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I Love My Kids

Updated on September 2, 2011

Unconditional Love

 I know at the end of the day when I feel I completely lost my sanity tomorrow will come and I get to experience the joy of my kids again.  Even though they drive me to the edge of craziness I often sit and think how I manage to do it day after day. 

After having children I now know the real meaning of unconditional love. The love that begins in the hospital when they say here is your baby.  The love that no matter what happens will ever change.  The kids could totally drive me crazy today but tomorrow when I wake up the love is still there just as strong as before.  I know everyday they gang up on me and drive me nuts, but I guess they also know that I will still love them even if I can't remember their names at that time. 

My favorite things to do with the kids is to just sit and hug them. I love to tell them how much I love them, even though I think they get sick of hearing it.   I love when they learn something new, or when they see something new that makes them happy.  Just to see the joy in their faces, and not only the joy but also the puzzled looks they give when they are trying to figure something out.  The happiness is overwhelming when they use the manners I try to put in their brains everyday.  I am just overall proud of my kids and I will love them forever and then some.  (Even if I don't remember their names at the end of the day)

I just always want my kids to know how much I love them and that it will never change.  They are in my heart and on my mind every minute of everyday. 

 

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    • xixi12 profile image

      xixi12 7 years ago from Everywhere but here. In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved. You can never be truly free till you have the discipline to manage it.

      very cute. Kids are so adorable and they just melt your heart. (That is when they are not crying)lol

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      Jill Kostowskie 7 years ago from Pennsylvania

      Thanks xixi12, I tell my kids I love them tons of times a day. We even have a secret code, by saying "L" and putting our thumb and pointer finger up in the shape of an "L", it means love. Even my two year old does it as he is yelling "L" Love".

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      xixi12 7 years ago from Everywhere but here. In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved. You can never be truly free till you have the discipline to manage it.

      Its important to tell them how much you love them. It really goes a long way and they will never forget. I remember my mum always telling me she loves me especially when going to bed. Its meant to make me have sweet dreams and it does. Beautiful hub