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A nice thing to know is that at two to four years of age, kids don’t care what they look like – they have no shame in being naked.
Then, when they reach about five or six years of age, they start to feel shame (the good kind of shame that keeps one from being in awkward situations).
She says “For some kids, getting dressed gets associated with something they don’t want to do, like eating their veggies.” She goes on to explain that kids will find that running around naked is just more comfortable than clothes.
Usually, by the time children reach three and four years of age, they figure out the difference between public and private and start to develop a sense of modesty, according to their situations.
So maybe, if a five or six year old is still running around naked, it’s because he or she is trying to gain a little control over something, or just simply unsure of when and where, or who, it’s appropriate to be naked in front of.
Perhaps, it’s just because they think it’s hilarious.
My friend Caroline, who is in her 60s, tells me she gave up plunging necklines and wrap dresses when she turned 50 because not only did she want to cover up any crepe-like skin, but showing off your breasts is not very classy when you hit that milestone age.
You can find lots of body-contour dresses that end just below the knee, autumn's new sexy length.
Parents can sign up their children by using their own Facebook accounts to create a profile for their kids on this Facebook-like site.
Once parents have selected friends for their children by searching other students at their child's schools, adding family friends from their own Facebook profiles, and sending e-mail invites, children have access to selected You Tube videos, games, and creative projects.
If you have young children on Facebook or My Space, they shouldn't be — at least legally.
The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) prevents websites from collecting personal information about children who are under the age of 13 without their parents' permission.
Toddlers often will touch their own genitals when they're naked, such as in the bathtub or while being diapered.