Answering their kids' questions about sex is a responsibility that many parents dread. Otherwise confident moms and dads often feel tongue-tied and awkward when it comes to talking about puberty and where babies come from. But the subject shouldn't be avoided. Parents can help foster healthy feelings about sex if they answer kids' questions in an age-appropriate way. From as early as infancy, kids are interested in learning about their own bodies.
So when you show up to pick up this guy's daughter, it's not just that he sees the douche who's going to be boning his little girl later which he does, but more on that in a minute. As a fat woman, I have been taught that there is an order of operations for love: First, you get thin; then, you can date who you want. Just being with you has made all my dreams come true, and I want to do everything I can to make you feel that way too.
What should kids call their private parts? How do I explain where babies come from? Should I give my child a heads up about puberty? When should we have the "big talk"?