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How to Take a Bath or Shower With Children and Not Make It Weird
Yes, Parents Can Shower Naked With Their Kids and Not Make It Weird | Fatherly
It all started when mom and dad decided to take a 15th anniversary trip. My dad was an Archeologist who decided to take my mom on a world trip. Well me and my brother Ryan were not invited, so mom and dad set out to find a sitter for us. Well dad decided to spend a month in Europe, a month in the Middle East, and a month in Asia. So here is were the problem started no one wanted to watch us for three months, that and well me and my brother are still bed wetters. It runs in the family my dad and one of his brothers were wetters, and I even think my grandpa was a wetter too.
Is It Okay for Your Kids to See You Naked?
Kids shower and bathe with their parents all the time. Not only is there nothing wrong with that, a shared bath or open shower is often a necessity for a parent struggling to get free time or caregiving alone. Done right, the family shower can provide an effective forum for a child to wash independently and learn a bit about anatomy while becoming comfortable with their own body. When that happens depends largely on how parents feel about nudity and what message they want to send.
Bringing up daughters is complicated: Empowerment messages and impressive achievements are everywhere, yet depression and anxiety are very real threats. This is how to help your daughter become her best, well-rounded self in spite of it all. During a walk home from school not long ago, my first-grader was pretending to chat on the phone. While there's nothing inherently wrong with my kids' behavior, I know exactly why it triggers my anxiety. It's rooted in what I know as a woman, which is that seemingly innocuous things—talking to a boy, beauty, and appearance—have the potential to become thornier issues as my girls get older.