Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?

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Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Rocsteady » Wed Jan 23, 2019 8:55 am

Preezy wrote:Of corse u can kiss a babie ffs dats wots wrong wiv dis county every1 finks your a pedo 4 givin a little babie a kiss on da fourhead it aint wrong 2 do dat if u no da pairants den its fine wot is dis snowflake central of summink dis woodnt happen if we all just sported are troops insted of lookin out 4 number wun like dose Muslims like if u agree share if u got da guts which we all no u AINT x

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Moggy » Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:17 am

Preezy wrote:Of corse u can kiss a babie ffs dats wots wrong wiv dis county every1 finks your a pedo 4 givin a little babie a kiss on da fourhead it aint wrong 2 do dat if u no da pairants den its fine wot is dis snowflake central of summink dis woodnt happen if we all just sported are troops insted of lookin out 4 number wun like dose Muslims like if u agree share if u got da guts which we all no u AINT x


u reMOANer scum only sport kising babez bekus u lke da FRENTCH way ov kising all da tim…we vooted OUT 2 stp FRENTCH ballshit lke dis.

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Cheeky Devlin » Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:33 am

From a purely health related point of view aren't you advised not to as a babies immune system is still basically really weak at that point?

So I'd say no, but not because I think it would make you a glitter or anything.

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Moggy » Wed Jan 23, 2019 10:11 am

Cheeky Devlin wrote:From a purely health related point of view aren't you advised not to as a babies immune system is still basically really weak at that point?


After the germ infested tunnel of hell they just emerged from I think Dual’s dirty mouth isn’t going to make much difference.

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Photek » Wed Jan 23, 2019 10:40 am

This thread. :lol:

Personally I think it's a little weird but that's me.

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by Cheeky Devlin » Wed Jan 23, 2019 10:49 am

Moggy wrote:
Cheeky Devlin wrote:From a purely health related point of view aren't you advised not to as a babies immune system is still basically really weak at that point?


After the germ infested tunnel of hell they just emerged from I think Dual’s dirty mouth isn’t going to make much difference.

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Poser » Wed Jan 23, 2019 11:03 am

I've always been wary of kissing kids, even family kids. I'm not a very tactile person, so when they're old enough, I tend to think a high-five is more 'me'. That said, I don't think it's inappropriate - depends what sort of person you are, and what sort of relationship you have with the other people involved.

On a related note:

My wife was saying a couple of her baby mum/mam mates have had issues with 'forced kissing' recently - ie relatives such as aunts, grandparents etc - insisting on getting kisses from their toddlers (so admittedly older children).

So, failing to respect boundaries if the kid very obviously doesn't want to be kissed. (One has a boy, one has a girl, for the record.) One of the instances saw a grandmother pretty much pinning the young lad (he's 2.5) down to get a kiss off him.

We haven't encountered it, but it got me to thinking how I would respond if it happened.

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Rocsteady » Wed Jan 23, 2019 11:31 am

Beat up the granny

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Moggy » Wed Jan 23, 2019 11:36 am

Poser wrote:I've always been wary of kissing kids, even family kids. I'm not a very tactile person, so when they're old enough, I tend to think a high-five is more 'me'. That said, I don't think it's inappropriate - depends what sort of person you are, and what sort of relationship you have with the other people involved.

On a related note:

My wife was saying a couple of her baby mum/mam mates have had issues with 'forced kissing' recently - ie relatives such as aunts, grandparents etc - insisting on getting kisses from their toddlers (so admittedly older children).

So, failing to respect boundaries if the kid very obviously doesn't want to be kissed. (One has a boy, one has a girl, for the record.) One of the instances saw a grandmother pretty much pinning the young lad (he's 2.5) down to get a kiss off him.

We haven't encountered it, but it got me to thinking how I would respond if it happened.


I took my 2.5 year old to my grandmothers house on Monday and when we left she wanted a kiss from him. He refused and so we didn’t force it. But it was rather rude as he had just insisted on kissing her cat goodbye. :lol:

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Photek » Wed Jan 23, 2019 2:07 pm

I just think it's odd to kiss a non related baby. That said, I hug my lil girl all the time and she pecks me on the cheek, NEVER on the lips, had to fight her on that one. I'm not offended by it if others do it I just don't like it.

She high fives my dad and hugs my mam when she leaves them, which is fine.

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Moggy » Wed Jan 23, 2019 2:26 pm

Photek wrote:I just think it's odd to kiss a non related baby. That said, I hug my lil girl all the time and she pecks me on the cheek, NEVER on the lips, had to fight her on that one. I'm not offended by it if others do it I just don't like it.


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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Tafdolphin » Wed Jan 23, 2019 2:27 pm

Karl wrote:How long did you hold the kiss?


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by Mafro » Wed Jan 23, 2019 5:59 pm

Bit noncey.

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Rubix » Wed Jan 23, 2019 8:31 pm

Dual wrote:Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?

/no pedo


Maybe not with tongues

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Denster » Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:49 am

Moggy wrote:
Poser wrote:I've always been wary of kissing kids, even family kids. I'm not a very tactile person, so when they're old enough, I tend to think a high-five is more 'me'. That said, I don't think it's inappropriate - depends what sort of person you are, and what sort of relationship you have with the other people involved.

On a related note:

My wife was saying a couple of her baby mum/mam mates have had issues with 'forced kissing' recently - ie relatives such as aunts, grandparents etc - insisting on getting kisses from their toddlers (so admittedly older children).

So, failing to respect boundaries if the kid very obviously doesn't want to be kissed. (One has a boy, one has a girl, for the record.) One of the instances saw a grandmother pretty much pinning the young lad (he's 2.5) down to get a kiss off him.

We haven't encountered it, but it got me to thinking how I would respond if it happened.


I took my 2.5 year old to my grandmothers house on Monday and when we left she wanted a kiss from him. He refused and so we didn’t force it. But it was rather rude as he had just insisted on kissing her cat goodbye. :lol:



That's a quality kid you've got there.

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PostRe: Is it appropriate to kiss your friend's new born baby?
by Moggy » Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:50 am

Denster wrote:
Moggy wrote:
Poser wrote:I've always been wary of kissing kids, even family kids. I'm not a very tactile person, so when they're old enough, I tend to think a high-five is more 'me'. That said, I don't think it's inappropriate - depends what sort of person you are, and what sort of relationship you have with the other people involved.

On a related note:

My wife was saying a couple of her baby mum/mam mates have had issues with 'forced kissing' recently - ie relatives such as aunts, grandparents etc - insisting on getting kisses from their toddlers (so admittedly older children).

So, failing to respect boundaries if the kid very obviously doesn't want to be kissed. (One has a boy, one has a girl, for the record.) One of the instances saw a grandmother pretty much pinning the young lad (he's 2.5) down to get a kiss off him.

We haven't encountered it, but it got me to thinking how I would respond if it happened.


I took my 2.5 year old to my grandmothers house on Monday and when we left she wanted a kiss from him. He refused and so we didn’t force it. But it was rather rude as he had just insisted on kissing her cat goodbye. :lol:



That's a quality kid you've got there.

:lol:


I'm biased, but he is. :wub:


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