We started our sex talk with our daughter at two--Teaching her that her vagina is hers alone and no one can touch it but her. We also tell her that she doesn't have to hug or kiss anyone she doesn't want to and that people don't have to hug and kiss her in return. When she asked how her brother came out of my body, I told her, "Through the birth canal in my vagina."
Do you know how she responded? She didn't. She didn't care.
Going to camp is that quintessential childhood experience, but for kids with special needs, camp may seem more like a daydream than an annual event. Buck up campers! Here are several camps for children with physical or emotional challenges.
As long as you have children, your days in the classroom continue. As their primary teacher and caregiver, it is your responsibility to encourage and support your children's academic efforts both at home and in school.
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