I found five children at the park and decided to ask them what love meant to each of them. They gave me some delightful answers.
Ritu is a working mother who has two adorable children.
She shares her experiences on, “What love means to kids” in an awesome blog post. Her post was inspired by a question she asked her two children on what love meant to them.
Her children gave very creative responses.
In answering the question, they imaginatively expressed themselves by drawing pictures, writing posts and some very heart warming poetry. She starts her fabulous blog post by telling us:
“I asked my children what love meant, and both of them, at separate times, mad faces at me, and went “Yuck!” Typical reactions for an 11 and 9-year-old! Love = boys/girls = kissing. Of course, that’s ‘yuck’ to them! After a little more explanation, the best we came up with was this; Lil Man There” …….
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Love is patient
Love is kind.
Love does not envy
Love is not boastful
Love is not puffed up
Love does not act improperly
Love is not selfish
Love is not provoked
Love thinks no evil
Love does not keep a record of wrongs
Love takes no pleasure in wrongdoing, but has joy in what is true
Love bears all things
Love believes all things
Love hopes all things
Love endures all things
Love never fails
1 Corinthians 13:4-8
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