Congratulations on leaving your sons intact.
Here are a couple of links that should explain it all:
My 6 yr. old grandson is intact and has never had any problems with his foreskin. We have NEVER retracted it to clean underneath or for any other reason.
Usually when the child is about 5-6 months he will start to pull and tuck at his penis. He'll soon increase that activity whenever he gets a chance. By the time he is 2 he will be with one hand on his penis whenever it is feasible. That's when we let our grandson run naked lots of times.
At that age they have the urge and need to separate the foreskin from the glans and by the boy constantly playing with it this will be achieved.
No one should touch the penis other than the boy, and he should be allowed to touch it whenever he wants to.
The separation process is a slow one. It takes several years.
My grandson's foreskin separated when he was 5 but many boys' does not separate till they are teenager. But it will happen in due time.
You will never have to clean under the foreskin, it is actually not necessary until he is a teenager and he will then do it all by himself.
But after the foreskin is detached, at times you might want to tell your boy to pull it back in the tube and rinse under it. Actually it is not necessary but some mothers seem to detect a little odor, and just rinsing it will not hurt anything.
For now, you should be aware that some doctors do not know that the foreskin should be left alone. We've had mothers come on the board that were very upset because they took their son in for a check up and the dr. just matter of factly pulled the foreskin back. Be warned that you should tell your doctor you don't want him to retract your son or even touch the penis, because when the little muscle in front is pulled back it will not close tightly again. And the function of the foreskin is to keep out everything, bacteria, germs, dirt, thus preventing any infection.
The tighter the foreskin is attached to the glans, the better it can protect it.
Intact care agreement for pediatrician...http://www.circumcisionquotes.com/care.html
To hospital before giving birthhttp://www.noharmm.org/
Cute article: It’s a boy...http://www.circumstitions.com/Itsaboy.html
Dr. Fleiss’ most common reasons for post-neonatal circ...http://www.nocirc.org/articles/fleiss2.html