love song

October 1, 2010 at 10:32 1 comment

anne had never told me that she loved me until a few weeks ago, and she’s 4½.

anne has also been known to break out in song and dance at any given moment, in any given place.

this is the love song that she just spontaneously created and performed for me, from the bath tub:

“i love my mommy,
i’ll love her forever.”

i interrupted here to confirm “you love me?!”
“yup”.
then back to the song:

“i love my mommy,
i’ll love her forever,
forever and ever, because i love you.”

“i’ll love you when you die,
because i’ll love you forever,
and even when you die,
i’ll still love you.”

she repeated that second verse several times before switching her affections and the song over to the toy whale that shared her bath.

i’ll treasure it always.  always and forever, even after i die.

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  • 1. Julie  |  October 2, 2010 at 10:35

    I love the song! Spontaneous declarations of love are so much more meaningful anyway.

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