Love is waking up with droopy eyelids and stumbling out of bed at five-thirty in the morning to take your baby out of the crib for breakfast. Even though you don't want to feed the baby, the look of desperation in his or her eyes and the sound of their crying makes you pace around the kitchen, getting their meal ready.
Love is letting your meal get cold while you give your child his meal and seeing how content he is afterwards, that you don't care your meal is cold.copyright protection227ＰＥＮＡＮＡieHAK0r2ce
Love is hugging your partner at the end of the day and saying, "Thank you for taking care of us. We appreciate you."copyright protection227ＰＥＮＡＮＡF9CKyt3Mgq
Love is giving up everything you want for the sake of your family or friends. Their happiness and well-being mean more than your own. Love is forgetting about yourself and remembering those who need you most, whether they be children or people in severe need. Love is a constant sacrifice, not based on emotions. It is the glue that holds the family together, friendships, and most of all, love is what keeps us alive. copyright protection227ＰＥＮＡＮＡ5KzTDR5gA9ns18.104.22.168da2