At that time Jesus said, "I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children.
Not everybody is "into kids."
I have been since I was a kid. People used to tell me I was going to have a crooked back when I grew up because I ALWAYS had a baby on my hip.
I'm aware not everybody feels this way about all children, but most of the time parents feel this pleasure from their own children. We like to see them smile. We like to fix their reason for tears. We like to see their joy when they master a puzzle. We go to great strides to repeat the satisfaction of these experiences.
We teach children to be complex, but a child's nature is to love simplicity.
Until we teach them otherwise, they prefer the box the toy came in. They prefer splashing water or sandboxes to gadgets.
Jesus revealed a very important key to getting and having God's attention;
"Pssst! Become as a child."
Your Heavenly Father is very much "into kids." Especially grown ups who love and trust him him with abandonment of sight & sound. Regardless of the seriousness or chaos going on around them, they go get "Dad" to fix it. God is as addicted to your reaction of peace and joy as you are to your children's. But be a bratty princess, or a grouchy bully, and even God can't get excited about that. The same way a well-behaved, grateful child gets all the "breaks," a grown up who comes to God as THAT kind of child gets all the breaks.
He has CHOSEN to reveal to those with the simplicity of child-like faith.
Give God your best thought, attitude, behavior and words.
He can't resist it.