“Love is hugs and kisses and playing tea party and making my lunch.”
— Madelyn, 4 years old (Submitted by Alysha Macdonald)
"Love is that feeling that comes from my heartbeat."
— Submitted by @kayhntr
"Showing respect to people and being nice to people, and when your mom tells you to do something, do it!"
— Sam, 5 years old (Submitted by Meghan Promo-Hopkins)
"How do I know? Girls are gross!"
— Ben, 8 years old (Submitted by Jennifer Rosenitsch)
"Love is hugs!"
— Brooke, 2.5 years old (Submitted by @KarenDeeGee)
"Love means somebody holds you and rocks you."
— Submitted by @HipToBeMe
"Love is when a boy or a girl feels all squirmy inside and they just want to say something to the person."
— Matthew, 8 years old (Submitted by Jane Soucie)
"Love is mash potatoes."
— Jonah, 3 years old (Submitted by Erica Sharee Wood)
"Love is cookie."
— Tuana, 3 years old (Submitted by Christine Noble)
"Love is being nice even when you don't feel like it. "
— Jack, 4 years old (Submitted by Andrea Waldbrook-Johnson)
"Love is a heart. Love is a puppy dog and love is a cat. Love is a hug and love is a kiss. And love is a great big goodnight hug and kiss. That is all."
— Isabella, 4 years old (Submitted by Crystal Allen)
"Love is when you feel good because you have someone who is always with you."
— Madelynne, 6 years old (Submitted by @amysvrs)
— Ella, 3 years old (Submitted by Allison Pummell)
"Love is helping my brother find his Power Ranger."
— Noah, 4 years old (Submitted by Erica Sharee Wood)
"Love is a kiss and a happy jump."
— Matteo, 3 years old (Submitted by Stefani Occhipinti)
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