Now personally I can this as being totally okay. This way the showering is taking place which is necessary, but decency is also being shown. A grown man should never shower with his daughter naked, NEVER. This is just stepping off the absolute no no's list with your children. The same thing for mothers showering with their sons. If they wear a swimsuit, then it is okay. But this should only happen if there is no access to a bathtub. Otherwise, baths are the go to for cleaning your children. When your children get older you can "sit down with them" to discuss private parts and reproduction and everything, not in a shower!!!View Thread
That is what I thought I should do too, but I was not sure. I did not think that girls this young could have these types of problems. She just turned two on 7/23. She is my first daughter but my second child. My first is a boy who is 6 1/2. Thanks for your response. I really appreciate it. View Thread
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