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    Please have the convo way before highschool.
    For us it wasn't one big talk but a lots of little ones over many years. I answer any questions they have, when they have them. I find it helps to talk about while your doing something else eg craft, driving etc.... Most of ours have been in the car on the way home from school.
    I have brought it at times just to gauge what they know and the crazy things they have heard from the school yard.

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    I printed off diagrams of the female and male reproductive systems... like fallopian tubes and all. I made it a technical talk. She still found it hilarious when I got down to it, but she understood the basics (like where sperm live, where they travel to, how the travel from man to woman, where they go, and what basically happens from there. We talked about eggs and the uterus and whatnot too... all very simple, even though I'm making it sound complicated... lol).


 

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