Of course. You'll always be your parents' child. Btw. the plural is children, not childs.
A child might be really young, like four or five. As opposed to one that's ten or eleven.
"jung", sometimes "junge", not to be confused with "Junge", even if der junge Junge ist jung?
You can move "jung" to the front ("Jung ist das Kind") but it doesn't emphasise "how young it is" - it just focuses on the word "jung" and/or on "das Kind" which is now at the end.
For example, it might mean "The child is not .... but it is young", or "The person that is young here is the child".