Their little foreheads touching just made me think, awwww to be a kid and be able to feel that comfortable with someone so quickly! To not be held hostage by reservations born of insecurities and deep-seated fear of rejection. Adults just take so long---
to open up, to share and to trust.
Then not too long after McKye wanted to make sure I got the message and again snuggled up to a little friend. Once again sending me running for the camera.
This time he pushed it a little far. She was sweet about it.
I guess personal space does have it place.
Although, I'm pretty sure we all could use a few more hugs, and shoulders to lean on, too.
So often when my kids are upset,
they just need a hug.
I'm gonna try it next time.
Made me think of this talk:
Please be careful of becoming so immersed and engrossed in pixels, texting, earbuds, twittering, online social networking, and potentially addictive uses of media and the Internet that you fail to recognize the importance of your physical body and miss the richness of person-to-person communication.