“Remember when you were 6 years old and you and all of your cousins crawled into the top bunk and squealed and squirmed until your parents came in and had to quiet you all down? Or how about when you and your friends would make tents with the sofa cushions and whatever blankets mom would let you play with? Remember how you’d make the tent and then all snuggle up inside playing with Lego and dolls?
Short of making tents and trying to fit everybody atop a bunk bed, this is the feel Cuddle Parties are going for.
In today’s world, many of us aren’t getting our Recommended Daily Allowance of Welcomed Touch. Cuddle Parties seek to change that and change it in a way that’s conscious, healthy and nutritious. Cuddleparty.com
Cuddling is now considered “nutritious?” Personally, I’m all about cuddling — though I’m not too sure how I’d respond in a group-cuddling context.
But it’s an interesting movement, to be sure — complete with its own set of rules.