I love you Tommy.
When Tommy was 2 his mommy held him in her arms.
“I love you Tommy,” his mommy said.
“I wuv yew to Mommy,” he said.
As Tommy grew up, he had a favorite toy. It was a big, red fire truck. The fire truck would make fire truck noises and spray water from its hose.
“I love you fire truck,” Tommy would say.
But one day the fire truck broke and Tommy was sad.
“I miss you fire truck,” Tommy said.
As Tommy grew older, he met a friend. Her name was Isabel. Tommy and Isabel would play together every day.
“I love you Tommy,” Isabel would say.
“I love you Isabel,” Tommy would answer.
But one day Isabel moved to a place far away and Tommy was sad.
“I miss you Isabel,” Tommy said.
When Tommy went to school, he had a favorite teacher. The teacher would teach Tommy everything. He would teach Tommy how to write and how to do math.
“I love learning,” Tommy would say.
“I love teaching,” Teacher would answer.
But one day Tommy graduated and Tommy was sad.
“I miss you teacher,” Tommy said.
When Tommy lived, alone he got a dog. He would take the dog on walks and play ball with the dog. Tommy and his dog were best friends.
“I love you Doggy,” Tommy would say.
“Woof Woof!” The dog would answer.
But one day the Doggy ran away. Tommy was very sad.
“I miss you doggy.”
Finally Tommy went back home. He hugged and kissed his Mommy. He loved his Mommy and his Mommy loved him.
“I love you Tommy.” Mommy says.
“I love you to Mommy.” Tommy says back.
No matter what happens. A mother’s love is the only love that will never go away.
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