What are parents?

Some articles on parents:

Kateryna Yushchenko - Parents
... Kateryna Yushchenko’s parents met in Germany, married, and gave birth to her sister Lydia in 1945 ...
Farley Granger - Early Life
... of their social status, both of Granger's parents began to drink heavily ... The family settled in a small apartment in a seedy part of Hollywood, and Granger's parents worked at various temporary jobs ... and the following morning Gersh contacted Granger's parents and asked them to bring him to his office that afternoon to discuss the role of Damian, a teenaged Russian ...
Open Adoption - History of Openness in Adoption
... Closed and secret records reassured adoptive parents from the fear of returning biological parents ... mothers" and "giving them" to adoptive parents became the norm during the BSE ... keep their child a secret, and adoptive parents told to treat the child "as if born to" ...
Saul Alinsky - Early Life and Family
... in Chicago, Illinois in 1909 to Russian Jewish immigrant parents, the only surviving son of Benjamin Alinsky's marriage to his second wife, Sarah Tannenbaum Alinsky ... Alinsky stated during an interview that his parents never became involved in the "new socialist movement." He added that they were "strict orthodox, their whole life ... of 12, after which time he began to fear that his parents would force him to become a rabbi ...
Homosexuality - Parenting
... consistent in showing that lesbian and gay parents are as fit and capable as heterosexual parents, and their children are as psychologically healthy and well-adjusted as ...

Famous quotes containing the word parents:

    Most childhood problems don’t result from “bad” parenting, but are the inevitable result of the growing that parents and children do together. The point isn’t to head off these problems or find ways around them, but rather to work through them together and in doing so to develop a relationship of mutual trust to rely on when the next problem comes along.
    Fred Rogers (20th century)

    Here is the beginning of understanding: most parents are doing their best, and most children are doing their best, and they’re doing pretty well, all things considered.
    Richard Louv (20th century)

    Not too many years ago, a child’s experience was limited by how far he or she could ride a bicycle or by the physical boundaries that parents set. Today ... the real boundaries of a child’s life are set more by the number of available cable channels and videotapes, by the simulated reality of videogames, by the number of megabytes of memory in the home computer. Now kids can go anywhere, as long as they stay inside the electronic bubble.
    Richard Louv (20th century)