My son just turned 4 years old....yesterday he was over his cousins for the day on a playdate. When i arrived to pick him up to go home he was found hiding under a blanket with his 5 year old cousin (girl). I pulled the covers off and my nieces pants and panties were pulled all the way down. I was absolutely horrified and when i asked my son what he was doing he innocently said they were kissing and hugging. I asked my 5 year niece where she learned this behavior and she said from another cousin (girl) who is 7 years old and that they do it all the time. My son was really upset because I was definitely not cool and calm. My niece on the otherhand was not really too worried over my concern. The older cousin who was said to have been the culprit was questioned by her parents and denied any wrong doings of course. I am really upset and have not said anything else to my son other than this behavior was not ok. Obviously i am terrified to have my son play together with either cousin any time real soon. I am hoping since my son just turned 4 he will forget but how can I let it go too? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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