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Boomerwang Mon 04-Feb-13 07:25:48

Stories of unashamed loving much appreciated!

I love my 10 month daughter so much that when she goes to bed I sit around watching movies of her because I miss her.

I love her so much that when she smiles just for me I feel like telling everybody.

I love her so much that I have nightmares about her being taken away from me all the time.

I love her so much that sometimes she'll be in the middle of playing with something and I'll just have to pick her up and give her a huge hug and cover her with kisses.

ARGH I don't care who hears it and thinks I'm being pfb or silly, I love my daughter so much it hurts!

Mum2DS1andDS2 Tue 05-Feb-13 21:42:59

I love mine more than Cadbury's Dairy Milk, more than cheese toasted sandwiches....even more than KFC!!! grin

I love them so much it makes me want to cry. When I see DS1 in a school concert or sports day event I just tear up at how proud I am and how grateful I am that he's mine. He is just so yummy, funny, gentle and just wonderful.

DS2 is only 13 months but already I see glimmers of strength and his smile is absolutely gorgeous. He is hard work but he has completed our family and made me feel complete.

All I want is for them to be happy and healthy forever.

Boomerwang Wed 06-Feb-13 12:20:06

I love it when my daughter gives us a cheesy grin. I love listening to her babble and wish she would do it more. I love watching her kick about playing with her stacking cups in the bath. I love watching her sleep, with her arms above her head, lying half on her side. I love the way she wakes me up in the morning with shrieks and giggles. I love sleeping with her in the afternoon, having a warm hand poke me in the eye to wake me up.

JollyRedGiant Wed 06-Feb-13 19:23:54

More than Dairy Milk? Wow, scary but true!

Mum2DS1andDS2 Wed 06-Feb-13 21:05:41

Haha yep it's true JollyRedGiant Scary eh?! I never thought I'd love anything more than Dairy Milk but my ds's are just delicious....even the whinging, nap refusing, moaning baby DS2 who has driven me to the brink of insanity today is still even more precious than chocolate (but only just as he has been a terror today!).

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