Wednesday, June 01, 2011


A few months back, as I was walking out of Wyatt's room after prayers and goodnight kisses, he hollered after me,

"Mom, come back! I need a Kissimo!"

I wasn't sure what he meant.
More kisses obviously, which I was happy to oblidge.
But why was he calling them "kissimos?"
I assumed more kisses = Kissi Mos.

So I bent down to give him another kiss on the lips.
But he squirmed away and said,

"No, Mom! Not on the lips.
I want a Kissimo!"

So I had to ask him,
"What is a Kissimo?"

"With your nose, Mom. Like we live in the snow!"
Eskimo Kiss = Kissimo.

I can't tell you how many times a day I stop this kid for a Kissimo.
Too many, probably.
But I'm okay with that!
I love Kissimos.

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Joanna said...

Love that last picture!

mel @ the larson lingo said...

precious!! Stealing that phrase for our family :)
And, LOVE the header!!!

Heather :: AFD Jewelry :: said...

This might be the sweetest post ever!! love it!

Ashley said...

LOVE your header!!!
And precious boy:) his face is too sweet! Do you just want to smooch it up ALL the time?! :)

carlisle clan conversation... said...

I love this, so adorable! And I love your blog design update...super cute!

Leslie @ top of the page said...

love that new word! may steal it. my k-gartner son and i sometimes (when i have the patience left at the end of the night) do 100 eskimo kisses and i count as fast as i can. he cracks up. it's our special thing. good to meet you the other night at julie's.

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