13 Realizations When You've Become A Members Of Your Boyfriend's Family
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13 Realizations When You've Become A Members Of Your Boyfriend's Family

It's like your one of their own.

13 Realizations When You've Become A Members Of Your Boyfriend's Family

Well, number one I want to start this off by thanking my boyfriend for giving me this idea because, to be honest with you, I've been slacking on ideas lately. This one touches home for me though, his family is one of the best families I've ever met.

1. You end up doing chores around the house.

Listen, chores are boring at my actual house but since I'm with my boyfriend, they're ten times more fun.

2. You are comfortable being at their house alone.

The number of times they went golfing and I sat at their house and just hung out with the dog is a lot.

3. You know the signs of their dog.

I know when she's hungry, when she just woke up, and when she wants to go in or out but scratching her paw on the door (she does like to fake it a lot though).

4. There is always a plate with your name on it.

Especially, when waking up the morning to see a Bacon, Egg, and Cheese with your name on it is such a nice feeling and so good.

5. And sometimes, you even help cook dinner.

Which is always fun because I'm always learned new ways on how to cook some new food (especially Chicken Parm and Vodka Pasta).

6. There is always a spot for you to sleep in at their home.

In this spot, happens to be my favorite bed, and honestly, I sleep the best there.

7. You are always welcomed with open arms.

Literally, always get a hug at the front door.

8. They feel like your own family after awhile.

You see them so much, it's like they are your family.

9. You get comfortable around them insanely quick.

I can literally walk around their house after I woke up looking like a mess and I'm completely comfortable with it. (That's how you know they're good people).

10. They remember the small things about you.

Like the fact that you're a picky eater or that you enjoy elephants.

11. They want whats best for you.

They'll give you true advice, no sugar coating.

12. They'll always support you.

No matter what.

13. They'll love you like you are their own.

And it's one of the best feelings in the world.

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