I have a 4 year old son who has been pretty curious lately. A few weeks ago we went to a friends house and she has a 7 year old daughter. When we went to check on the kids they had the door locked it took them a minute or so to open it. When asked what they were doing they said nothing. Feeling a little uncomfortable because i knew he had been curious lately we left. On the way home he had told me that they had pulled their pants down and were just laughing. I had a long conversation on how we need to respect our friend private parts as well as our own and they were not for anyone else to see. A week later i find out from his teacher that he had pulled his pants down at school with a little girl. Should I be conserened or is this just normal curiousity???? If so how can I go about talking to him about this??
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