I really LOVE my Fmily.

@bjc66bjc (6745)
United States
December 4, 2011 1:25pm CST
I am really realy love my family..I am so happy to be a part of this family..MY parents are passed and only myself and 5 other siblings are here..I am the only one who have moved away from home..Home is Virginia and I am in New York for the last 40 years..But never a year has passed that I have not seen my siblings,neices and nephews. I am the oldest of the 6 of us, and did I say, I LOVE MY FAMILY. We try very hard to be there for each other in any and all capacity..Now we can't always do everything but you can believe we give it our best effort. 3 girls and 3 boys..we are a really tight family and I am so far away that I miss seeing them regularly. the 3 sister meet together somewhere once a year to have a Sister Weekend...and thats has always been sucessful we really enjoy that. Do you LOVE your family??
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@srjac0902 (1170)
• Italy
4 Dec 11
It is so nice to read and enjoy. Yes I love family. Thos who live in larger families , they live a balanced life. Having two siters and three brothers you must have naturally learnt the altruistic virtues and values. No wonder you long to see them. When the children come, the relationship with parents and siblings does not diminuish but the joy completes. We do enjoy when the children interact with the siblings. In some countries may be everywhere, it is a common fact that the children love very much mumma's brother and sister too. Mamma's brother, maternal uncle to the children always has a soft corner for his sisters children. Many time Daddy's brothers and sisters use more authority and mamma's brother and sisters use more love and affection. Children love them too.
@bjc66bjc (6745)
• United States
5 Dec 11
thanks srjac for responding...I had to read your last few lines a couple of time to understand but I did conclude from your ressponse that there is love in the family and some are loved in different wasy than others...you are so right... Children makes a huge difference in a family because they show unconditional love.
@ladym33 (11009)
• United States
4 Dec 11
Yes, Of course I love my family. My parents both live in the State where I do. My mom lives about 45 minutes away and my dad lives a little over an hour away, they have been divorced for nearly 12 years but still get along really well. My sister and brother both live in other states and it is really hard not seeing them on a regular bases. We do keep in contact via email and on line. I get to see my sister twice a year and my brother usually once a year, it is not enough but we treasure our time together.
@bjc66bjc (6745)
• United States
4 Dec 11
thanks very much ladym33 for your response..You are still very lucky to still have your parents in your life. I am sure your family loves you also.. Have a wonderful day. its great to treasure every moment...
@indi15 (883)
• India
28 Dec 11
Oh yes , i love my family. I am married so now staying with my husband and son , but i visit my parents and brother. I miss them so much because they are away from me. Hope to see them more often.
• Philippines
14 Dec 11
Wow, you are so fortunate to have such a wonderful family. Your parents are no longer with you, and you and your siblings choose to stick together. Despite having a comparably larger number of siblings in the family, you are amazingly close to one another. Others would have gone separate ways to lead different lives or would have fallen apart due to rivalry for money. I admire your efforts as the eldest of the siblings. I also love my family. We are rather a small family, and I only have one sibling who is also my twin. We are really close to one another. Sometimes, I wish I had more siblings, so the house would get livelier. But it's okay, I am already contented. I will treasure forever what I have now.
@celticeagle (113065)
• Boise, Idaho
6 Dec 11
I sure do love my family. What there is left of it. I remember fondly Christmas' with my grandparents, uncle, mom and cousins all in attendance. Now it is just me and my daughter and her two kids. Oh, and I have a great grandson as well. I doubt we will all be together all day on Christmas. It is just not like it used to be. I so miss all the people.
@shibham (17025)
• India
6 Dec 11
Once upon a time i had a joint family with four uncles and cousins. We moved to another place many years ago having my own family. It was four at that time. Last month, my sister got married and now we are three. Yes, i do love my family.
@davaome (1828)
• Philippines
5 Dec 11
amazing that your family is really close even that you don't see each other very often. Years have gone by and still the family bond that you have remains as strong as ever. and surely there is no doubt that you really love your family. I have a very complicated family. my father had many women and currently i know of only 3 women from his past. One is my biological mother, two is my current step mother, and third a uknown woman. From the original family, we are 4 siblings, 1 girl, and 3 boys, and me being the youngest at 21 years old. then after my father and mother broke up, my father had a new partner, she is now my step mother. from her my father had 3 children, and there age is ranging to 6-2 years old. and just last month a girl that claims to be the daughter of my father from a girl she met before came to our lives. My father accepted her and now she is part of the family. and this new sister of mine is 13 years old. But even that they are my brothers and sisters from different mothers i still treat them no less as I would treat my brothers and sister. but even if my family is a very complicated one, I still love my family very much
@fsuma86 (364)
• Philippines
5 Dec 11
There has been a moment in my life that I didn't have a contact with them since there was a problem before. I focused my life with my work so that I can provide for myself. I thought everything will be okay but as time passes by I was the one who looked for them. I am the youngest in the family and I get to have everything that I wanted before. I didn't my family for 6 years but I contacted them after that. I visited them and check how are they. As I was talking to them everything was okay and they have moved on. While we were taking talking tears just fell down. That's the time that I was able to say that I really love them and I am weak without them.
@eljayo (1107)
• Philippines
5 Dec 11
Hi! I am really happy for this post because generation nowadays do not value family that much instead they value more their boyfriends/girlfriends,friends,career and etc. For me personally , this is not good. I love my family since they are the ones who took care of me since birth and I know even though I will have my own family they will still be there for em no matter what happens. I am so blessed and thankful to God fro my family.
• Indonesia
5 Dec 11
Sure, I love my parents both my father & mother and two lovely sister with their families. I always want to be together and excited to be together as well. I love seeing my parents and my sisters, but due to distance and time fact, I have hardly no time to revisit them. I really missed them so much and indeed did they either. To avoid my longing sense, I called them as frequently as possible. To call them back is self curing.
• Philippines
5 Dec 11
I indeed love my family so much. we are 3 siblings all girls and i am the eldest. being the eldest means a lot. Sometimes i has too much stress. We cannot bond together because my other sis works at different places. Once a year like Christmas we celebrate and meet each other at our grandparents house. It is so lovely and very lively seeing each other.
@jricky1 (6809)
• China
5 Dec 11
I sure indeed love your family and my parents treat me well and we are just like really really good friends.I talk to them whenever i have some problems to be settled.It's so great that you and your siblings are so close and you guys in a tight family.Good luck and enjoy your time being together,i think you may treasure your time after you recall your memories.