Sometimes falling in love with those around us means saying "no" to ten other things,
so we can roll out of bed and share breakfast on the porch.
Sometimes it means listening, with pure ears, to someone's sweet, sweet song.
Sometimes loving well means meeting someone where he's at, where his interests are, even if he'll whoop you good.
And always, always, filling another's heart, pouring rich and deep and to the brim, means giving a piece of your own.
Do you know your child's love language? In their book The Five Love Languages of Children, Gary Chapman, Ph.D., and Ross Campbell, M.D., explore five ways children express and receive love (quality time, words of affirmation, acts of service, physical touch and time). If I had to guess, five out of five, the primary language here would be time.