He will turn the hearts of fathers to their children and the hearts of children to their fathers.
Tropes that deal with one's children.
Note that tropes about young people without reference to parents/offspring go under Youngsters. If it's about mothers and fathers it's The Parent Trope.
- Abusive Offspring: A child abuses their own parent.
- Antagonistic Offspring: The parent's child is the archnemesis.
- Babies Make Everything Better: Couples agree that their children improve their lives.
- Bastard Bastard
- Bratty Teenage Daughter: Your teenage daughter is whiny and self-centered.
- Child by Rape: A child is conceived via rape.
- Daddy's Girl: Daughter admires her father and vice versa.
- Daddy's Little Villain: A villainous father's daughter.
- Dead Guy Junior: Child is named after an ancestor.
- Disowned Parent: A child disowns their parent(s).
- Dumbass Teenage Son: Absent-minded, inarticulate teenage son.
- The Dutiful Son: The child who dedicates themselves to taking care of their family while their prodigal sibling runs off.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: For all their evilness, the bad guy loves his mother.
- Extremely Protective Child: A child—who can be an actual child or an adult child—who is committed to their parents' wellbeing and will be badass to do it, a la Mama Bear or Papa Wolf.
- Family Relationship Switcheroo: A lie about a family relationship is revealed.
- Fan-Created Offspring: Giving canon characters kids in fanworks.
- Fate of the Frankensteins: Offspring of Frankenstein who also pursue the creation of life or experiments on the original Frankenstein's Monster.
- Follow in My Footsteps: Parents want what's best for their children and so they are forced into their shoes.
- Hates Their Parent: Child hates at least one of their parents.
- Heroic Bastard
- I Am Not My Father: Child chooses not to make the same mistakes as their parents.
- I Am X, Son of Y: Boastful attitude about your status as a Momma's Boy or Daddy's Girl.
- I Have No Son!: A parent disowns their child.
- Inbred and Evil: A villainous child of inbreeding.
- Kid from the Future: Child travels back in time and meets their parents before they were born.
- Let's Have Another Baby: Couples feel so blessed with their first child that they want to have another.
- Like a Son to Me: A character tells another that they're like the child they've never had.
- Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: The Mad Scientist has an innocent teenage daughter.
- Magical Seventh Son: The seventh son (whose father is usually a seventh son as well) has magical powers. Also counts for the Gender Flipped version.
- Maternal Impression: Non-genetic traits imparted to a child by circumstances during conception or pregnancy.
- Momma's Boy: Son adores his mother and vice versa.
- "Near and Dear" Baby Naming: Child is named after a living loved one.
- One-Night-Stand Pregnancy: A short fling that leads to a pregnancy.
- Our Phlebotinum Child: An artificial being brought into existence through fantastic means and The Power of Love.
- Overlord Jr.: The next generation's Evil Overlord.
- Parental Fashion Veto: Parents object to their child's fashion choice.
- Parent-Child Team: Parents and children team up to rebel against a cause.
- The Pastor's Queer Kid: A religious figure has a non-heterosexual and/or non-cisgender child.
- Playboy Has a Daughter: Someone who used to be The Casanova is now raising a daughter.
- Preacher's Kid: The child of a pastor who is either a sweet angel or an immoral devil.
- Random Species Offspring: A couple's offspring has a species way different from their parents' species.
- Royal Bastard: A child born out of wedlock whose parent(s) are of royal/noble birth.
- Single Sex Offspring: A family produces exclusively (or nearly so) boys or girls but not both.
- Small Parent, Huge Child: A child is bigger than their parent(s).
- Someone to Remember Him By: A dead man's widow or bereaved girlfriend ends up giving birth to his child.
- Son of a Whore: The child of a prostitute.
- Spin-Offspring: A work of fiction gets a sequel or spinoff focusing on the children of the original characters.
- Spoiled Brat: Parents have children who are spoiled.
- Strict Parents Make Sneaky Kids: Strict parents result in mischievous children.
- That Thing Is Not My Child!: A character refuses to consider a clone or artificially created person made from their DNA to be their child.
- Time-Traveler's Baby: A time traveler has a child in the time period they traveled to.
- Trophy Child: A child who is treated as a status symbol by their parents more so than a person.
- Turn Out Like His Father: A character ends up becoming like their parent.
- The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter: An unattractive man has a beautiful daughter.
- Wanted a Gender-Conforming Child: Parents take issue with their son or daughter not conforming to traditional gender stereotypes.
- Wanted a Son Instead: Displeased with their newborn daughter; wanted a son.
- Weapon Jr.: Children have kid-friendly versions of adult weapons.
- Youngest Child Wins: The youngest sibling has the best luck in life.