Ask The Mamas: Does Your Child Do This Too?



Ok, this is slightly embarrassing, but this is the reality of parenthood, right?



At 19 months, my sweet little baby turned toddler has just recently discovered his down south region.


A few days ago, I walked into the living room to find him sitting on
and grinding his sit 'n spin. Then yesterday when grandma and grandpa
were visiting, he grabbed his blankly, sat down on the floor, and began
grinding it between his legs. Of course we all laughed and giggled.
It's cute and funny, and when he saw us laughing, he started cracking
up too. BUT...



My question to you is this:
Has this ever happened with your child? Is this a typical baby/toddler occurance, or is my child destined to be the next Dirk Diggler? Should I be concerned?

He's so little that he obviously doesn't understand what he's doing,
only that it feels good. But what do I do about it? Should I just let
him hump away or stop it? How long does this go on for?




Seasoned mamas: help!:)



(read the original post at Mommyhood Exposed)

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