Successful parenting is founded on successful relationships between spouses and relatives. We must not neglect our spouse while we focus our attention on grooming our children to become the best they can be. Discuss relationship issues here.
winth wrote:We kiss each other before we leave for work and after our lunch dates.
Just a simple peck on the cheek.
My parents kiss each other on the lips before my dad leaves for work. That is only after they saw how atrocious youngsters behaved in the MRT one fine day (the french-kissing like nobody's business part) that my dad told my mum that he wants it too.
I your dad !
Yes I kiss my DW everyday that I'm in Singapore. But there's a difference between a peck on the cheek or a smooch on the lips. When I appraoch DW, and she smooches me too - it means all things are fine. But if she turns her face, and let me peck her cheeks - means she's still a little "niff" with me . . .
Haha, I am too sound asleep to realise he kiss me in the morning :-ptankee wrote:kiasimom wrote:DH kisses me every morning before he goes to work without fail, even when I am sound asleep. He will still kiss my cheek :-) And he asks for kisses every now and then....haiz
my DW would probably at me if I wake her up with my goodbye kisses.