65 Nursery Quotes On Success In Life

These nursery quotes will inspire you. Nursery is an area where plants are grown for transplanting, for use as stocks for budding and grafting, or for sale or a place where young children are cared for during the working day; a nursery school.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging nursery quotes, nursery sayings, and nursery proverbs.

Best Nursery Quotes

  1. “The most important part of education is proper training in the nursery.” Plato
  2. “A man’s home may seem to be his castle on the outside; inside is more often his nursery.” Clare Boothe Luce
  3. “When I was in nursery school, the teachers asked me, y’know, ‘What does your dad do for a living?’ So I said ‘He helps women get pregnant!’ They called my mom and they were like, ‘What exactly does your husband do?’ ” Natalie Portman
  4. “In a nursery, if you don’t take care of those plants, your profits get lost real quickly. You have to weed. You have to water. You have to nurture. Also, you have to take care of your employees in such a way that they do the same.” Jack Dangermond
  5. “A true poet does not bother to be poetical. Nor does a nursery gardener scent his roses.” Jean Cocteau

  6. “My eyes opened, and the first thing I thought of when I could put thoughts together was I want to be in show business. Never wanted anything else. I used to sneak in the costume room at my nursery school and smell the costumes.” Joan Rivers
  7. “I used to work at a puppy nursery.” Channing Tatum
  8. “Habit is the nursery of errors.” Victor Hugo
  9. “We need a proper balance between government spending on nursing homes and nursery schools – on the last six months of life and the first six months of life.” Thomas Friedman
  10. “Happy is he who still loves something he loved in the nursery: He has not been broken in two by time; he is not two men, but one, and he has saved not only his soul but his life.” Gilbert K. Chesterton

  11. “My parents both worked full-time flipping burgers at the local fast-food joint, and my grandmother looked after us. English was her second language, so instead of books, I learned spoken French nursery rhymes and curse words.” Kameron Hurley
  12. “I refuse to consign the whole male sex to the nursery. I insist on believing that some men are my equals.” Brigid Brophy
  13. “I would go to an aunt’s house, and she would let me play music, and she had ‘The Last Poets’ album. At that time, albums didn’t have explicit stickers on them, so some of the songs had profanity on them, and I was moved by that. I would listen to those songs, to the flow, and I’d balance it back and forth with the nursery stuff I had.” Gza
  14. “I’m on my own so I do everything. I think with any mum, guilt is a major factor. You feel guilty dropping your kid off at nursery and going off to work all day. It’s so tough to juggle everything, to get it right all the time.” Laila Rouass
  15. “I like Fisher Price music, nursery rhymes, and the alphabet song.” Tre Cool

  16. “We have a part-time nanny who does a few afternoons a week. We have a nursery.” Katherine Kelly
  17. “In the matter of the maintenance and rearing of children the Anarchists would neither institute the communistic nursery which the State Socialists favor nor keep the communistic school system which now prevails.” Benjamin Tucker
  18. “The first poems I knew were nursery rhymes, and before I could read them for myself, I had come to love just the words of them, the words alone.” Dylan Thomas
  19. “Nursery rhymes were political when they were first written! To me, that’s what it’s about: it’s about using it to say something more than just what the story is.” George A. Romero
  20. “Okay, this is a secret, but I think that nursery rhymes are the most relaxing and fun songs.” Karisma Kapoor

  21. “Of course, it’s hard to get interested in the whole idea of government. Nothing ever changes, especially people saying ‘nothing ever changes,’ despite the fact their kid now has a free nursery place and their aunt was forced to work despite having dementia.” Frankie Boyle
  22. “I like a very dark house, just black. I sit there and just think. Once I’m still and quiet inside, I’ll begin. It’s very personal; it has to be. One song maybe Bach, the next blues, a song from TV, or a nursery rhyme or jazz piece.” Bobby McFerrin
  23. “A church is an incubator, a nursery, a grade school. You start where people are and move them to where they need to be.” Adrian Rogers
  24. “There is still the feeling that women’s writing is a lesser class of writing, that what goes on in the nursery or the bedroom is not as important as what goes on in the battlefield, that what women know about is a less category of knowledge.” Erica Jong
  25. “I get asked a lot what books I recommend for a nursery, home library, etc., and I always tell parents to start with what they loved as children, what they want to share, and broaden out from there.” Rebecca Serle

  26. “My first role was an angel in the nursery nativity. I spotted my mum halfway through and shouted over someone else’s lines to ask if she liked my costume. I’ve learnt not to do that now.” Emily Berrington
  27. “I planted an orchard when I was 13. The impulse came from wanting to grow my own apples. That and the nursery catalog showed an apple tree with a beautiful girl standing under the fruit. Whether the flavor or the picture that did it, I’ve been hooked since.” Bill Pullman
  28. “We can move water easily with plastic pipes. We can move shade around with nursery cloth like a tinker toy for animals and plants. Yet we have developed this necessity to grow food with chemical fertiliser because we have forgotten the magic of manure.” Joel Salatin
  29. “The arts have only ever interested a small minority of people, which acted as a kind of nursery to support artists.” Vivienne Westwood
  30. “I would get fit after having each of my children but it was always slightly tainted with guilt because I would feel guilty if they were with a nanny or at nursery while I was working out.” Sara Cox

  31. “My parents owned a plants nursery. We all grew up growing things and planting things and selling things, and I also managed landscape crews.” Jack Dangermond , Plant nursery quotes
  32. “My kitchen is my baby. I don’t have kids, so cooking is sort of like my child. Renovating my kitchen has allowed me to channel my creativity the way parents work on a nursery. The centerpiece is my vintage 1950s Wedgewood stove.” Sara Ramirez
  33. “The footballers’ wives I know, they’re teachers, midwives. They want to do something useful. One is working at my son’s nursery, on her hands and knees, in Converse and jeans, teaching kids to count.” Louise Nurding
  34. “I was never a girl who dreamed about what her wedding day would be like, but I’ve always dreamed about decorating my baby’s nursery.” Rebecca Romijn
  35. “In Sarvamangalam,’ I am fond of flowers and I want to own a nursery. My character talks only to flowers. If she is sad she will go and talk to flowers. It is not a comedy film, it is a nice subject.” Shamna Kasim

  36. “Poetry carries its history within it, and it is oral in origin. Its transmission was oral. Its transmission today is still in part oral, because we become acquainted with poetry through nursery rhymes, which we hear before we can read.” James Fenton
  37. “When these suckers had formed roots in the open ground, or kind of nursery where they were planted, they were looked over and the best taken up for potting.” Robert Fortune
  38. “The highest pay cheque my mother ever received funded the building of a nursery school in Shepherd’s Bush – the school cost well over three times the money she donated to the making of the film ‘The Palestinian.’ Unsurprisingly this always goes unmentioned in the press.” Joely Richardson
  39. “I earned my first steady paycheck watering rose bushes at a nursery for a dollar an hour.” John Grisham
  40. “I knew what I wanted to do for my entire life, from nursery to university. I’ve always been geared towards wanting to act. I’ve stuck with it, dedicated time to it.” Archie Panjabi

  41. “My first record was about childhood. There were a lot of nursery rhyme and fairytale references; it was all about being naive.” Mika
  42. “My nursery school did a production of ‘The Three Little Pigs.’ I played the third pig. When the wolf knocked on my door, I refused to get up and answer it because, to me, he was knocking the wrong way. I just lay there, snoring away on stage, fully immersed in my character. My dad turned to my mom and said: ‘Dustin Hoffman.’ ” Zooey Deschanel
  43. “We’re doing a partial green nursery and trying as hard as we can to do as much organic stuff for our nursery as we can.” Lisa Ling
  44. “I was a nursery school teacher, and I worked with youth groups. I loved that job. It was exhausting, but you got a lot back – all their purity and insight and innocence is so on the surface, and they’re so unrepressed; they’d really scream at you and then give you a massive kiss.” Bat for Lashes
  45. “I’m very superstitious. I come from a family that’s big on not painting the nursery until the baby is home.” Nina Jacobson

  46. “I do quite a lot of art, with a small ‘a’. I guess that is how I was dredged up, with paints and crayons. Even when I was at nursery, I knew instinctively how to mix colours, how to make purple or orange.” Amanda Harlech
  47. “Composers now just don’t have the depth of inspiration for melody. Most of the lyrics of the pop songs you hear today are repetitious. They’re almost nursery rhymes, as if written by children – which they are.” Rudy Vallee
  48. “All the kids from my nursery school are still in touch.” Anne Wojcicki
  49. “I remember everyone in my nursery school class getting a carton of milk before the day started. Only, I got mine about 20 minutes later than everyone else because it had to be kept on the radiator for a short while. I liked warm milk when I was small.” Luke Pasqualino
  50. “I wonder if the nursery and the chamber of horrors are as far apart as people think?” Tove Jansson

  51. “My nan was a nursery maid. Most people weren’t in big houses. They were maids of all work.” Sarah Waters
  52. “My mother read nursery rhymes to me, and my grandmother told me folk stories, but as a child I had no interest in writing whatsoever.” Alan Garner
  53. “Nearly all children have a feeling for rhythm in words, for the delicate pattern of nursery rhymes. Many adults have lost this feeling and, if they read verse at all, demand a far cruder music than that which they once appreciated.” Louis MacNeice
  54. “My parents were immigrants who started a nursery as a way to get us kids through school. I learned around the dinner table about customer service and cash flow and paying bills.” Jack Dangermond
  55. “You might want to write ‘War and Peace,’ but that might not be who you are. You might be better off with nursery rhymes.” Romesh Gunesekera

  56. “We’ve got to protect the nursery schools. I’m chair of governors in a nursery school in my area. If we lost the provision, I’d be worried about the socialising skills of children.” Colin Salmon
  57. “Dartmoor proper consists of that upland region of granite, rising to nearly 2,000 feet above the sea, and actually shooting above that height at a few points, which is the nursery of many of the rivers of Devon.” Sabine Baring-Gould
  58. “I’ve got a really good network that includes friends who all had babies within eight weeks of each other, plus my sister, a lovely part-time nanny and a nursery where Orla goes for half days.” Katherine Kelly
  59. “You should see the way I walk around on the way to the nursery. I look a state.” Katherine Kelly

  60. “The family meal is really the nursery of democracy. It’s where we learn to share; it’s where we learn to argue without offending. It’s just too critical to let go, as we’ve been so blithely doing.” Michael Pollan
  61. “In 1996, Trump had crashed a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a charity opening a nursery school for children with AIDS. Trump, who had never donated to the charity, stole a seat onstage that had been saved for a big contributor.” David Fahrenthold
  62. “My wife was pregnant while we were promoting ‘Ant-Man,’ and that was very exciting, to see, like, action figures of myself, as we’re getting the nursery ready.” Corey Stoll
  63. “Writing, for me, really started in the ’70s as a young child. I used to read a lot of nursery rhymes, and I learned a lot of those rhymes word for word.” Gza

  64. ” ‘Goodnight Moon’ is a staple of any nursery bookshelf. So, too, are ‘Harold and the Purple Crayon’ and ‘Madeline.’ These books are just as much a part of mainstream reading culture as ‘The Catcher in the Rye,’ and they are passed down from generation to generation.” Rebecca Serle
  65. “I was a housepainter and a landscape nurseryman, and all these various odd jobs I had, and started doing community theater.” Michael Emerson

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