I Love You

3 simple words. I love you.

How often do you say these words to your loved ones?

Do your actions show those you love that you do love them? 

Is the way you spend your time a reflection of your love for those closest to you? 

I love you. Tell your loved ones, either in word or deed {or both}!

{These adorable blocks are Uncle Goose Alphabet Blocks!}

4 Replies to “I Love You”

  1. Simple, but so true! I have learned that it is not enough just to "love" my spouse, but to show him with acts of service, physical touch, listening to him, recreation together and dreaming with him. Marriage isnt 50/50: It's 110/110 (I got this from a great podcast: ONE Extraordinary Marriage.)

    1. We're big on the '5 Love Languages' here! We've found expressing love through each others top 2 love languages keeps both of us feeling loved! 🙂

  2. This post makes me think about something my husband told me a long time ago….he told me that his father NEVER has said "I love you" to him…ever. He SHOWS him, and it's very clear that his father loves him, he just doesn't SAY it. My husband then told me how much that hurt his heart, even now. He is always quick to tell our kids "I love you"…it means a lot! ( he tells me too! I am lucky lady! )

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