How funny you should bring up Love Languages! My 13 yo son learned these in Sunday School this week and shared what his were. It was really interesting as we were not using his top ones as much as some of the others. (We have a long lineage of toddler-terrifying grandpas in our family, too!)
I think that sweet boy looks more delighted than terrified!
Donna,Patrick is hilarious, and I love the look on Malachi's face. I have a funny photo of my husband's father letting my then two year old lick whipped cream off a huge beater..Sam is practically covered in whipped cream, but Mitch is non-plussed. He was so easy going and gentle with the kids. That was his love language. hmbalison
I am laughing. Hard. This is awesome.#neededittoday
What a great capture!! :)Mary Z
Ha. Love it.
Patrick!! finally a real shot of him having fun!!! So cute
I love this. So, so cute!!And mine is music. I don't know exactly what that means, because it's not one of the five typical love languages, but music. For Sure. :)
One of my love languages is lingering over large cups of coffee :-)
My father-in-law had monster chases with my two sons when they were young. At night after dark Wayne would hide. They would go find him and when they did, he would chase them yelling and flailing his arms and stomping his feet. They would run the circular route through the house yelling and screaming the entire way. Eventually he would catch them, give them a quick tickle and a big hug. Their next words - "More, More, More!" My husband played the same game with our grandchildren and they loved it. However, we found out more than once that any of their friends who were spending the night were far from enthused about monster chases!Dee S
Malachi dors not really seem to be terrified and this pic is just fantastic !!! I love your husband's face 😄
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