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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Psoul(m): 4:17pm On Sep 29
bobontop:
My wife is fond of kissing my 6months boy in the mouth. I personally don't like this and I have told her to stop it but she refused.

This issue in causing a serious argument in my home and I want to take a serious action since she has refused to stop it.

Please I need advice from experienced parents.

I was abused sexual as a child by a cousin staying with us and there are cases of incest around me. I don't want any of this to happen to my son.

The teenage girl staying with us always sees my wife kissing my son in the mouth and I am afraid she my copy it and start doing it.

Please am I wrong? Am I over reacting? Is it a normal practice? Please advise me.

You should've told her not to deliver the baby through her pnssy.
Please allow that woman to connect with her baby.
Stop putting dirty feelings into that woman's head.
You may not understand the joy of a woman with her child.

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Elporo: 4:17pm On Sep 29
Romanoff:
You need to see a therapist, you're obviously still dealing with trauma from your abuse.

There's nothing wrong with a mother kissing her baby in the mouth, you're just projecting your trauma on your wife and child.

Please, deal with it before it ruins you.

I am shocked! You are unaware of the risks.

Can kissing babies be wrong?
Yes, if you are infected with herpes. Transferred to a newborn, the infection can have serious consequences, including long-term neurological damage and, in some cases, death. That’s why the tabloids, with their instinct for the jugular, call it “the kiss of death.”

https://www.bmj.com/content/362/bmj.k3852
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Chigorkizz(m): 4:17pm On Sep 29
pozehnani:
Health Wise it's not right because she can infect the child with mouth disease.

I don't know why a mother will chose to kiss a baby in the mouth.

The cheeks and forehead is fine but definitely not the mouth. Let her stop it. It's not healthy.
Oh!! So she can't infect the child with breast disease.

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by freemi(m): 4:17pm On Sep 29
Kobojunkie:
You tell a mother not to kiss her own baby, from her own womb, in the mouth, why? undecided

If you need to seek counseling for the abuse you suffered as as child, then go get it quickly. But to try to restrict a woman from showing love and affection to her own baby because you were abused is a bit too much. undecided

And using the teenage girl living with you as reason to scold your wife is ridiculous. Tell the girl she is not to do the same to the child, not scold your wife for showing affection as a mother to her own offspring. undecided
if the man start kissing his daughter on lips hope u guys wont complain or would u say same if it were d man kissin his daughter
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Benohio(m): 4:17pm On Sep 29
Some of you blasting the op here don't have sense at all. He asked an innocent question based on what is going on now currently and his past experience. If he was the one doing it to that child, I bet his story will be everywhere on social media. That habit can become something else later if she continues kissing that child. Hugging and kissing on the head or cheek is enough.

In conclusion, women get away with many things. The future is truly female.

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by alone1fun12: 4:18pm On Sep 29
You need to see doctor for medication, myself as a father I'm kissing my son of one year old its not matter at all
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Zainabthegirl1(f): 4:18pm On Sep 29
You Dey ment
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by BigJoe19: 4:18pm On Sep 29
Let's assume it's a man(father) kissing a baby girl, this thread would have been filled with insults from feminists, the hypocrisy is alarming.

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Chigorkizz(m): 4:18pm On Sep 29
Some men no suppose marry self.
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Kobojunkie: 4:19pm On Sep 29
freemi:
if the man start kissing his daughter on lips hope u guys wont complain
Again, good fathers have no qualm kissing their daughters and sons. https://www.quora.com/At-what-age-should-fathers-stop-kissing-daughters-on-the-lips-Or-was-it-ever-appropriate
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Elporo: 4:19pm On Sep 29
Kobojunkie:
The Nigerian housewife receives what in the case of divorce? undecided

Little child. Go play in the sandpit!
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Chiffy: 4:19pm On Sep 29
Bros, why are you trying to cause a fight out of nothing. How do you even imagine that you can prevent a mother from kissing her own baby whom she carried for 9 months.
FYI, all things being equal; the love a mother has for her child/ren is greater than the love she has for you as a husband; and that love is much more intricate at this tender stage of the baby. Don't fight it. Its just unexplainable instinct present in humans and animals.
So abeg don't try to stop her or else she go change am for you one day and you wouldn't like it. The most you can do is to express you concerns about doing it in from the other small girl.

But you sef na wa oo. So by the time you have a second and third child, would you still be expressing the concerns of your wiife kissing the baby in front of the now older siblings?

I understand you had bad experiences as a child but don't allow the fear of that to prevent your family from living normal life. Or you go seek immediate psychological help.

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Kobojunkie: 4:20pm On Sep 29
BigJoe19:
Let's assume it's a man(father) kissing a baby girl, this thread would have been filled with insults from feminists, the hypocrisy is alarming.
Again, good fathers have no qualms kissing their daughters and sons https://www.quora.com/At-what-age-should-fathers-stop-kissing-daughters-on-the-lips-Or-was-it-ever-appropriate

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by BigJoe19: 4:20pm On Sep 29
Bluffly:

Absolutely wrong. What happened to kissing on the forehead and cheek. Will it have gone down well if it was a father kissing his baby girl mouth to mouth.
Abeg no need telling them again, same women will come here and accuse the man of being a pedophile.

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Dididrumz(m): 4:20pm On Sep 29
bobontop:
My wife is fond of kissing my 6months boy in the mouth. I personally don't like this and I have told her to stop it but she refused.

This issue in causing a serious argument in my home and I want to take a serious action since she has refused to stop it.

Please I need advice from experienced parents.

I was abused sexual as a child by a cousin staying with us and there are cases of incest around me. I don't want any of this to happen to my son.

The teenage girl staying with us always sees my wife kissing my son in the mouth and I am afraid she my copy it and start doing it.

Please am I wrong? Am I over reacting? Is it a normal practice? Please advise me.


You're not acting matured all.

What do You mean by "My child"
Don't let Your past ruin a mother's love for her child.

There's absolutely nothing wrong here na you dey wrong something now.

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by vickydevoka(m): 4:20pm On Sep 29
Kobojunkie:
You tell a mother not to kiss her own baby, from her own womb, in the mouth, why? undecided

If you need to seek counseling for the abuse you suffered as as child, then go get it quickly. But to try to restrict a woman from showing love and affection to her own baby because you were abused is a bit too much. undecided

And using the teenage girl living with you as reason to scold your wife is ridiculous. Tell the girl she is not to do the same to the child, not scold your wife for showing affection as a mother to her own offspring. undecided
They man complains too much may be. Though it was irritating me buh i got use to de kissing with her sister. Buh i hate it o. Side cheeks is not bad
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by freemi(m): 4:20pm On Sep 29
alone1fun12:
You need to see doctor for medication, myself as a father I'm kissing my son of one year old its not matter at all
on d lips nawa for nawadays parents. God help us all
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by BigJoe19: 4:20pm On Sep 29
Kobojunkie:
Again, good fathers have no qualms kissing their daughters and sons https://www.quora.com/At-what-age-should-fathers-stop-kissing-daughters-on-the-lips-Or-was-it-ever-appropriate
Good fathers lol.
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Enn214(m): 4:21pm On Sep 29
The only way you can complain is telling her abt the risk of spreading germs to the baby
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Aidejay(m): 4:21pm On Sep 29
Kobojunkie:
This is not about society or culture but nature and here you suggest that nature is not normal. Interesting. undecided

Kissing is very much a cultural construct. Cultural connotations of kissing vary widely.
I won't pretend to know enough about you to assume what your cultural or social background looks like. But mine is a typical nigerian one, where kissing is between couples, married ones for specificity.

I'm not against a mother showing natural affection for her child, but kissing on the lips for me will take getting used to.
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by topsamjo(m): 4:21pm On Sep 29
Bornsinner7:
I see nothing wrong as it is her child.. that you were sexualy abused have left a scar in your memory but you have to deal with it..

Maybe you should let her understand your point of view rather than just prohibiting her authoritatively from the act...

Everybody loves the feel of the lips of babies bro.. don't be mad..
Love your wisdom broo...
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by hansomb: 4:22pm On Sep 29
Next thing he will tell her not to Baff d baby
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by blasterman(m): 4:23pm On Sep 29
bobontop:
My wife is fond of kissing my 6months boy in the mouth. I personally don't like this and I have told her to stop it but she refused.

This issue in causing a serious argument in my home and I want to take a serious action since she has refused to stop it.

Please I need advice from experienced parents.

I was abused sexual as a child by a cousin staying with us and there are cases of incest around me. I don't want any of this to happen to my son.

The teenage girl staying with us always sees my wife kissing my son in the mouth and I am afraid she my copy it and start doing it.

Please am I wrong? Am I over reacting? Is it a normal practice? Please advise me.


he is 6months for God sake,


There is nothing wrong with a mom kissing her son.

Even up to 7 yr self. can u remeber what happened when u were 3 yrs

wait for grand mother to do her own

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by vickydevoka(m): 4:23pm On Sep 29
Romanoff:


Even if the woman is a full time house wife, na small work be full time house wife?

Make them switch roles make e see as e be na.
I know of houses where their roles are switched due to circumstances. Believe you in me the man always feel like committing suicide. Only insult from ur wife especially in public places will make u think marriage is not worth it. If man loses his job he becomes worthless and useless.
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Holluwhakemmy(f): 4:24pm On Sep 29
Nothing wrong with the mother for kissing her baby it is her bundle of joy,
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Decryptor(m): 4:25pm On Sep 29
bobontop:
My wife is fond of kissing my 6months boy in the mouth. I personally don't like this and I have told her to stop it but she refused.

This issue in causing a serious argument in my home and I want to take a serious action since she has refused to stop it.

Please I need advice from experienced parents.

I was abused sexual as a child by a cousin staying with us and there are cases of incest around me. I don't want any of this to happen to my son.

The teenage girl staying with us always sees my wife kissing my son in the mouth and I am afraid she my copy it and start doing it.

Please am I wrong? Am I over reacting? Is it a normal practice? Please advise me.

She's molesting him!
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by RPG2020(m): 4:25pm On Sep 29
From kissing to where tongue
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Kobojunkie: 4:25pm On Sep 29
vickydevoka:

They man complains too much may be. Though it was irritating me buh i got use to de kissing with her sister. Buh i hate it o. Side cheeks is not bad
That show of affection is for that child's good and also for the mother - that bond has to be formed and nutured. Fathers who bond on similar manner with their babies are seen to have a relationship that is beyond what we consider typical in society as well. undecided

It may look creepy but nature knows what it is doing with all that. undecided

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Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by freemi(m): 4:26pm On Sep 29
Kobojunkie:
Again, good fathers have no qualm kissing their daughters and sons. https://www.quora.com/At-what-age-should-fathers-stop-kissing-daughters-on-the-lips-Or-was-it-ever-appropriate
again it is wrong.
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by vickydevoka(m): 4:26pm On Sep 29
pozehnani:
Health Wise it's not right because she can infect the child with mouth disease.

I don't know why a mother will chose to kiss a baby in the mouth.

The cheeks and forehead is fine but definitely not the mouth. Let her stop it. It's not healthy.
U are right
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Kobojunkie: 4:26pm On Sep 29
Aidejay:
Kissing is very much a cultural construct. Cultural connotations of kissing vary widely.
I won't pretend to know enough about you to assume what your cultural or social background looks like. But mine is a typical nigerian one, where kissing is between couples, married ones for specificity.

I'm not against a mother showing natural affection for her child, but kissing on the lips for me will take getting used to.
Kissing is a cultural construct? You lost me there. undecided
Re: I Told My Wife Not To Kiss My 6-Month-Old Son On The Mouth: Am I Wrong? by Kobojunkie: 4:27pm On Sep 29
freemi:
again it is wrong.
You are ofcourse free to have an opinion. undecided

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