Are you a big spoon or a little spoon?

Cuddling is good for the soul and relieves us from stress. It can be a very intimate and personal activity.

We can cuddle with our significant others, family, pets or our stuffed animals.

We asked our fellow Gazmers on our Twitter @Cookiegazm if they are a big spoon or a little spoon.

100 % percent of Twitter Gazmers voted as being big spoons.

 A big spoon is a person who is cuddling the other. While a little spoon is the one being cuddled.


It may sound silly to ask for advice on how to cuddle, but don't be afraid to ask or do some research.

Take the weather temperature into consideration, if you're cuddling in the winter time, you might want to be bundled up in blankets and have warm hot chocolate at arm's reach.

You don't have to be productive while cuddling. While you are more than welcome to cuddle while watching a movie, reading or studying; try cuddling in complete silence.

This will allow you to relax and feel a deeper connection to the person you are cuddling with.

If you plan on watching a movie and cuddling, have some snacks on hand, like popcorn or cookies.

Communicate! Talk to the person who you're cuddling with.

If you want to try something new with your cuddling, you can start off by switching positions.

While it's easy to stick with what you know, if you're having a rough day and want to be held -- be the little spoon!

It's great being a little spoon and being held by someone who cares about you.

Cuddling also has no age limit. A phrase we hear too often is "Kids grow up so fast."

Cuddle with your kids, nieces or nephews when they eat breakfast and watch their morning cartoons.

Mix it Up

If it's a beautiful day outside, head out to the beach or lay on a hammock and cuddle. 

It feels refreshing to cuddle outdoors and feel a cool breeze brush you skin.

Cuddle in the bed of a truck and star gaze or cuddle up when you wait in hour-long lines at 4 a.m. on Black Friday.

You can always cuddle up with a box of cookies!