“When my grandma suddenly got arthritis, she couldn’t reach her feet to paint her toesies. So my grandpa did that every day for her. And he had arthritis in his hands. THAT is love!” - Rebecca, 8 years old
“When you are loved, it sounds different when someone says your name. You just know that your name feels good in their mouth.” - Billy, 4 years old
“Love is what makes you smile. Even if you are super duper tired!" - Terri, 4 years old
“Love is when my dad makes coffee for my other dad and then takes a sip to see if it tastes good.” - Danny, 7 years old
“Love is when you can’t stop kissing. And when you get tired from all the kissing, you still want to be together. Then you start talking. My parents are just like that. But it looks so strange when they kiss! - Emily, 8 years old
“Love is what is in the air when you stop opening your presents on Christmas. Listen closely!” - Bobby, 7 years old
“When you want to learn how to love better, then start with the people you already have.” - Nikka, 6 years old
“Love is when you say 'Your shirt is so cool!' Even if he wears it every day.” - Noelle, 7 years
“Love is like a tiny old lady and a little old man that are still friends. Even when they have known each other forever!” - Tommy, 6 years old.
“I had a piano recital and I was super scared. Then I looked at all the strange faces in the audience. But there was daddy's! He waved and smiled. He was the only one did that. I wasn’t scared anymore!” - Cindy, 8 years old.