Wondering How To Talk To Your Kids About Baby-Making? Madge The Vag Has Some Answers.


Wondering How To Talk To Your Kids About Baby-Making? Madge The Vag Has Some Answers.

by Christine Organ
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Here are parenting tips for when your kid asks, “where do babies come from?”

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When your children start to ask uncomfortable questions, it’s hard to know what to say. Thankfully, Madge the Vag sat down with pediatrician Dr. TJ Gold to find out the best responses to the question “where do babies come from?” If “you want to tell them the truth about childbirth, here’s some helpful advice.”

“Ask Then Tell” – Let your child ask you questions and answer them directly. Educate them but keep it simple. Make sure to use age appropriate language and not over explain. For example, if you child asks “do you have a baby in your belly” explain that a baby grows in a uterus.

Be honest but not too honest. Sometimes oversharing is not caring. Again, wait to see what their questions are before you give more information than they were looking for. A simple answer might be [remove] satisfy their curiosity.

For more helpful tips and tricks, watch Dr. Gold’s interview with Madge the Vag.

More about Madge the Vag: Madge the Vag is a quirky mom on a mission to spread (literally) the word on everything vagina. She may have a 1950s wardrobe, but approaches women’s vaginal health in a refreshing way that is very today. Madge highlights a taboo topic or challenging issue many women face but may be afraid to talk about. She interviews experts on a range of topics like public hair, yeast infections and sex.

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