My son will be four soon, and he just started saying things that make me a little suspicious about some things.
He has asked me to look at his "bottom pee pee", which is his testicles, because there's bumps on them, but it's just normal stuff. But then when I do look, just to make sure there's no rash or something, he'll start laughing, say it tickles, and asks me to do it again. He does the same thing when bathing.
Is this just a boy thing, or should I be really worried about someone touching him? We tell him not to let anyone touch him and to never be alone with an adult other than us, but at three, I'm not sure he really understands that.
I'm a SAHM, but he does go to preschool and we go to church. Our church has very strict rules about adults being alone with children (they're not allowed), and we're always the ones to take him to the restroom. At school, they go to the bathroom in groups, and the teachers do have to help him pull up his pants.
Asked by Anonymous at 7:08 PM on May. 3, 2011 in Preschoolers (3-4)
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