I read somewhere that a baby can see an action performed or hear a word spoken and then repeat it flawlessly up to two weeks later (did I read that here? because that would be funny). Well, it took about a week of kissing his perfect little cheeks over and over and saying in between kisses “Can I have a kiss?” before one day, when I asked for that kiss, and I got it! One big, sloppy kiss, just for mama.
Luckily, I got it all on camera. After the jump.
But can you tell me, why do all babies skip the modest pecks and head straight for the french kiss?
Next on our schedule: learning how to blow kisses. Got any tips?