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    Default What would you think if you walked into your childs bedroom and saw this?

    I have a friend who has a dd my ds age and a ds who is 7.I will call him Brock.

    Anyway up the road from this family live another family who have a 15 ds, a dd 14 a dd 10 and a dd 7.I will call the 7 yr old dd Caitlin.Caitlin often comes down to play with Brock .The kids are often left in the care of the 15 ds as the parents work and she is very sporty.

    ANYWAY my friend said that the other day she walked into the closed bedroom of brock and said that she found him on top of Caitlin and he was sucking her nipple and she was lying back with a very satisfied expression on her face.She got the kids out of there,sent Caitlin home and talked to Brock about it.He said he didn't want to do it and she made him do it.The mum said that we don't do things like that until you are a much bigger boy and he cried.She is a bit freaked out and so am i.

    My friend told Caitlins mum and all she did was laugh.

    Thoughts? Does anyone think this little girl i.e. caitlin is being abused?
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    Very strange behaviour, which DD is it the 14,10 or 7 yo?

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    Definitely not normal behaviour & yes, abuse is at the forefront of my thoughts! Why on earth would a mother laugh at being told something like that?

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    It could be something this little girl has picked up from videos or tv not suitable for kids , if the mum laughed at it and you dont want an influence like that around your kids then I would be hesitant to invite them over or go over to their house. Do your kids go to the same school?

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    i would not think abuse first.

    My neice is 7, an only child...and is very interested in the mechanics of sex (much to my sisters horror lol). She has been over heard discussing things in graphic detail with her lil friends...most info gained from books at the school library...plus some very added poetic licence.

    With older brothers and sisters also in the house...i would guess there has been chances of her busting them with their partners or older kids books.

    Being sexual comes early for lots of kids...and later for lots of kids too.

    As the other mum has lots of kids she has prob seen and heard it all over the years. She prob did not mean to laugh...although my sis and i had a laugh about busting my ds and her dd at 6 years old in the bath having a close look at each others bits (they are supervised when sharing a bath now lol).

    How is this lil girl other than that?

    I would bring in a "no playing in the bedroom" or a "doors open" policy. We have a doors open policy when friends over...i have had it from day 1 so my DS never questions it and hopefully it will be so much in habit that it will not be questioned too much until he is much older.

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    Why on earth would a mother just laugh at the situation... Clearly not a laughing situation - I would not want my DD doing this at 7yo (assuming its the 7yo)
    *The mum could of been embarrassed or shocked and this was her reaction (when I get nervous I get the giggles - possibly something like this)

    *Maybe Brocks mum could to talk to caitlins mum/family again and see what happens this time

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    I would not think abuse - it is normal for kids to do sexual type play with each other. The mother laughing may have been because she was embarrassed or put on the spot.

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    hmmm all clothes on except for the nipple type area???

    is it definitely sexual?? nothing to do with breastfeeding or anything???

    I would be concerned - and definitely monitor them closely for a considerable period of time ..


 

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