what do you love most from your children?

@prily9 (568)
Indonesia
August 6, 2007 2:41am CST
children have different attitude. basicly I love everything from my children but here are what I really love from both my daughters. I love when my first child buy me something from her daily money. even though was cheap but I love her attention and I love when my second daughter speak to me "ma" ( she can't speak fluently . and how about you guys?. what do you love most from your children
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13 responses
• United States
6 Aug 07
i cant pick one thing i love most about my children but i enjoy watching them grow and hitting milestones in their lives like walking, starting school, being able to tie their shoes etc, but recently what i tend to look forward to from each of my children is.. my son asking me to tuck him in at night, my daughter crawling in my bed to scnuggle with me and telling me im her best friend and each kick my unborn child gives me.
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@prily9 (568)
• Indonesia
9 Aug 07
you have been blessed with your children. thanks for sharing
@jlara_gtr34 (3491)
• Philippines
6 Aug 07
hello there! ;0 let me clear things first, i have no children yet, because im still 20 years old. still studying. lolz. but my elder sister has a daughter, and she is so cute. since my sister's family is living with us, i am in constant contact with my niece and she brings me a lot of joy, especially when she does her "tricks". she is already three years old and she is so beautiful and smart. i am so proud of her. she is m angel and bundle of joy. :) thank you and good day! :)
@prily9 (568)
• Indonesia
9 Aug 07
I'm glad to hear that really proud of your niece. I'm sure you will be a good mother someday. thanks
@sophylline (1042)
• Philippines
6 Aug 07
I only have one child and I love her very dearly. She is only 19 months. I love the way my daughter is so affectionate, it melts my heart. She is even affectionate to other people around her. She will hug you very tight, shows elation when she sees you, she has this aura of gentleness, but at the same time so funny and oh so active she is like a boy. She knows how to make you laugh. When I am mad she knows just how I can instantly change my mood and suddenly I would laugh. She could talk non stop without even knowing what it means and the way she talks is so funny. Whenever we are out, in a mall, she would always say hi to people. She is very friendly to adults and even more to younger people. She likes to be with people a lot. I like it and it seems other people find her entertaining and happy to see her.
@prily9 (568)
• Indonesia
9 Aug 07
she sounds like my second daughter. my mom always told me "your lucky your daughter always smiling and friendly to other peoples if she wasn't like that I'm scared that people will get annoy by her because she's very active". but she knows how to charm other peoples. I guess both of us are very happy mother. thanks
@wotfpatty (2066)
• United States
6 Aug 07
My sons are 21 and 16 and I love seeing the men they are growing up to be. These people were my babies. I carried them for 9 months, then held them in my arms as they cried and went crazy as they were toddlers and now, they are grown up. I love my older son because he never forgets me. If he stops to get food before coming home, he will remember to pick me up something too. He's like my brother or my friend. My younger son is just blossoming into who he will be and I love that he doesn't give into pressure from his peers and he is confident enough to be himself. I guess I just am a very proud mother who is so happy that her kids are good, healthy, stable people. And I had a hand in it all! Wow. It's hard to believe it wasn't all that long ago I was holding a newborn and wondering what on earth I was going to do if he cried (and he did) and now...they're independent and secure. That's an awesome feeling.
@prily9 (568)
• Indonesia
9 Aug 07
you must be a very proud mother. I wish both of my daughters will grow up just like your sons. be confident and still remember me as their mother. thanks
• United States
6 Aug 07
The thing I love most about my son is when he will bring me his book to read. His favorite one is an ABC book with pictures of babies doing different activities. Hee point out daddy when we get to that word. When we get to hug everyone in the room gets a big hug. When we get to mommy he looks at me and smiles. When we got to nose he has to point to everyone's nose. At run he goes running across the room and back. His books are his favtorite things and I love it when he lets me read to him instead of dad.
@prily9 (568)
• Indonesia
9 Aug 07
my second daughter also likes to see pictures of babies. and I know what you felt, I love it when they choose me more than their father. thanks
@RhodaK (177)
• United States
6 Aug 07
I have 4 children aged 20, 15, 12, and 9. What I love the most from them are the big hugs I get. If I am sad they really cheer me up. Reminds me I am not alone in the world out there.
• United States
9 Aug 07
There are so many things that I love from my children. It is extremely difficult to choose one thing. I have a 2 year old and a 7 month old. Right now I love when both of my babies show affection. It is so genuine and true when your baby embraces you or gives you a kiss. I also love the affection my 2 year old shows my 7 month old. She hugs him, kisses him, and wants to take care of him.
@makingpots (11916)
• United States
9 Aug 07
Like you, I love everything about my son. I love the way his eyes light up when he interacts with people. I love his giggle. I love that he adores and wants to be so much like his daddy. I love that the first thing I want to do every day is see him and that the last night I want to do every night is kiss him. I love my life because he is in it.
@sunshinecup (7880)
7 Aug 07
I love my kids sense of humors, they are funny. They keep me and their father in stitches and I love that about them.
@jcj_111776 (3220)
• Philippines
7 Aug 07
What I love most about my son is when he suddenly goes behind me and embraces me tightly. All my tiredness evaporates when he does that. He still can't speak as a 4 yr old should be doing but what he can't say in words, he does in his gestures. As they say, actions speak louder than words. And this is true for me. I have never heard him tell me how much he loves me, but in every hugs and kisses that he gives me, no amount of words can compare to that.
• United States
7 Aug 07
I have one little girl and she is 9 months old. She is my only child. The thing I love most about her is that every time I wake up and go to get her from her crib, she always has a smile on her face. She has nothing in the world to worry about and she is always happy. I love that when I don't feel good or am sad I can look at her smile or hear her laugh and I feel better than ever. Children are really a joy and I am still learning new things along with her. I am teaching her how to start walking now and I love that I can show her new things and be there for her when she needs me. I also love that she is so innocent and carefree. It's too bad that she won't always be like that.
• China
7 Aug 07
childrens r gift of god.they never tell a lie.and they r very cute tats why i like childs
• Philippines
7 Aug 07
just the presence of our little girl is great true love to both my husband and I every little thing she do is a great joy to us, even if she do it over and over, we feel as if its brand new trick each time... she's very sweet, barely 2 years old, she does things that will make us laugh, and once she knew we love what she did, she do it over and over,,, i think she want to see us happy too...