Doctors say, children must feel loved and safe in the family environment. But kissing on the lips is not the best idea to express parental love.
Is kissing your child on the lips OK?
While experts say it’s best for parents not to kiss their children on the lips, most parents insist there is nothing wrong with showing affection in this way, and that it’s a sweet and innocent gesture of love.
Can a mother kiss her baby?
Sweet and squishy baby cheeks are hard to resist kissing, but doing so can cause serious health consequences. In order to prevent serious health issues, anyone and everyone, including parents, should avoid kissing babies.
When should you stop kissing your child on the lips?
Of course, as soon as your kids pull away or show that they are not comfortable kissing you on the lips, don’t kiss them on the lips anymore, like with the shower story. And if they try to open mouth kiss you, unless they are nine months old and super adorable, don’t let them.