HERE to figure out what your love language is. If you're unfamiliar with the 5 love languages they are words of affirmation, receiving gifts, acts of service, physical touch and quality time.
I've talked to more than one person who agree with me that one love language is missing from this list. FOOD! Gary Chapman would probably say it falls under the receiving gifts category but I'm not convinced. I mean we have all heard the old saying, "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach." In my family food is huge. I do not leave a family event without someone giving me food.
One of my kids favorite family traditions involves food. The year Asher was born my dad was pretty upset that I didn't let my kids eat much junk food. For Christmas he gave them all a small box of processed food we never buy. My kids thought it was the best gift ever. Over the years this has evolved into "the box". My dad fills up a large box with all sorts of food for the kids. This year he kept telling them he was only giving them coal. He wrapped up a large box with only coal candy in it.
What strange family traditions does your family have?
Do you know what your love language is? Do you know what your spouses love language is? If you don't please take the quiz at the beginning of this post. It can change your marriage. I feel loved if you hug me. Can you figure out what my love language is?