Love is watching basketball several nights of the week with your husband just to spend time with him, even though you would much rather be watching...well anything but sports.
Love is letting your wife sleep in every Tuesday because she stays out till after midnight every Monday night watching the Bachelor with her girlfriends.
Love is listening to your son instead of talking, even when he gets sent to the principal's office 2 days in a row for hitting the same boy.
Love is giving your Dad the dollar bill you found in your pocket because he gave a presentation to your class.
Love is telling Mom that whenever Sarah cries, all she needs to do is rub her leg a special way and she will stop crying.
Love is when Dad lets his boys stay up an extra 30 minutes every night so that they can play Batman together in the basement.
Love is when you take special care of your sister all of the time. Love is when you make sure to have an extra treat at all times for your older brother.
Love is stopping everything you are doing to read your daughter her favorite books. Love is hugging, kissing, and squeezing your daughter every possible second you get because you can't get enough of her.
Love is blowing your Mom and Dad kisses all day without being asked.
Just when you think you can't possibly give any more love, you find this big burst of happiness inside of you because you realize that there will always be more that you can give. There is no better feeling in the world. Love has taught me so much patience. Love has taught me to give up more of my selfishness and give more to others. I have so much love for my family.
And what would our family do without our wonderful friends?