I agree with pp... it's pure mama love!!
I kind of love it when she does it!
With my first I though he was just hungry, but it was just kisses. I can't wait for DD#3 to start
Mama to Quinn 7, Nichola 3, & Simone 5wk
But if your lo isn't hungry, it's probably not that.
Ds is almost 4 months, and he is really into chewing on things and getting anything he can into his mouth now that he can. He chews on his hands, my fingers, his blanket, etc. Dd started getting teeth at 4 months, so it could be the beginning of teething too. Cute, though. I agree.
Adorable, yet slimy. That sums him up pretty well.
Mother of two great little guys, G (9/28/09) and W (1/20/12)
Awww, baby kisses!!! I love them. I worried that he was still hungry, but no, he didn't want the boob, he wanted to suck mama's face off! And, to make it even cuter, he'll do it and then pull back and just grin this big gummy grin at me. Melts my heart.
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The baby now though plays a game with me. We see who can get who's chin first. I nibble on his or he gets to suck on mine. Then we crack up laughing. He is 7 months and it is a fun game for us.
Apparently once, he took DP's face between both hands, stuck out his tongue, and licked it from his chin to his nose.
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He freaked out the first time she did it, but once I explained to him that he did the same thing at her age and what it meant? Anytime it happens now he looks over at me with the hugest possible grin on his face and says "Mama! She loves me!"
It's hilarious. We think she's rabid.
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