'Mommy's kisses stick'

Lebowitz, Robyn
May 2013
Washington Jewish Week;5/2/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 18, p25
The author discusses the faith she has in her love, kisses, and teaching that they would stay with her son and soothe him when he is troubled, angry, and lonely even after he leaves home.


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