But mostly I'm wondering is this normal toddler/almost preschooler behavior. Also I forgot to mention he is very verbal for his age............. Any thoughts? I thought of calling the ped. to ask,but I'd rather hear from mdc'ers first. Thanks,KIm
It might be a signal that some abuse is happening. I am not sure what other things to watch for with abuse, but as with anything I don't think just one sign means a child is abused.
I think there is an adult ideal that children are unsexual ("innocent") that stems from our own conflicted feelings about sex. But they think of all kinds of things. Imagination in kids . . .
I wouldn't worry unless there were signs that something is wrong.
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