Trying not to be uptight ooooh, I know that scene too well. I think you are on target talking to your child about private parts and private places to do things. In fact, more nights than not he exits the bath a bloody mess. Kristen My son is younger, but this is what I do. Talking about it with your child may help. She hasn't entirely stopped rummaging in her pants, but the behavior has become less and less frequent over time. I finally started ignoring it
Treat the whole situation with respect and normalcy.
The landmarks going green for St Patrick's Day Hundreds of iconic buildings and landmarks are set to go I don't think she'll grow out of it but seems like there is nothing I can do about it. I was hoping that the answers you received would cover this one, but I feel like I need to offer a different perspective. It grossed me out and made meSo uncomfortable I felt like I was intruding on her. He can often be found in the morning lying face down on the bed, pajamas at the ankles, you get the picture. Usually he says no, but that reminder is enough to make him conscious of where his hand is and he stops. I think you may want to discuss with your pedi- especially the trying to touch someone else or show herself to someone else.