Note from Bridget Adamson, Childcare Center Director

 

Love.  A simple, four letter word that can be shown in many ways. How do you show love? Let’s look at love through the eyes of a child.  Love to a child is a hug, a high five, a smile.  A child’s love is the most purest and innocent of all.  At Cokes Chapel Childcare Center, we give and experience love everyday.  Love is our foremost goal at the center.  We surround our children with love and in turn they shower us with love.  Love at the center can be as simple as saying, “See you later, gator”  as a child leaves for the day.  The bigger part of that love is to hear the joy and laughter of that child as they exclaim to their parent, “she called me gator!” 

Love is shown by lending a listening ear to an upset parent.  Love is shown by giving one final hug, one final ‘I love you,’ and one ‘remember, Jesus loves you,’ to a foster child on their way back to their home. Love is shown by assigning a child a nickname (they love this!). Love is shown by just being there, holding and comforting.

Do you need to experience love?  I invite you to come visit us at YOUR childcare center.  It truly is the place to see love in its purest form.  Come spend some time with our children.  I guarantee they will shower you with LOVE!

LOVE.  It really is that simple.  “Love is patient, love is kind.  It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud…Love never fails.” 1 Corinthians 13:4-8

 

Bridget Adamson
Director, Cokes Chapel Childcare Center

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