There's no point in being grown up if you cant be childish sometimes.
I've grown up, ... I'm less naive than before. I stopped the party scene a long time ago and started spending more time with family and real friends. I'm not perfect. Sometimes, I think about what I would say if I could talk to my mother again. First, I'd get off my chest the mistakes and bad decisions I've made. I'm married now with a wonderful wife. We're expecting a baby boy in December. I'm doing LaMaze classes and experiencing morning sickness with her. As a father, I'm going to be there every day I possibly can. But I had two children out-of-wedlock, not with my wife, before I was married. They're beautiful children; I adore them. But I grew up with a solid family, and Jacob and Atiana [ages 7 and 6] are entitled to that too. I try to be a good father to them, but it's not the same and there were other times when my head was turned by fame and fortune. Maybe the best way to say it is that I've made mistakes in my life, but they were innocent mistakes and I've grown from them.
This is about beer grown up. This is about tapping into mainstream sophistication, and that will resonate equally with men and women.
The people I went with were some friends I had grown up with. I'd known them all my life. It really made me think about why everybody around me went and I didn't.
People really like the fireplace. They appreciate the more grown up style.
Instead of collecting trading cards and other memorabilia some have grown up and now air miles is the adults' collectable.
I just started thinking about her first day of kindergarten. It's just amazing to see her all grown up.
The area is grown up with trees. There's a trash dump nearby littered with TVs and old mattresses.
Kids want to have the latest in technology, just like adults. Kids have grown up with computers. They are not afraid of technology, they embrace it.
It has been an extraordinary experience. The film is like a child to me. It has grown up and it's time to let it go. It's for you, not us.
Maybe there's a chance to get back to ... grown-up films. Anything that uses humor and dramatic values to deal with human emotions and gets down to what people are to people.
He's grown up as a player and a team leader. He played well on defense all day and still had the energy to get that last goal.
The younger generation isn't gravitating toward that. They've grown up with many more options. They're more interested in experimenting and in healthy, natural foods.
Tomorrow this is going to be an enormous audience of grown-up salaried adults. It's going to be even more difficult to get them then.
I'm not surprised by the success Gavin has had as a freshman. He's grown up in a wrestling family. His dad wrestled, and his older brother, Tim, was very successful for us. Gavin has had more wrestling matches in his living room and at family reunions than most people.
It's the middle level that is hard. We're not a mature enough industry to have grown up enough people to the midlevel.
Every woman/girl has grown up with 'little ladies don't hit'. They are considered the weaker sex and some men prey upon them. The best way to prevent this from happening is to educate.
We've all grown up not the same, but with very similar morals and values. We know how it is. We know not to talk about anyone's mother and sister.
It's a big change for players, but it's a bigger change for the referees. They've grown up not being involved in the third period and overtime. But you can expect good things from our guys. Our mission is the same. There's always that mental side of officiating. We've worked hard to prepare our guys.
Studs could have grown up in New York, Chicago or any dirty, industrial city full of conflict, hustle and color. He could definitely not have grown up in San Francisco or L.A.
It's horrible. I've grown up here. All the windows are going to have steel-reinforced gates. It's going to look like downtown Los Angeles.
We've grown up watching them and looking up to them as role models.
These young girls have grown up in a celebrity-driven culture.
It's a very sad situation. Just the fact that they're not grown up yet, they're still teenagers. It's just a very bad situation.
It's going to be rough ... a different transition. I've grown up with these boys.