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    dearheart3126 posted:
    I am wondering if it is appropriate for a 9 year old boy to lay on top of his mother and kiss her over and over? My grandson does this with his mother and it makes me a little uncomfortable. I am wondering if it is me, or if that would make other people feel uncomfortable too.
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    Anon_134193 responded:
    It might make some uncomfortable but I don't really think there's anything wrong with it. It sounds like a habit that they started when he was a lot smaller, and one that they will probably grow out of soon. He's getting to the age when he'll probably stop that on his own wihin a year or two. Either that, or she will.


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