Answer by Sebbiemama at 1:04 AM on Mar. 28, 2013
Answer by SWasson at 8:12 AM on Mar. 28, 2013
Answer by Ballad at 12:46 AM on Mar. 28, 2013
Yea, at 4 best to just dodge the questions. If you do say something. You do not need to be technical.
Answer by louise2 at 6:40 AM on Mar. 28, 2013
Answer by girlwithC at 8:54 AM on Mar. 28, 2013
When DS was 3, his best friend at daycare explained to him in graphic detail where babies come from (he had a new baby sister). He got all the facts correct, so I asked DS if he had any other questions, and at that point, he didn't. It didn't come up again until he was 7 or 8, and we had to clear up the whole kissing means you're married thing.
I don't see much point in lying about it just to straighten it out later. I got him a copy of this when he was 5, the same book I had when I was in kindergarten, and that probably answered a lot of questions he might have had before he thought to ask them.
Answer by NotPanicking at 9:36 AM on Mar. 28, 2013
Answer by chrstny88 at 10:21 AM on Mar. 28, 2013
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