Do you worry about how you're going to handle the, 'how are babies made mummy?' conversation?
I've been dreading it.
I remember finding out, aged 7 from Catherine Miller at school.
I was horrified. That night in the bath I said to my mum, 'BUT YOU DID IT TWICE!' in disgust.
My five year old started this conversation the other morning.
'When you and daddy got married was I in your tummy?'
'How did I get in your tummy?'
'You were made with love, a seed and an egg and you became a baby.'
... 'Did I come out of your private bits?'
'Did everyone laugh?'
'No. A nurse came to help, I didn't have an audience. But some people have to have their tummies cut open to get the baby out.'
'Not with scissors. A knife.'
'I'm never having a baby. What's for breakfast?'
The facts of life at 7.50am. Done.