When you play with kids, you know they can come up with the craziest ideas. What seems mundane and ordinary, turns into awesome and hilarious.
Lydia is a child who is not only creative, but so funny. No matter what she does, it’s still photo and video worthy. Remember when she got a comb stuck in her hair? She literally had THE cutest reaction ever.
She just can’t help but look extremely cute. It’s just his way of being. I see future artist written all over it. If only I was still at Princeton so I could direct her in future plays and musicals.
To take a kiss from a simple kiss to an adorable kiss, she invented the fire truck kiss. Looked.
I can’t get enough of Lydia’s lovely creativity. I’m just waiting for the videos to start coming in from her little sister. This kind of super creativity runs in his family. Both of his parents, Todd and Beth, were my former students.
When my son, Hayden, was little. I made up a kissing game, just to get him to really kiss me.
The game involved our faces being like a bull’s-eye. Different parts of our faces were worth different points. For example, if you kissed someone on the forehead, it was worth 1 point, the chin was worth 25, the cheeks 50, and the lips 100 points.
Knowing he was extremely competitive, I knew he would peek to win the “game”. Which meant I had all the kisses I wanted and I would be the real winner.
Cutest kisses from the children of Tristate.