Yes but no one outside our immediate family.
Not currently as he's 5 months, so he usually has drool and will try to latch onto my lips anytime I get them too close to his mouth haha
Personally I don’t like it. My lips are only kissed by hubby. Just my opinion.
There is nothing wrong with that totally innocent kiss with David Beckham and his daughter. If you think of it as being inappropriate instead of innocent and sweet as it should be, it becomes weird. I kiss my little guy on the lips all the time, but he opens his mouth (he’s only 3 months)haha, he will figure it out soon enough.
I still kiss my Dad on the lips, maybe it’s weird, but it’s just a pursed lip Dad appropriate kiss!
Every chance I get!! I love my baby girl and I let her kiss her grandma and grandpa on the lips.
All I have to do is pucker my lips and my daughter runs over to give me a sweet kiss. It’s the cutest thing ever!
Yes. In other countries kissing your child on the lips even when they are in their teenage years is extremely common. I’m almost 30 and still peck my mom on the lips when I see her. I see nothing wrong with it at all.
My 2 yo daughter grabs my face to kiss me on the mouth. Very sweet gentle little kisses. Nothing wrong with it. My thoughts behind it are as long as she’s okay with it and wants kisses then it’s all good. If she says no when I ask then that’s that.
We give her kisses on the lips but no one else does! It’s definitely not weird.
My husband and I definitely give our son kisses on the lips. I really don't see how it could be misconstrued as sexual, it's a quick peck on the lips, not some weird makeout session 🙄 Plus, I think it becomes pretty clear when to stop. If it feels weird, then don't do it. You can easily transition to kisses on the cheek.
Uhm totally yes... I hate that everyone has to sexualize everything that’s pure and innocent. Yeah, there’s a lot of perversion and depravity in the world, but there’s nothing quite so pure as a mother’s (or parents’) love for her [their] children. Talk about a generation of people who are VERY oversensitive. SMH 🤦🏽♀️
Thank you for saying it, why is everything over specialized? Why are Burt and Ernie gay lovers? Why do puppets have to be in a gay relationship?
I never understood lip kissing kids until I had my own. It’s the sweetest thing ever!
Me and my partner kiss our daughter on the lips. It’s not wierd and if someone has bad thoughts about it they are the weird ones 🤣😅
Yes for sure. My 18 month old loves kisses but we always ask and sometimes he says no. I kissed my dad on the lips until I was 10 and I still kiss my mom on the lips. Maybe I’m a weirdo lol. Nobody else is allowed tho, inappropriate.
I still kiss my parents on the lips as well
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Its their kid so why not ? If its someome else doing it to the child than no to me jidt no. But the parent its their given right to kiss their kid on the mouth.. to me that is
I always kiss my kids on the lips and anyone else who kisses her down the same thing but I don’t let anyone but a small few even hang around my daughter and I 🤷♀️ maybe different if we were always around pple who wanted to kiss my daughter
My husband and I kiss our little ones on the lips too. The only thing is that our almost 2 year old now thinks it’s normal to kiss everyone on the lips. He went up to a little friend (girl) and tried kissing her on the lips but I stopped him. Not sure if her mom would have been ok with that 😁
I always kiss my kids on the lips (2.5 & 7 weeks) but I often wonder what age I should stop? I can’t be dropping my kids off to high school kissing them on the mouth goodbye, you know lol.
I always kiss my son on the lips. I don’t see that being wrong. I carried him for 9 months, I should be able to kiss him on the lips lol
Now here's where it gets a little wierd though because what about when one has young step children....?
I think the people who think it is weird don’t have kids. I definitely give my son a kiss on the mouth and so does his daddy!
Before I had kids seemed a little uncomfortable to watch to be honest ... I just had my 3rd but I totally do me and my husband as well or nose kisses
I kiss my son but it bugs me when other family members do not because I don’t like it but because he always ends up getting sick somehow and that’s when I get fed up and am like no one kiss my kid!
All the time! Always ♥️😌😘
I kiss all of my kids on the lips, and I would never change that.
I kiss my son all the time wth? I birthed him, he’s my flesh why the hell would it be weird for me to kiss him? I hate people.
Always!!!! I’m 33 years old and still kiss my parents. 🤷🏼♀️
Yep! And I still kiss my parents.. a kiss between a child and their parents should NOT be sexualized
Of course! My little one is only young but as she gets older I still don't see the issue, that's my tiny little human who I grew and raised and love to pieces!
My husband and I both do it. It's become a nightly ritual with our kids "Hugs and kisses!" They will not go to bed without it. And even throughout the day they'll naturally come over to get hugs and kisses from mom and dad 😉 they even give kisses on the lips to my parents. Granted, that's what I'm used to
What's pathetic is that society slam dads for kissing their kids like this.
No but only because I'm scared of my little one getting sick.
Your kid has a much better chance of catching a cold on a play ground and touching all that dirty equipment than from a parent. If you know you’re sick, don’t kiss your kid...
I used to think it weird but then I met my step daughter and that’s all she’s ever known however I do find it strange that my partners grandma tried to kiss me on the lips, it must be the norm for her thankfully she knows not to now x
My step son does this with his mom and forces my husband to do it. When he tried to stop doing it my stepson freaked out. I don’t do this with my son mostly for germ reasons. My stepson is always sick and I don’t want to pass any of that on to my son.
our society has a problem sexualizing EVERYthing. even parental relationships with our kids. its really sad.
Yep. Every day! And my parents, grandma, family. No problems here!!!
I know some families are more affectionate than others but I can't believe that a father giving his daughter a kiss is being sexualized! I'm sure all of us would stop if our children seemed uncomfortable or distressed by it.
I used to think it was weird. Then I had my own kids. It's not weird.
We didn’t. Because of germs. Now we do.
We do. Because there comes a day when they no longer want to.
We do now. But eventually I think it’ll move to kiss on cheek. I would feel a little awkward once they’re older. But I don’t judge whatever works for your family
Of coarse I do. I am actually surprised to know so many don't. I never even thought about it as a decision. I do not however let others and I do not kiss other kids on the lips. I have a 10 mos old and a 24 21 and 16 yr old and gave them all smooches I also have a 4 mos old grandson and I don't kiss him on the lips yet because he's to little but when he's a toddler and wants kisses from Mimi I will gladly give them
Yep, we do! My family always did so it’s not weird to me. 🤷🏻♀️
I feel its weird not to lol not being mean or anything I just have always known kisses from loved ones and I feel it is a natural affection between children/grandchildren and parents
My family did growing up and I do
I have no idea what the issue is with it. I kiss my kids on the lips my daughter is three however my son thinks I’m not cool anymore
Right??! Once they think it’s not cool anymore then I’ll stop 😂
For sure the first day of kindergarten I was no longer cool no longer got kisses and maybe a hug but that was pushing it
We kiss our little chunky girl on the lips & tummy, they’re innocent babies. I never thought of it as being weird. It shouldn’t be sexualized, I guess it could be seen as weird (to others) when they’re 6+
My son insists on kissing me on the lips! It's so sweet. My husband thinks it's weird when he tries to kiss him on the lips but plays along. I was always uncomfortable with it as a kid because it wasn't "normal" for my family, but since my son initiates it I'm ok with it.