I received a call from a friend who told me her son advised her that a while ago he and my son were in a closet and pulled down their pants to show each other their penis. That seems normal exploration to me for 5 to 6 year olds. But then he said they kissed each other's penis. Is this normal activity for a 5 to 6 year old?
No, that would not be expected, and likely occurred because one of the boys had seen something (could have been a picture vs real life situation) or heard something to this effect. It defibnitely is worth following up via questions to the boys.
Normal i dont know lol . BUT i have heard of it alot . When my son was younger he come running in the house saying in the shed outside 2 of his friends was pulling each others pants down this freaked my son out , i have heard other people have the same things with young ones . Now if it keeps happening then thats a different story.
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