Kids Questions – 101 Questions Kids Really Ask…And The Answers They Need To Know

More questions from my book,  101 Questions Kids Really Ask… and The Answers They Need To Know! A Parent Guide Through Puberty. Questions about babies: Q: If the baby is in a sac of water, how does it breathe? Why doesn’t it drown? A: The baby actually does breathe in that sac of water to help [...]

More Puberty Questions from “101 Questions Kids Really Ask…”

MORE questions from my book “101 Questions Kids Really Ask… and The Answers They Need To Know! A Parent Guide Through Puberty. Here is an example of a  general question about boys: Q:  What’s inside the testicles? A: Inside the testicles are something called somniferous tubules. They are tiny coils that if stretched out would be [...]

Puberty Questions from Kids – 101 Questions Kids Really Ask..

Today we will focus on questions from the first two sections from my book, “101 Questions Kids Really Ask… And The Answers They Need To Know“.  Again, remember, this first section is to gently introduce the questions children ask by focusing on ones that will make you smile and help you realize that sometimes a sense [...]

Puberty Questions Answered With “101 Questions… Book”

 101 Questions Kids Really Ask…And The Answers They Need To Know Is NOW    AVAILABLE! Check our special promotion for a limited time only at www.pubertyDVD.com  For the next few weeks I will be blogging about this newly released book and sharing with you some of the questions kids really ask as well as the types of [...]

101 QUESTIONS KIDS REALLY ASK…And The Answers They Need To Know!

FINALLY AVAILABLE AND HERE’S WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING….. “As a pediatrician and mother of two I feel this book provides the framework (and often the answers many of us still don’t know!) to initiate, maintain, and foster healthy dialogue between a trusted adult and child about sexuality. I am happy to have a resource in [...]

“THE TALK!”

This will be the first in a series of posts about “THE TALK”!   TODAY’S TAKE HOME MESSAGE ABOUT “THE TALK”!  Information your child needs and issues you need to discuss are much too complex to cover in “A TALK”.   There is absolutely no way a parent can say everything they need to say or [...]