As much as I've tried to ward off having the discussion with my 7-year-old, it seems to be getting harder and harder to skirt around the subject of where babies come from with him.
At least once a week or so, I'm met with one of the following questions:
"How does a baby get in your belly?"
"How do you 'make' a baby?"
"I know that the stork is fake, Mom -- so how does the baby come out of your belly once it's in there?"
Maybe it's because he's in second grade and is smart enough to realize birds don't drop babies on doorsteps. Or maybe it's because he's addicted to Full House reruns and has seen the episode where Aunt Becky delivers the twins about a zillion times and realizes she's pushing the babies out of her body somehow.