I is for I LOVE YOU

I is for I LOVE YOU

For the A to Z blogging challenge we have arrived to I. For the letter I I’m rambling on about the phrase I LOVE YOU.

 

I was researching ways to say I love you. Guess what I found – tons of ideas that had to do with food. Makes me think of my earlier post about eating habits.

How we love is the core of our childhood.

I will always love you - I almost cried every time I read this to my babies
I will always love you – I almost cried every time I read this to my babies

The words “I LOVE YOU.” are so important to some, to others it is about actions. Words mean little if not followed up by action.

One of my favorite books is The 5 Love Languages, by Gary Chapman.  How do you show love? What makes you feel loved?

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You can take a survey and find out what you value. You can also explore your children’s love language. Do they feel loved by words of affirmation, acts of service, quality time, thoughtful gifts, or physical touch. For some, one hug means more than 100 words.

SO how do you say I LOVE YOU….how do you know your loved?

 

 

 

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