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Tuesday, March 6

Your Child/ Children Loves You

Creating moments with your kids are truly remarkable.  None can compete with the feeling and thrill of seeing your children happy with you.  Making sure that keeping an extra time with the little ones makes bonding even greater and trust are further elevated.   More love are being shared.

According to an article in the, there are seven (7) signs that can be seen and know that your children or your child loves very much.  Here's the list and with my interpretation and experience about it.

  1. Your new born stares into your eyes.  It think this part are for the Moms because they are the extension of their life and babies are bound to their mothers.  The feeling of their reactions every time you look at them are really precious enough to hold forever.  According to the article this is the time the child is actually memorizing your face.
  2. Your baby thinks about you even when you're not around.  This is most prominent during the 8 to 12 months old, describe in the article that they start to scrunch their face and look around when parents leave the room and then they'll smile when they see you again.  Most parents play with their babies with peek-a-boo that makes them smile and even laugh loud enough.
  3. Your toddler throws wicked tantrums.  It says those screaming fits don't mean they stopped love you.  They wouldn't be so hurt and angry if they didn't trust you so deeply.  Actually this is the hardest part when toddlers started doing their tantrums.  
  4. Your toddler runs to you for comfort when she/he falls down or feels sad.  This is really a heart warming experience when your little ones goes to you when they feel sad or they have seen someone sad that make feel sad as well.  
  5. Your preschooler give you a gift.  It says in the article that they may give flower picked from the garden, a finger-painted heart, a sparkly rock, or another small token is their gesture of saying to you, us parents, that we're special to them.  I remember one time my son started folding a paper in a bouquet form and give to his mom saying flowers for you mommy.  
  6. Your preschooler wants your approval.  This is the time children wants to do their thing but seeks your permission.  Sometime they would even help you on your chores on which one of my kid does it.  It's really great seeing them like that.
  7. Your grade-schooler trusts you with secrets, like his first crush or his most embarrassing moments.  Though we haven't gone to this part of the stage.  I'm sure my kids will be as often as they are because that's what we wanted them to feel.  

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