time for modesty. . .

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time for modesty. . .

I shower and bathe with the boys when it's easier sometimes. Tonight I cut Everett's hair so we hopped in the shower and he was goofing off and said "I'm going to grab your peewee. . . wait! Where is your pee wee??" I tried very hard not to fall on the floor laughing before I reminded him that was the difference between boys and girls. I always said we would do it until he started pointing out our differences.

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Same here!! Stephen has asked why I don't have a pee pee LOL
He also wants to know how his brother is going to come out of my belly...I told him the doc hadn't told me yet LOL

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IKWYM!

We stopped showering with the kiddos several months ago the the same reasons. Now DD1 and DS shower/bath together but in the near future they need to be separated. They are 5.5 and 3.5yo and are starting to notice the differences between each other as well.

DD1 was asking me how DD2 was coming out of my belly. I just kept telling her the doctor would help get her baby sister out and that the hospital had special tools to help him do that. LOL

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"RobinBG" wrote:

He also wants to know how his brother is going to come out of my belly...I told him the doc hadn't told me yet LOL

I knew I was having a c/s so I told Everett there would be a boo boo on my belly and showed him where. When he came to the hospital we showed him my boo boo so he would understand why he had to be extra careful around me. We had dealt with DH's thyroid surgery before so he understood the whole boo boo thing.