- Come up with a "code word" which when you or they say it, it means; "I love you!"
- You could also make your own special handshake which means, "I love you!".
- Make up a special wink or smile or way you nod your head and whenever you, or they, do this, it means, "I love you!"
Saturday, April 13, 2019
New Ways to Say, "I Love You"
If you are a grandma (or grandpa/ parent) like me who often tells your grandchildren/children you love them, think about finding a new and different way to tell and show how much you love and value them. Consider asking them to help you do this . . . for example you might . . .
These are just three ideas for sharing and communicating how much you love and value the children God has given to you. Whatever you come up with and however you communicate it, just be sure it is done regularly and often, because children - of all ages - need to hear and experience our love for them and how much we value them.
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