It Should Never End.

Loving a child is definitly a lifelong commitment. Now matter what they do or how often they mess-up a parents love is neverending.

Chance101 Chance101
8 Responses Feb 18, 2009

I agree....I was very lucky, though, that our daughter was very easy to love....and we were never ashamed or embarrassed to tell her so. I think that may be a generational thing. My dad found it difficult to say, even though we felt his love. Mom had no trouble telling us.

Amen Myonis.

My daughter and granddaughter just moved in with us while she goes through a divorce and gets re-established. There is no time stamp on when she stops being our child. As hard as it is at times, we look at the blessings in watching this little baby do all her firsts. It's so sad for the children whose parents, for whatever reason, aren't capable of loving them the way they deserve to be.

i'm glad that there are men like you who care about their kids, i wish i had that!

My biological father took of when I was very yound and That's part of why I feel the way I do. I've wanted to be a part of my kids lives and show them that their loved from the start. Not being there and not loving them was never an option for me.

i'm a child/young woman who hasnt really felt loved by my dad.....sorry if that is too much info :(

If a parent can't show love towards their child(ren) I feel sorry for them because it should come naturaly.

yes, but what if they dont know how to show it?