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March 19, 2011


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thank you. i love to read this type of information posts. again thank you...


Aww, I know that feeling so well. My 8 year old can't seem to escape fast enough from my clutches but I know he really loves it. Time passes much too quickly.

amy sue nathan

Just keep doing what your doing. My son is 19 and has never stopped hugging me (maybe sometimes with one arm) in public around his friends or saying "I love you" on the phone or in public. I feel lucky with that, indeed.

Sassy Single Mom

Awww, what a sweet post!! I have an 11 yr old son and 7 yr old daughter that are both snuggle bunnies.

However, my son is too big to sit in my lap now ;), nor does he snuggle on the couch as much as he used to - but he still INSISTS on a full and complete bedtime hug and kiss - every night, rain or shine. My daughter is still (thankfully!) into all of the above. =)

It's hard letting them grow up sometimes, isn't it?? LOL


Oh I get it. JUST STOP GROWING ALREADY! Mama needs you to stay small and mine forever.

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Boys are a little distant, they don't like to be cuddled and kissed, they think is for girls and they are men and have to post a tough and strong attitude.

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