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    • #28272

      Mel

      I haven’t gotten to the point of that yet. Is it difficult to being it up? I imagine some kids giggle or otherwise don’t take it seriously. They definitely need to learn some things early.

    • #32182

      Not there yet.

      • #271075

        My question is when is to young to talk about this anymore?

    • #32687

      😀

    • #32828

      Mel

      Haha. At least I’m not alone, it seems! 🙂

    • #32855

      Great

    • #34321

      You are right.

    • #38418

      I have had a basics talk with my 8 year old, and more into some specifics with my 10 year old. We update as they age, and are always open to questions. For us, some of the personal body safety/privacy talks were important starting at a younger age.

      • #271325

        Mel

        Very helpful, Rose!

    • #52103

      Not easy but needs to be done.

    • #71760

      Yes.

    • #115959

      I have all boys so I had my husband do it

      • #116300

        Mel

        Lol Shanna! That works!! 🙂

    • #116366

      agreed

    • #200298

      I’ve been wondering about this as well w my older two

    • #205927

      Agreed!!

    • #230541

      Nice one

    • #230789

      Mel

      Thanks, all! 🙂

    • #271059

      agreed

    • #381895

      Very helpful.

    • #382242

      Some of the moms feel uncomfortable with talking about bird & bees conversation. Start off early like as soon as a child can talk. Hey son daughter no one is suppose to touch your body you let me or whoever the child is told to tell. The parent or all family should bring it up here and there. Ask questions gentle you ok how’s it’s going you as the parent as the child gets older enforce that no one should touch your privates. Talk about Stranger Danger. As child gets older bring up the least graphic stuff like the names of the body parts Sing the head shoulders etc song use actually names. Some parents start talking more details when puberty is about to start. Be comfortable in your own skin before you share the news to a child. Seriously relax and relate

    • #437030

      Nice..

    • #437375

      Mel

      Thank you, Yolanda!! ♡♡

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