The couple are about to be first time parents
With the world waiting on tenterhooks for Cheryl and Liam Payne’s baby announcement, now is the ideal time to document all the times they were #parentgoals with these amazing parenthood and love quotes.
Years before they even go together, before a Chiam baby was even a twinkle in their eyes, Liam and Cheryl were already showing off excellent ‘rents qualities.
Responsible, caring, sensible, oh-so-loving… And that’s just Liam. The 23-year-old earned himself the nickname ‘Daddy Direction’ during his time in One Direction thanks to his beyond-his-years maturity.
Cheryl, who has been broody since at least 2008, is the perfect match for her younger partner. Chez already knows how to get grumpy baby to sleep! And she seems like she is happier than ever with Payne.
To celebrate the imminent arrival of baby Chiam, here are all the times they were the best parents-to-be and lovers…
Liam Payne Parenthood And Love Quotes
“Personally, the worst thing a boy can do to a girl is to ignore her while she’s loving him with all her heart.”
Seriously. We’re a melted puddle on the floor.
“The most valuable lessons in life cannot be taught, they must be experienced.”
Whose dad has actually said this?
Cheryl and Liam will be the best parents! If these quotes are anything to go by…
“When I think about it, I do start to worry about this whole social media thing. It does make me uncomfortable; kids should be out, living their lives, getting out and enjoying themselves.”
‘Dads around the world high five each other in unison*
“Whenever I’m sad I just imagine if babies were born with moustaches.”
BABIES MAKE LIAM HAPPY! Even the hirsute kind.
“She’s been my dream girl since I was younger.”
Talking to Rollacoaster magazine in March 2017 about his gf, Cheryl. Aww!
Cheryl Parenthood Quotes
“Lavender helps you to sleep, and it’s peaceful, a nice aroma.”
Giving Sir Chris Hoy advice on getting his newborn and sleep-hating baby to sleep.
“I’d love kids. I’m obsessed with babies. Of course I’ve thought about baby names. A million times. I like Alfie for a little boy. I know that is what I was put on Earth to do – to be a mother.”
In an interview with GQ in 2012.
“Once I’ve had a child I’m always going to be a mother and that is sacred; to me that’s what life is about. It’s what I’m doing this for – for my future with my family. I want to be at the point where I can take a year, 18 months, off. I want them to wake up and ask for me, not a nanny. That would break my heart.”
Excerpt from Girls Aloud’s biography, 2008.