Share: How did you "Talk About It" with your Girl?

Share: How did you "Talk About It" with your Girl?

We believe that it truly takes a village to raise a child! We all want what is best for our girls. The truth is, we are all just trying to figure out how to navigate these changes right along side them! So let's talk about it!

Comment below & Share with our Her-Rah! Parents:

  • How have you approached these changes, stages, and conversations so far?
  • What questions have your girls asked so far?
  • What questions do you have?
  • What has been most challenging for you as a parent so far?
  • What do you feel has been the biggest challenge for your daughter?
  • What advice can you share for other parents in the same situations?
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Approaching my older daughter about “it” was all about the approach and not necessarily the content. I spoke on fact and not feelings. I spoke about specific female anatomy and how your hormones drive our physical body and healthy mind. I went over slang and addressed street talk. While it sounds boring to most “the talk” had a captive audience. I had talked to a couple other PTA Mom’s about my approach to “the talk” and ended up with my daughter and couple of classmates as my audience. Naturally, they shared their new knowledge with their friend group at school and asked when the highly anticipated sequel would take place. My best advice – make your presentation memorable and they will remember the content and thank you later.

Bethany Tillmann

I have two daughters who are 3 years apart and started off growing the same. Well that was until my youngest started developing before my oldest. The discussion started by explaining what she may feel and what she was going through. Although she was definitely developing alot sooner than her peers, she didn’t have many bad experiences. The only problem we ran into was shopping for training bras. It’s like they stopped making them out we had to find them in a little girl sizes which made my daughter uncomfortable since by this time she was 10. She not a pink type of girl and all we found were little girl pink ones.

Ivy Lucy

My child is heavy and transitioning to this has been very difficult in attempting to fit in with peers

Cindy Jordan

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