Mom Confessions: I Don't Shield My Kids' Eyes from Nudity

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mom confessionsIt's time for a Mom Confession — because, let's face it, we're real mothers and sometimes it doesn't work the way the parenting books say it should.

This Week's Confession:

I don't shield my kids' eyes from nudity.

I don't think there's anything wrong with nudity, and I don't shield my toddler's eyes from nudity. With all the things wrong in the world and the things you can find on cable television, nudity is not one I'm worried about. I don't flaunt nudity all about, but if my toddler happens upon it, I don't hide my own nudity, nudity on TV or movies, or nudity in books or art. We even have a beautiful nude painting in our living room. Violence, now that's a separate issue for me. -- anonymous

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We all have secrets and opinions — so thanks to this brave mom for sharing her honest thoughts, and thank you for keeping this conversation non-judgemental!

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