with their daughter Phoebe, a red-haired infant with an alarmingly changeable temperament. One moment the child was placid and adorable. The next, she was a squalling devil-spawn who could only be soothed by the sound of her father's voice. "There, darling," St. Vincent had been known to coo into the infant's ear. "Has someone displeased you? Ignored you? Oh, the insolence. My poor princess shall have anything she wants ... " And, appeased by her father's outrageous spoiling, Phoebe would settle into hiccupping smiles. — Lisa Kleypas
Infant Daughter Sayings By Charlotte Featherstone: She had his dark hair, his lashes, and from the glimpse he had, she bore She had his dark hair, his lashes, and from the glimpse he had, she bore his eyes, as well. But the shape of her face, a perfect oval, was her mother's. She had Anais's cheeks. Anais's lovely mouth and proud chin. He kissed her chin, feeling the softest of fluttering against his cheek - baby's breath. There was nothing sweeter than the feel of an innocent child's breath against one's cheek - nothing more wondrous than knowing that the baby was your own flesh and blood.
Mina stretched against him, yawning widely and throwing her arms up wide alongside her head. He laughed through his tears and reached for her little fist and brought it to his mouth, kissing her with such love he thought he would die of it. "You will consume me, little Mina, just as your mother has."
-Linsay to his infant daughter. — Charlotte Featherstone
Infant Daughter Sayings By Randy Pausch: Believe nothing a man tells you and everything he shows you ... (Taken from a Believe nothing a man tells you and everything he shows you ... (Taken from a farewell video from a dying father to his infant daughter on dating) — Randy Pausch
Infant Daughter Sayings By Alison Weir: Perhaps the Queen's prayers, and those of Bernard, had been efficacious, or perhaps Louise had Perhaps the Queen's prayers, and those of Bernard, had been efficacious, or perhaps Louise had been more attentive in bed, for during 1145
the exact date is not recorded
she bore a daughter, who was named Marie in honour of the Virgin. If the infant was not the male heir to France so desired by the King
the Salic law forbade the succession of females to the throne
her arrival encouraged the royal parents to hope for a son in the future.
Relationships between aristocratic parents and children were rarely close. Queens and noblewomen did not nurse their own babies, but handed them over at birth into the care of wet nurses, leaving themselves free to become pregnant again. — Alison Weir
Infant Daughter Sayings By Julianne MacLean: She wanted the man who held his infant daughter in his arms with fatherly affection, She wanted the man who held his infant daughter in his arms with fatherly affection, the man who could talk to her for hours and hours on a blanket in the grass,laid out under the trees.that man for some reason was out of reach. — Julianne MacLean
Infant Daughter Sayings By Gail Carriger: The infant-inconvenience kicked in response, and Conall twitched at the sensation. "Active little pup, isn't The infant-inconvenience kicked in response, and Conall twitched at the sensation.
"Active little pup, isn't he?"
"She," corrected his wife. "As if any child of mine would dare be a boy."
It was a long-standing argument.
"Boy," replied Conall. "Any child as difficult as this one has been from the start must, perforce, be male."
Alexia snorted.
"As if my daughter would be calm and biddable."
Conall grinned, catching one of her hands and bringing it in for a kiss, all prickly whiskers and soft lips.
"Very good point, wife. Very good point. — Gail Carriger
Infant Daughter Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Because I have nothing else to live for. You told me of your brother's betrayal. Because I have nothing else to live for. You told me of your brother's betrayal. Imagine your own father calling out his hounds to kill your infant daughter and husband. Imagine what it was like to watch them die and then be taken and punished for something you didn't do. To be stripped of your dignity and emotions because your father was embarrassed by a stupid, insignificant dream he'd had and he blamed everyone who walks in the dreams for it. You feel your pain, Aiden. I feel mine. (Leta) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Infant Daughter Sayings By Jennifer Brown: We drove on in silence, Dad shaking his head in disgust every few minutes. I We drove on in silence, Dad shaking his head in disgust every few minutes. I stared at him, wondering how it was we got to this place. How the same man who held his infant daughter and kissed her tiny face could one day be so determined to shut her out of his life, out of his heart. How, even when she reacyhed out to him in distress - Please, Dad, come get me, come save me - all he could do was accuse her. How that same daughter could look at him and feel nothing but contempt and blame and resentment, because that's all that radiated off of him for so many years and it had become contagious. — Jennifer Brown
Infant Daughter Sayings By Jodi Picoult: Once, Lacy had been present at the birth of an infant that was missing half Once, Lacy had been present at the birth of an infant that was missing half its heart. The family had known their child would not live; they chose to carry through with the pregnancy, in the hope that they could have a few brief moments on this earth with her before she was gone for good. Lacy had stood in a corner of the room as the parents held their daughter. She didn't study their faces; she just couldn't. Instead, she focused on the medical needs of that newborn. She watched it, still and frost-blue, move one tiny fist in slow motion, like an astronaut navigating space. Then, one by one, her fingers unfurled and she let go. — Jodi Picoult
Infant Daughter Sayings By Joe Jordan: Intrinsic value is not measured by how much money you make, it's measured by the Intrinsic value is not measured by how much money you make,
it's measured by the size of the problem you solve. — Joe Jordan
Infant Daughter Sayings By Claire Cameron: While 'Visitation Street' has the markings of a traditional whodunnit mystery - starting with a While 'Visitation Street' has the markings of a traditional whodunnit mystery - starting with a missing girl, intrigue and many suspicious characters - Pochoda shows her hand early on by fingering a culprit. The book turns, then, into a 'whydunnit.' — Claire Cameron
Infant Daughter Sayings By Thomas R. Insel: I trained in psychiatry in the 1970s, and much of our training was about what I trained in psychiatry in the 1970s, and much of our training was about what was then psychoanalytic theory, with a little bit of theory from Jungian psychology and a few other places. — Thomas R. Insel
Infant Daughter Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: Rest," Logan said. "Both of you." His caressing gaze moved over his wife and infant Rest," Logan said. "Both of you." His caressing gaze moved over his wife and infant daughter.
"I'll watch over you."
"Love me?" Madeline asked with a faint smile, and yawned again.
"It used to be love." He brushed his lips over her closed eyelids. "Now there's no word for it."
"You once told me that you thought love was a weakness."
"I was wrong," he whispered, kissing the corners of her mouth. "I've discovered it's my only
strength."
Madeline fell asleep with a smile still on her lips, her hand curled around his. — Lisa Kleypas
Infant Daughter Sayings By Donald E. Westlake: Mother of the bride had been determined that her daughter would have a church wedding, Mother of the bride had been determined that her daughter would have a church wedding, and women who successfully name their infant daughters Tiffany do tend to get their own way, so an evening wedding it was. — Donald E. Westlake
Infant Daughter Sayings By Gillian Cross: If fiction changes things, it's usually because it's a powerful way of exploring social issues. If fiction changes things, it's usually because it's a powerful way of exploring social issues. And it helps us to understand people who are different from us. — Gillian Cross
Infant Daughter Sayings By Juliet Marillier: My daughter," I said blankly. "I see. Correct me if I am wrong, but I My daughter," I said blankly. "I see. Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought
it took a man, as well as a woman, to make a child. Is this infant's father to
be a crab, or a seagull maybe? Or were you planning to shipwreck some likely
sailor on my doorstep, so I can make convenient use of him? — Juliet Marillier
Infant Daughter Sayings By Douglas Wickard: ... Wickard's novel colorfully illuminates the two sychronized protagonists, each displaying profound characteristics: Sami has ... Wickard's novel colorfully illuminates the two sychronized protagonists, each displaying profound characteristics: Sami has trouble adjusting to her new life and Smitty balances his secret life with his normal one, with a (living) wife and infant daughter at home...

... assertive characters with distinct backgrounds provide a solid fountaion for the story of a killer on the hunt."

Kirkus Review February 24, 2012 — Douglas Wickard
Infant Daughter Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: A book may lie dormant for fifty years or for two thousand years in a A book may lie dormant for fifty years or for two thousand years in a forgotten corner of a library, only to reveal, upon being opened, the marvels or the abysses that it contains, or the line that seems to have been written for me alone. In this respect the writer is not different from any other human being: whatever we say or do can have far-reaching consequences. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Infant Daughter Sayings By Robin Sharma: You don't get lucky. You create lucky. You don't get lucky. You create lucky. — Robin Sharma