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    Default what do love about....?

    I love that no matter how tired he is, he'll get out of bed to get me a drink.

    I love that he kisses my belly and whispers to the baby "kick me" then puts his cheek to my tummy to see if he can get kicked in the face (no luck yet haha).

    I love that he tells me I'm beautiful even when my jeans don't fit and I have stretch marks on my boobs lol.

    I love how gentle he is when he's trying to bathe and un-mat our stinky schnauzers hair.

    I love how well he gets along with my family; I think my dad has a man crush on him for always being able to fix their computer!

    I just love him coz he's awesome and doesn't expect anything but love from me :-)

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    I love the way that he does things and I know it's just because he really cares, he has always been an actions over words kind of guy (eg. If we are all dressed up he won't really say you look great etc, but he will want to hold my hand, take pictures together, and be all romantic).
    He will come home from class and I'll make tea and we just sit, talk, laugh and cuddle... Even when he has a heap of things to do.
    I told him that I was homesick and he went and found vegemite (it cost $14 and he hates it) and told me to book flights for next year.
    This morning he made me melt as I stood at the apartment door, frazzled from waking up every hour to use the bathroom, naked and 35 weeks along trying to help him get his bike out past my tummy (he is rushing out as he had an exam - he is doing his MBA), he stops, leans the bike against the wall, cuddled me and said 'bye beautiful girl'.. And then text me when he got to class to say stay rugged up as its cold outside **sigh, it's Boston and its winter, I am well aware that it's freezing, snowing actually...** I love him.
    All probably doesn't sound like much but he is very special

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    My husband is the most amazing person that I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. He has impacted my time on earth as a person, more than he will ever know. And the fact that he doesn't know, is what I love about him. He is sooooo kind and doesn't even realise it. A very humble man.....

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    He is so kind in fact he turns and farts outside the covers so I don't cop the smell..... now thats love

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachell View Post
    Friday night has always been flower night, from day 1 I've always gotten flowers on a Friday, but when our dd was born he started buying 2 bunches.. One for me and one for our daughter.
    Both dd and I have a vase that he has bought us and now that dd is older we both enjoy getting the vases ready on a Friday afternoon for when daddy comes home.
    That is adorable

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    Quote Originally Posted by btmac View Post
    Sigh... Enjoy your partners ladies as a previous poster said not all of use are so lucky!
    sorry to hear that.

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    Oh I could go on forever too but I will try to control myself

    I love that he took in 4 kids as his own and when talking about them to other people he doesnt say her kids or my step kids he says our kids

    I love that he gave me baby #5

    I love that he is such a great dad, to go from being a single guy with no kid experience other than playing with his sisters kids he jumped right in and is doing a great job

    I love that he supports me in whatever I want to do

    I love that I never have to wonder if he loves me he shows me every day that he loves me

    I love that he has a good compatible sex drive with me

    I love that he has no problems getting up every night with the baby when she wakes non of my ex's ever did

    I love how he is so appreciative of everything I do for him He still thanks me every day for giving him a beautiful daughter and she is a year old.

    I love how he is grateful for letting me into my kids and my life

    I could go on all night lol I love him to bits

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    He has a big diddle

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    One of the biggest appeals is that he has taken DD on as his own. It wasn't instant and it took a while, but he is her father. His blood doesn't matter - it's how our family has come to work. I feel so so attracted to him when I see him interacting with her as he does, and it breaks me heart when someone dares shout at him, "She's not even your kid!" I think he feels like he IS her father, in all but biology... and I love that.

    I also love that he's grown up in a traditional household like I have. I believe it's in the best interests of my children to raise them myself at home while they're young, and he agrees. It doesn't mean he'll never take part in child-raising, it just means that he believes it's important for mothers to be at home with their young children, and as the man, it's his job to make that possible.

    I LOVE that he's supportive of homebirth. Like seriously in love with it. I love watching him b*tch and moan about intervention on TV births.

    I love that he loves me, and while it DOES annoy me at times, I do actually love that he hasn't treated me differently just because I lost weight. If he did, I think it'd just enforce the idea that how big I am matters most to him, but it's clear it doesn't. Yes, I'm smaller, but apart from the fact he can now easily carry me, nothing else has really changed for him, and I like that. It means he loves me regardless.


 

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