We all love our children and we assume our children know that they are loved. But did you ever pause for a moment and think, if this expression of love gets lost in our daily routine, household chores and social obligations. . Or you are a mother like mine, who ofcourse loves her child but is not as good at hugging, and saying it that she does. ( now that I am old enough to understand that she loves me, but as a child I missed those feelings being expressed) . . When I conceived I decided I would make sure that I express my feelings to my child, I will always tell her how much she is loved. . . Here are few ways I feel I am most comfortable at expressing my love for her(?even though this might change according to what age she is into) . 💕 I never miss a chance to hug or cuddle with her, I feel physical contact with the person whom you love helps that bond go stronger and also increases the comfort level with that particular human being. ( hugging your child according to me helps them confined in you and helps you a bond of trust) . . 💕 I make sure to look into her eyes and say I LOVE YOU. It’s important for her to know when someone looks into her eyes and says something they mean it from heart. Even though she is young for it now, but I want her to sense that, these are not just words but my feelings. . . 💕 Undivided Attention - My MIL always asks me to listen to what she has to say every time she calls mumma. According to her, if you respond to a child’s first call they will never seek or behave off the track just to get your attention. And with time they will have a feeling that, you will always be there to listen to what they have to say. And when sometimes if you ask them to wait to get heard, they will do it with a happy heart. . . These are small things that I do to express my love to her. Do you also feel expressing your feelings to little ones is important? If yes, what are things you do to express your love? .
29 Aug 2018