Sentences with Childhood, Sentences about Childhood in English
1. This song reminds me of my childhood.
2. They had been being friend since childhood.
3. He could not recover because of the depression he had in his childhood.
4. My mom grew up in Kansas, my dad in Indiana. They had boring childhoods.
5. My ideal goal is to “mature” into childhood. That would be genuine maturity.
6. Literature is a textually transmitted disease, normally contracted in childhood.
7. I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection.
8. My mom died when I was 16. I had a rough childhood, you know what I mean, but it made me strong.
9. If there were such a thing as terminal literalism, you’d have died in childhood. (Cassandra Clare)
10. I had no idea that mothering my own child would be so healing to my own sadness from my childhood.
11. … the companions of our childhood always possess a certain power over our minds which hardly any later friend can obtain.
12. Mom was the greatest influence of my childhood. She wanted to save me from the vice, lust, and drinking that was all about me.
13. Do not miss your children’s childhood. Do not be away 200 nights a year as I was. Do not put strains on your marriage or family.
14. We all have a childhood dream that when there is love, everything goes like silk, but the reality is that marriage requires a lot of compromise.
15. Childhood obesity is best tackled at home through improved parental involvement, increased physical exercise, better diet and restraint from eating.
16. My childhood should have taught me lessons for my own fatherhood, but it didn’t because parenting can only be learned by people who have no children.
17. I used to have a theory actually that, if you’ve had a good childhood, a good marriage and a little bit of money in the bank, you’re going to make a lousy comedian.
18. That was my childhood. I grew up with the monks, studying Sanskrit and meditating for hours in the morning and hours in the evening, and going once a day to beg for food.
19. My father was a farmer and my mother was a farmer, but, my childhood was very good. I am very grateful for my childhood, because it was full of gladness and good humanity.
20. It really was hand-to-mouth and you can say, ‘Poor little me, how dreadful, what a deprived childhood‘, but I didn’t feel that way at all. It’s all about the attitude at home.
21. What is a normal childhood? We weren’t rich, we were pretty middle-class. My dad survived from job to job with him taking care of so many relatives, he couldn’t save any money.
22. When I look back on my childhood, I think of that short time in Beirut. I know that seeing the city collapse around me forced me to grasp something many people miss: the fragility of peace.
23. I had an amazing childhood, lots of love. But my dad worked his tail off, getting up at 4 in the morning and going off at 5, 6 o’clock, yet he always had time to spend with his kids and his wife.
24. Sure, my childhood was unusual. All these eccentric, wild people frequented our home: rock stars, drag queens, models, bikers, freaks. But I was not this little rich girl. My mom and I lived in an apartment.
25. Just this morning, out of a large memory for songs, and having been obsessed by them since childhood, suddenly, at the age of 84, I thought of a song I hadn’t thought of in over 50 years. It came into my head unbidden.
26. When you are at the bottom, you find beauty in such little things, and goodness in such little gestures. When I compare any struggle today to ones that I may have had in my childhood, there is nothing that can bring me down.
27. One’s age should be tranquil, as childhood should be playful. Hard work at either extremity of life seems out of place. At midday the sun may burn, and men labor under it but the morning and evening should be alike calm and cheerful.
28. I always was drawn to the performing arts. I started dancing when I was two. I sang, loved to act, and loved going to visit my mom on-set. But she wanted me to have a normal childhood, so I wasn’t really allowed to pursue acting till I got older.
29. One thing that people keep on saying to me is that the wealth and the fame must have made up for missing out on my childhood. But the idea of money – putting a price on your childhood – is ridiculous. You will never get those years back and you can’t put a price on them.
30. I’m very comfortable with the nature of life and death, and that we come to an end. What’s most difficult to imagine is that those dreams and early yearnings and desires of childhood and adolescence will also disappear. But who knows? Maybe you become part of the eternal whatever.