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Monday, February 20, 2006

Kid Talk

This Saturday we met Karina, Jason, and the boys, "halfway", at a mall for lunch. When I asked Reiley if he had a kiss for Vovó, he said, "No. Hug Papi". Well, he knows what he wants, and knows how to get it. We had a good time, and you know he got his share of Papi hugs.... (I did sneak a kiss or two).


  • At 2/20/2006 5:15 PM, Blogger audrey` said…


    So innocent and honest =D
    I adore kids!

  • At 2/20/2006 7:05 PM, Blogger Jamie Dawn said…

    You can't help but sneak some kisses. I still hug my teenagers a lot, but my kisses are less frequent. They endure a kiss on top of their heads or on their cheeks every now and then. I know it's pure torture.

  • At 2/20/2006 11:49 PM, Blogger Jim said…

    I hug my grandkids, especially the girls. The teens get embarassed but grandpas are grandpas.
    My grandpa did that to us kids and smeared his tobacco juice all over us too.

  • At 2/21/2006 7:01 AM, Blogger Kitty Cheng said…

    That's so cute :)

  • At 2/21/2006 7:05 AM, Blogger Aunt Jo said…

    Teach them to say, "Sugar your lips up Vovo!" CassiJo said that to her daddy the other day and we cracked up! (it means pucker up)
    Have a great day and stay warm!

  • At 2/21/2006 12:34 PM, Blogger Kc said…

    The sneaky kisses are always the best. They can get the sweetest smiles and giggles. Those are some beautiful photos below. I am so thankful for your blessings. ;-)

  • At 2/21/2006 1:22 PM, Blogger Badoozie said…

    do you get lipstick on the poor child when you kiss cheeks? my son hates to be kissed. he would say "ewwww" and wipe it off. lets hope he continues that well into his teens and beyond!!

  • At 2/21/2006 7:34 PM, Blogger Seeker said…

    Aha! New strategy: no lipstick, and definitely no chewin' tabacco; just sugar lips and sneaky kisses.


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