At school today, My 5 year old and his new friend where in the bathroom, unsupervised. My son says, his friend and him where showing eachother their penis'. My son also stated that his friend wanted to kiss my sons butt cheeks. Thats not all, this friend also tried to touch his anus. My son knows better. I think there might be some curiosity here. But Im unsure how this will affect my son. Is this normal? My son has never, ever made up a story like this before. Im not sure if he is telling the truth or not. a few minutes after he told this to me, he claimed he was tricking me. Here is a little bit of back story on the situation. My 5 year old is in his 2nd week of kindergarten. I know he is eager to make friends. He is an only child. Today, he was given permission to go to the bathroom after lunch. He never returned to class. He was MIA, for over 30 min in the bathroom. None of his teachers noticed he never came back to class. It wasnt untill I was there to pick him, that they realized he wasnt in the class. Neither was his new friend. After about 15 min of searching, his friend came out of the bathroom. Then a few minutes later, my son came out. My son claims they were both on the toilet, in separate stalls. But then he shares all of these other details. So I really have no idea what went on in that bathroom. I have no info on this boy, I know nothing of him. I dont want to make my son feel guilty. But i need to get to the bottom of what happened in the bathroom. If this boy has seen things, or been exposed to things my son hasnt. Im not sure how this incident will affect him. i dont want this to be come an ongoing issue. Please help with any advice possible. I can reply with more info if needed.
oh there is something going on. what your son told you is definitely true because i don't get how he would just make up story like that and next time they would both be spending 30 minutes in the bathroom. i think you should make him tell his friend that if he still wants to be his friend they would not do that and make him apologize even if he didn't start it. be sure to tell him how this could affect him in any way
BE CAREFUL!!!! STOP THAT SITUATION RIGHT NOW, PLEASE!! First of all, talk to the teacher and the principal about that situation and that you don't want it repeated. Please, talk to your son immediately and let him know that is not right and do not be friend of the other kid...If your son is still friend of that kid the situation is going to be repeated....It's your obligation as the mother of your 5 year-old to stop that situation and prevent your son from being a VICTIM of Sexual Abuse (even if the sexual abuse is coming from a kid of a same age as your son. Still is Sexual Abuse). Report it to the teacher and the principal IMMEDIATELY. Good Luck and God Bless your innocent son, bless you, bless my children and every single innocent children from becoming victims of any kind of sexual abuse.
hello guys , i am reading your comments after my daughter had the same problem today from her class mate eho is a girl too !! they are 5 years old ,,i am soo worried about my kid safety , i think you are right betty !! such an act must be reported immediatly and i am going tomorrow to take my daughter to a different class , to avoid to be in the same place with that girl ,,,, i know the girl and her grandmother they live couple of blocks from my house so , i am gonna have to pick her up to avoid ridding the bus with her ,,, the touching happend in the bus .
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