Who likes women's feet

Toddler loves feet


Written by cyan on 08/11/2016, 10:16 p.m.

Hello
My son is 2.5 years old and is very fond of feet. He likes to attack, tickle, stroke and sometimes kiss her. Now his cousins ​​had been there for a few days and it was really bad. He always wanted to lie by his feet and hold them.
He already had this "phase" but was gone in between.
I wonder how to behave properly because prohibiting it, I think it doesn't help, but I don't want to promote it either. I read that fetishes show up very early but get very little information. Would like to have tips on how to use it properly. Does anyone have any experience?

 

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answer fromWorms2610 on 08/11/2016, 10:52 p.m.

Hello,
Unfortunately, I have no tips for you.
I can only tell you that our son (who will be 3 years old in October) is also on his feet. I noticed this interest shortly after his 2nd birthday. We were with my sister. She had varnished toenails - I don't know if she was were particularly interesting for him. However, he could not concentrate on other things. His eyes were only directed to her feet. If I had my feet bare before the summer period (when changing, for example) he would lie on them and kiss her. Now In the summer he kept pointing at the feet of the other women - luckily the other women didn't see that, but I was a bit embarrassed, because he seems quite absent from everything else ... but I know also not what this interest is, and whether I have to worry at all. VG

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answer fromstars on 08/12/2016, 7:42 am

At that age I lovingly tousled the hair of everyone I knew. But today I am completely normal.

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answer fromsmall cup on 08/12/2016, 8:01 am

I can't give you the ultimate tip either. As a small child, my son loved rubber gloves. So these yellow and green cleaning gloves. That was totally crazy. There is hardly a photo of a toddler that doesn't have these things on it. It started in the high chair. When he sat in there and I opened the cabinet under the sink, he totally freaked out. I couldn't speak yet. He made such a fuss in his chair that you can't imagine. Then when he had her, he was quiet and content. When he came to the crèche, when he was 1.5 years old, he was just sitting in front of the cleaning cupboard and playing with the yellow gloves. There are still photos of it as well. At some point that was over, thank God. You don't believe what we had to listen to.
If we tell him about it today, he doesn't want to hear it anymore.

That will definitely stop at some point. The little one gets older and that will certainly be lost.

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answer fromcyan on 08/12/2016, 1:08 pm

Thanks is good to hear that there are several children of that age. Will Abearten and see how it develops or hope it settles down again

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