My 2 yr old daughter was having a chat with my mother at the back seat of my car while I drove. She wanted us to stop the car as she wanted to go peepee. Then she removes her pants down and asks my mother if she wants to touch her peepeee. She then goes on to inform her that there are 7 holes and requested my mum to remove her shirt as well as she wants to get naked. My baby then tells her that she wants to hide and sleep below the seats near her feet. She even told my mother that that is how to do it.
I have watched over my daughter all this while without letter her go out of my sight except for when she goes to school. When my husband says she might have seen it on TV somewhere I am doubtful as I am always around since I am a housewife.
I am so scared for my baby. Someone please tell me its normal. I am so worried
I think there are some red flags here. My son is 2 and loves to be naked. Off come the clothes at any opportunity. I think that is normal as they are not yet self concious. What would bother me is the comments about touching her peepee, and the "this is how to do it". I can't imagine that coming out of his mouth. I would be investigating this further for sure.
I think I would probably take her to a Dr. first and foremost and discuss with them. I might also take her to a therapist who is skilled and experienced in questioning children this age without putting extra ideas into their heads. (kids this age will often tell you yes to questions without completely understanding).
I do think I would be looking into this though. I wish you the best.
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