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Explaining Things To Toddlers

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My 3-year old son asked me where I came from because I told him that he came out from his mommy's tummy. So I told him that I came from his nana's tummy. He then told me that he will also make a baby from his tummy. It was a good laugh from everyone who heard it, but he was serious about what he said and was embarrassed after everyone laughed.
 

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I have a 4 1/2 year old son and it's fun to explain things, and listen to their own explanations or imaginative ideas.

I mostly enjoy the constant stream of "Why?" that happens after so many things I say, cause I like explaining things and teaching him. My son has done that too, where he said he was going to have a baby and he told me I was going to have a baby in my tummy too. I tell him boys just don't have room in their tummy for babies, only girls do, but I think he just doesn't want to believe that he can't do something yet :p
 
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The non-stop "why's" can sometimes be amusing or irritating, depending on the mood I'm having at that moment. There were times when I told him that "you will understand when you grow up" and then he would immediately ask "why?". That question is even harder to explain.
 
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