Want to know the best way to educate my children on all things SEX without grossing them out or scaring them too much. Don't want to use cutesy words or sugarcoat anything, either.
28 Nov '09, 20:08
28 Nov '09, 23:27
See here: http://moms4mom.com/questions/2123
I recently read a book called From Diapers to Dating, which I found to be very helpful.
I think the most important thing is to talk about sex as if it were something natural. After all, it is...
29 Nov '09, 11:11
I like the "natural" approach - it's how I feel it should be treated, too.
There are a series of books called "It's So Amazing!" that my daughters like to read. I'm not sure how much of it they "get", but the information is all pretty factual, and presented at a level that they can understand.
28 Nov '09, 20:24
There were some really great Answers that were posted to a similar question,
"Explaining about the birds and the bees to a 5 year old" which I found really helpful.
28 Nov '09, 20:27
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