Image of the Day: Give me an "Oh!"

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Who says there isn't a perfect Cupid's mouth? If ever there was one, it is here on this gorgeous little pucker of a kiss! I love the way this wee mouth is ever so slightly open as if ready to make a small coo or turn upward into a smile. Thank you to hant6p for sharing this lovely picture with us here at Image of the Day, it is truly gorgeous.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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