Yes, these are words that describe my little big man. This little pile of cute and destructive in the form of a boy, that The Daddy and I created.
Now, don't judge me too harshly on some of those adjectives I chose. *Gasp* Did she just call him a brat!? Yes. Yes I did. However, I say that light heartedly, and I mean all these things with all the love a momma can have for her kidlets.
BELIEVE me! I love this kid so much I could burst.
Its just, he has this amazing ability to both melt my heart/ make me wanna cry because I love him so stinkin' much one moment and then make me go crazy with frustration the next moment! :)
I'd say he gets that from The Daddy. ;) Whom I love with all my guts, but need some space from at times! Yes, he knows this... The Daddy, I mean. ♥ I like peace and quiet. They both like loud and crazy.
Just keepin' it real people. We are different, and that's ok. There is still love, understanding and acceptance in this family! And in all honesty, the good far outweighs the bad. And The Daddy and all the kidlets know how much I love them. ;)
And this little guy, Brucey, boy does he ever have my heart.
Anywho... Since I am on the subject of my little Buddy Boo, Brucey, I thought I would share HIS love language. You can read about Kiah's here, and Zander's here.
Bruce's Love Languages:
1: A tie between Physical Touch & Quality Time
2: Acts of Service
3: Receiving Gifts
4: Words of Affirmation
Brucey's were a mixture of agreement and surprise to me.
I had a feeling Physical touch and quality time would be close to his #1 love language, because like my other two kidlets, he loves and craves special time with me. And he cant go to sleep or say goodbye without "a-hug-and-a-kiss"... So no surprise they tied for #1. But I was sure Words of Affirmation would be closer to the top there.
I know that the words I say to him, both good and bad, affect him more so than Kiah & Zander. He can be very sensitive to words. So I kind of thought that would be closer to the top.
Still it is very eye opening to hear about what makes him feel loved. As with all the kids.
Its been my goal to really make an effort to LOVE outside of my love language.
Because we all wanna speak to others in our own love language, naturally. But the great thing about learning others' love language is being able to speak to them in theirs!
Ive had some interesting emails with a couple of people about this subject and how they are using it in their family. Its been great to hear your perspectives on love language in your family!
I hope you all keep sharing!!