It helps the children move forward.
He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers.
Tobacco has to be addressed and fought now because the children and young people of Asia are becoming influenced.
That afternoon he went home with the kids and one of the children went ahead of him inside. The child came back out and said there was blood. He (the husband) went in and saw signs of a struggle and called the sheriff's office.
The children get so excited to be on campus and around college students. I have seen so much growth from the kids in just the two hours we spend with them. They become more vocal and gain a rise in their self-confidence.
Yes. I won't be giving them to the children, but back to society. Don't get me wrong, the children will get something, but we received from society, and will give it back.
We'd rather put the money into the school for the children than into some portables.
This required a lot of different things to fall together. Not only do the children have to be bright. They had to be ambitious. Not one of them went off the tracks during their childhood and adolescence. They could be bright and ambitious, but still, for a period of 20 to 25 years, both parents had to make enormous sacrifices. These are parents who truly believed that the future is in their children.
We want all of our families and all of the children to feel that they're welcome and included there, and one of the ways to do that is to show different kinds of families.
Ellen called me and insisted that I take the children.
The children were allowed to sleep with her.
I'd heard of St. Bonaventure, but I don't think any of the children or the people in the community had heard of them.
A lot of times, they don't really understand what the difference is. The children who were brought (into the United States) early don't think of themselves as different. Most undocumented children find out when they are sophomores (in high school) and everybody is talking about college and applying for financial aid. That's when they find out they don't have a Social Security number.
It was pitch black. The children were sick and wetting their pants. Some elderly people were fainting, dehydrated.
My first task is to get [the children] back in school where they belong. But it has to be under a safe environment.
We wanted a community activity where everyone in town would read one book and we wanted the children to be involved.
[During the interview with the family, the children] all seemed to be in agreement with their mom, ... they all seemed spontaneous in their comments.
The children screamed, 'Mom! Mom!' but she didn't answer, she was dead already.
The father was traumatized. He went into shock. He ran to the children to gather them up, and the children were screaming, 'Mom! Mom!' and she wasn't answering. She was dead already.
When I was growing up, the whole block was your village -- everyone looked out for the children. [The Month of the Military Child] recognizes the need for vigilance for the military public, as well as issues surrounding children safety, abuse and awareness.
One of the things I tell my own daughter and also the children I work with is something I learned long ago from my grandmother. Your word is your honor. If you make a commitment it is your responsibility to live up to your word. If you don't then this is a reflection on your character and ultimately on your honor as a person of integrity.
The children created pop art portraits of themselves by tracing over a digital picture on the computer. It certainly added something extra. At the end of the class, they couldn't believe that it was already playtime.
She spent 18 years as a schoolteacher. Let's think about the children she would have touched.
Since we're in a small town, it's easy for people to assume they know all about the children, so I tried to approach it as if we knew nothing about the children. That way, the parents can tell us everything we need to know about their child, and there won't be any mistaken assumptions. Some of the parents like to (jokingly) call it a novel, but I think it's important for us to know as much as possible about the children we'll be caring for.
No, never. I never thought on those lines. I was only thinking of the children and their happiness.