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Children will notice touching themselves feels good and it is the time to introduce appropriate touching and boundaries.
‘Make sure you explain it’s not naughty or dirty to want to touch your own genitals, but it’s not the right time and place to do so in public,’ he says.
Many parents (and children) dread the day they’ll have to have that serious, sit-down conversation, explains Julie Bayley, a health psychology researcher at Coventry University who helped devise the What Should We Tell The Children About Sex And Relationships? ‘A lot of parents think there is a right time to do this, but never know when this time is,' she says.'Actually, there is no right time.’ Instead, it’s an open conversation that lasts years, says Bayley. Think about what you want to say and, if you don’t know, say, “I don’t know, let’s find out together”.’ Under 5 Your child will begin noticing basic differences between boys and girls, so you can expect questions such as, ‘What’s a willy?Age 6–9 ‘When I told my daughter I’d had a Caesarean, she said she wasn’t going to kiss any boys because she couldn’t afford to get pregnant and have an operation.I realised it was time to sit down and have a conversation with her,’ says Noella, 34.‘When you think it’s sensible to raise an issue, do it. ’ It’s easy to get flustered by such bald questions and, despite our best intentions, we may find ourselves shutting the conversation down with a knee-jerk ‘Don’t be silly’ or ‘You don’t need to know that’.