I baby sit a three year old regularly. When I leave he is asked to choose between a hug and kiss, a high five, or a fist bump as a way to see me off.
So, the other morning, when his Dad was leaving for work, the three year old told his Dad he needed to be as nice to me as to mommy and give me a hug and kiss so I didn't feel left out.
This is super cute and the three year old's intentions are loving. The Dad was a little freaked. While I didn't mind a hug, a kiss (even on the cheek) would have been over-the top in our culture.
What would you do?