It's normal for kids to touch themselves -- but parents don't always know how to respond By Susan McClelland Jun 8, Of all the surprises that came with being a mom, this was the biggest: My youngest, for instance, likes to splay her legs over the sides of the bathtub and caress her, well, you know. And when my other daughter was three years old, she frequently danced naked, running her fingers up and down her torso and in between her, well, you know. I asked other moms if this behaviour was normal. And if it is, is it so bad?
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Toddler Masturbation Jan I work in a group of children who are all around two and a half, potty training age. Naturally the children are interested in viewing one another using the potty and recently they have been interested in what the opposite sex has underneath pants and one or two masterbates at nap time. The problem is that a couple of the assistants are uncomfortable about this. I have spoken to them repeatedly, mentioning this is normal curious behavior for the kid's age, just extra hand washing is needed, but it seems like they just can't stop muttering about it to one another.
In fact, research has shown that babies begin such touching while still in the womb. But it sounds like your real question is how to teach a two-year-old that while touching herself is normal and healthy, she should do so in private. Privacy is a difficult concept for any toddler to comprehend, and you should not expect them to understand it until they are between four and six years old. But there are things you can start doing now to ensure that your daughter will begin to grasp the concept. Just as we teach our children that they should not pick their noses, floss their teeth or go to the bathroom in public, we can also teach them that they should not touch their genitals in public.