Thursday, October 23, 2008

toddler kisses: the hidden sweetness

Because sometimes when he doesn't actually kiss me when I ask for a kiss and I just kiss his sweet soft kissable face anyway, Liam has taken to offering me his cheek when I ask for kisses now. Sometimes he'll close his eyes and lean in and stay to snuggle, or he'll come at me for a second before darting off to do something way cooler, like stack blocks or spin in circles or poke at lint on the carpet.

The other day he surprised me by actually kissing me when I asked him for one. We were sitting on the edge of the couch and I was assaulting him with an overbearing mom-hug, and he turned his face right to me and licked my cheek. I laughed a lot, and he made a face like my cheek tastes bad. Whatever. I still thought it was sweet.


Jenny said...

That's so sweet. Eli doesn't always give me kisses either, but when he does, they are slobbery open mouth ones on the cheek! And sometimes he gets confused and ends up biting me mid-kiss! We're working on But yes, there is a hidden sweetness to it!

Bridget said...

I love sweet baby kisses, they are the best!

Melissa said...

Aww, that is too cute!