And emotions and dragging
them into the gutter
would make of that one). My mother once said that if kisses could be measured in pennies I’d have dealt out millions worth in Connie’s fledgling years. But it’s in keeping with the way she brought me up: I used to kiss my mum Gwennie on the lips, too, until I approached my teens.
That puts me and my mum in the “inappropriate” camp, according to child psychologist Dr Charlotte Reznick, who last year suggested it was wrong for a parent to kiss a child on the lips at any age.
“If you start kissing your child on the lips, when do you stop?” she asked. “As a