Naked boy humping girl

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Jump to navigation. My 3 year-old holds his favorite stuffed animal at his lower stomach area, lies on his stomach with his arms under him, and holds the stuffed animal in place while making copulating motions. He does this off and on during the day and at bedtime. I feel it has become a behavior similar to rubbing a blanket, or chewing on a blanket -- something that feels good and helps him go to sleep. Nevertheless, we are at a loss about how to discourage this behavior without calling his attention to it being sexual and making him more conscious of the behavior.

How do I discourage my 3 year-old from 'humping' his stuffed animal?

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How do I respond to this behavior without making him feel dirty? I have a question about my son's sexual curiosity. He's pulling at his penis and when I change him, I notice he has erections. He's also been humping around on pillows, and even on his baby sister! Sometimes he grabs my breasts or sticks his tongue in my ear. I'm not quite sure how to respond or to react without making him feel as though it's dirty.

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Providing healthy and good touch, bringing a matter of fact stance and neutrality to children learning about sexuality, and raising confident children are some of the ways that we can do this. Because I see addressing this to a couple separate age groups with v ery defining characteristics , I am going to break this blog up in two sections: Children who are under 4 years, and those who are ages If you have a young child in either of these groups, and need help knowing what is age appropriate, and some helpful responses to natural behavior, hopefully this blog helps! Sexuality starts at conception, and we immediately refer to our babies as boys and girls.
Most sexual behaviour in children and teenagers is a typical and healthy part of development. For example, children often explore their own bodies and the bodies of other children by looking or touching. Teenagers might masturbate in private or be sexually active with someone of a similar age. A GP or child and family health nurse is a good place to start. They can refer you to an appropriate health professional with experience in this area.