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List Of Songs About Kids Growing Up

Songs About Kids Growing Up

It’s breath taking how fast our kids grow up in-front of our eyes. For a moment we are celebrating their first birthday and the next time they are planning their own birthdays with their friends. Life is full of endless moments that we have to cherish and moments that won’t come back. What best way than to cherish these memories in the form of loveable songs. These songs represent the kids childhood, their naughtiness, their persona and of-course the time frame when they grow up, spread their wings and fly away from their nests. These songs about kids growing up will definitely bring tears in your eyes and remind of every single moment that they have spent in your life. Because in one moment you have a baby in your arms completely dependent on you and the next moment you have an adult who is taking care of you. These songs about kids growing up will give you a chance to pause and enjoy your kids childhood.

Songs About Kids Growing Up
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List of songs about kids growing up

#1. Nicole Noderman’s song “slow down”

This video tops the list as it captures almost all the precious moments that a parent goes through. The first day that we hold the baby in hand to the day they graduate and leave the house for ever. This video begins with a mother holding her twin babies and shows each and every milestone of them very beautifully. How they start crawling and walking and learning to ride a bike to losing a tooth and finally graduating. The mother just feels the pain in how fast the time just passes away and she can do nothing to stop it. Its heart warming and breaking at the same time to listen to the beautiful music at the same time watch the mother’s pain.

#2. Nanci Griffith – “Turn Around“

Yet another song that would definitely bring tears to your eyes. The lyrics are so perfect that one would have a feeling that the song has been written for them. The songs revolves around a baby girl and how she grows out of her cocoon so fast and enters her own new world. The mother describes the pain by stating that once she just turns around and the baby is two years old and yet again she does the same turns around and the baby turns four and again she just turns around and the baby is a grown women now. The song very beautifully captures the life of a girl child and how precious those moments are in the parents life which cannot be brought back by anything.

#3. Trace Adkins – “ Then they do”

We all experience difficult days and sleepless nights with our little ones. We often pray and hope for one quite day so we can have a cup of coffee in piece. This song will get you to your soul. It reminds you that the day you have been praying for would come and that too so fast that you would wish you had a few more days and nights with your naughty toddler. The moment they start achieving their individual milestones, no messy house, everything is just so quite and still then would be the time you would wish for a little more days of your toddler time. Time is like a passing sand it stops for no one. So the song clearly states that have at it and enjoy the precious moments of your kids life while you can other wise it would be too late.

#4. Sonu Nigam’s – Meri duniya tu hi re from Heyy Babyy

This song in the beautiful voice of Sonu Nigam depicts a father’s journey along with his child and suddenly how his life takes a 360° turn when she enters her life and everything in his life now revolves around her. He misses those times when she is not around and wishes time to stay still for eternity so he can love his little one in abundance.

#5. Shankar Mahadevan – Dilbaro from Raazi

Such a melodies song by the great singer would definitely bring tears to your eyes. This song is sung by a girl who is now fully grown up and is leaving the house for her future life but asks her dad to bring back her childhood and the times when he taught her how to walk. Even the simplest of the words shows the girls pain of how difficult an adult life is and how precious those moments of childhood with her father was. She urges him to hold her hand and guide her through her new life just the way he taught her to take her first step in life years back. Dilbaro is a jolt down memory lines for all of us who are seeing our children grow and feeling the pain now of the time passing so fast in front of our eyes. Now do we realise the pain our parents must have felt when were all grown up ready to face the world and leave their house. Just how easy it was to say don’t worry mom or dad I will handle. How these mere words would have toppled their world. Take a moment and thank your parent for all the sacrifices they made to let you be an independent and confident human being.

So folks walking down memory lane is quite pleasurable and that too if we have a song running in the back ground that takes us back to the actual moments in our life. I personally experienced goosebumps listening to these melodies and was drenched in tears. I hope you would have the same mesmerizing experience. Do you have any beautiful songs that remind you of how fast your child is growing up and also so beautiful that you had in on the loop, do let us know by commenting on our Facebook page or you can drop a comment below this article too. Also do try the songs about kids growing up and live the magic in every moment of your kids life.

Happy parenting!!

Dr. Krutika Kumaresan
Dr. Krutika Kumaresan MPT is an Adult and Paediatric Neuro therapist.I am a mother of a beautiful baby girl. She is the most precious thing to have happened to me. Motherhood in the eyes of a medical professional is completely different. Very often I find myself in a dilemma when she is sick I become frozen and panicked. As a first time mother it is sometimes overwhelming and full of surprises. Yes being in medical professional helps me tackle a few things here and there but what I have learnt through the journey so far is it’s okay to not know or being not able to decide for yourself. It’s okay if you seek somebody’s help. It doesn’t mean that you are weak or don’t have enough knowledge it just means you are new at this and trying to do your best. It takes great courage to accept your short comings and learn about it in the process. As a mother and as a medical professional I have just one advice and tip to all the parents out there do not ever try and compare your little one to other children. Every child is unique and is a blessing enjoy their childhood and let them be.                                                                                                                

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