When my kids where living at home there wasn't a day that went by that they did not hear it at least once a day. Now that they have grown and live on their own I tell them every time I talk to them or see them.
I grew up in a house where it was not said but you knew it. I always said when I had kids of my own I would tell them often.
I tell my daughter that I love Her every day, before bedtime and wait for Her to fall asleep.
I say it everyday to my son. I say it every night before he goes to bed.
I also say it before we leave one another during the day.
Never have I skipped a day.
My father on the other hand, has never said it to me to this day so I wonder if that had any influence.
I'd like to think it didn't but it probably did.
This is a lovely topic! I don't have kids but my mother tells us every day and I try to say it as often as possible, too. Every now and then I just ask her to call so I can hear her voice. I think it's so important to be vocal about it, even if deep down the whole family knows they love each other! There's just something so heartwarming and priceless about hearing those three magical words from family.
There is no harm in saying " I love you 2 much " to any person /kid that you love that brings them closer to you !!
My kids both are grown and are living on their own now, but I tell them that I love them practically everytime we say good bye to each other; be it over the phone or in person.
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