True Love Thursday is a weekly post series on the subject of love. I’ll talk about loving yourself and others to ways to making yourself a better person.
Welcome to another day of the All You Need Is Love Project by Carmen at ShuGar Love.
This week’s topic is: Give an example in your life when you have felt/given unconditional love. Check out last week’s topic.
When you think of unconditional love, who do you think of? When I think of unconditional love, I think of parents. Parents’ love towards their children is unconditional. They will love their children no matter what.
My love towards my girls, Katie and Sophia, is also unconditional. I love them. Hands down.
My unconditional love towards Katie and Sophia began when I first found out I was pregnant with them. Even before I met them. I didn’t know my girls yet, but I knew I loved them and I would love them no matter what.
My unconditional love for Katie and Sophia grew when I first met them when they were born. Even though I went through everything with childbirth, I still loved them. The pain was worth it to have my girls in my life.
What example in your life have you felt or given unconditional love?
16 thoughts on “Unconditional Love”
I couldn’t agree more. It is the most powerful kind of love and it doesn’t matter what you go through to receive this love. It is the most beautiful love I have ever known. Aren’t we lucky to have our little ones?
We are so lucky! I wouldn’t trade it for anything else.
The best kind of love here is. A mother’s love to a child is completely unadulterated and with no strings attached. You have beautiful girls Julie. 🙂
Thanks! 🙂 Your boy is very cute as well.
Awww your children are just adorable!!! I love this post, even though I don’t have children this is a beautiful post. I love kids they are so cute and fun! 🙂
Thanks Iris! 🙂 I love having two girls.
Ahh! What a sweet post about being a mom. I must admit, in this earth life, being a parent is the closest I get to feeling and giving unconditional love. Isn’t it a fantastic feeling. Thanks for sharing. Your little ones are just darling!
Thanks! I agree that being a parent is the closest thing to feeling/giving unconditional love. It is such a great feeling.
Thank you for sharing this post at City of Creative Dream’s City of Links on Friday! I appreciate you taking the time to party with me. Hope to see you again this week 🙂
I have so much unconditional love for both Baby Boy and Hun. In the past of past I didn’t know it was really possible. Then I learned. Now I can live it! 🙂
A person doesn’t realize how possible it is to have unconditional love until they have a child of their own.
No, I didn’t know quite the depths of unconditional love until Baby Boy. I’m grateful in present and aware enough to relish in it, too. 🙂