We’ve collected the best Fatherhood Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Bill Cosby, Jeffrey Kluger, Monique Roffey, Katharine Lee Bates, Will Smith. Use them as an inspiration.
Fatherhood is pretending the present you love most is soap-on-a-rope.
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!
Fatherhood is a joy. I feel very lucky to have a family. It gives you a perspective on things.
Fatherhood has changed me a lot.
Fatherhood changed me as a musician.
Fatherhood is the most amazing thing that could ever have happened in my life.
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.
The transparency men have enjoyed for generations, about their ability to frankly work while also reveling in fatherhood, is still complicated for women. Which is not to say that anyone can have everything.
Maintaining marriage seems to be tougher than fatherhood: apparently it’s the most difficult thing in the world.
Of course, fatherhood fundamentally changes a lot of your life, but it enriches you, too.
Most single guys I know think fatherhood is terrifying.
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 fatherhood.
Real fatherhood means love and commitment and sacrifice and a willingness to share responsibility and not walking away from one’s children.
Fatherhood has changed me and my perspective towards life.
Anyone who tells you fatherhood is the greatest thing that can happen to you, they are understating it.
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.
Fatherhood is something that is personal to me because I didn’t grow up around my father.