Madge The Vag Has Some Tips How Talk To Kids About Baby-Making

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

I’m not sure any parent is ever really prepared for the “sex talk.” You can have it all planned out and then the minute your kid says, “what’s sex?”, you’re like…ummmm…ahhh…. let’s me see…

My son was about 7 years old when he first asked me about sex. After some initial apprehension, I jumped right in with a nuts and bolts (pardon the pun) description of how babies are biologically made (and then followed it up with the very important qualifier that the biology of baby-making is not necessarily the same way that families are made. Since then we’ve had some quite frank — and much less uncomfortable — conversations about sex and baby-making (two very different things).

If you’re just tipping your toes into the baby-making conversation with your kids, however, you might be a bit… uncomfortable. But fear not, Madge the Vag has you covered. She sits down with pediatrician Dr. TJ Gold to get the 411 on how to talk to kids about baby-making and childbirth.

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