Discussing feminine products with kids
05/29/2013 2:27 PM
05/29/2013 3:32 PM
Some kids build forts with them, some stick them on their foreheads as shields, and others blast them toward the moon like rockets. No, we're not talking about toys of any sort - we're talking tampons, pads and other feminine products.
At some point in time, most children find feminine products and curiosity sets in. Moms need to be prepared to openly answer their inquiries, remaining positive and age-appropriate in their responses.
Watch as Doctors Jim Sears, Lisa Masterson, and Travis Stork tackle the issue, offering moms advice while keeping it light.
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