Maybe he won’t say it but this is what he feels after you talk to him about wet dreams.
I thought this picture captured how most moms feel most of the time when they are raising young teenagers … in over their head!
The time to begin teaching your son about his boy anatomy is when he is 5-7-years-old. Little boys are very curious when they are young and so it’s fun to teach them.
If you have been following my blogs and videos, you know how important I think it is to make sure our sons have a solid understanding of the basic structure and function of their reproductive system as they enter puberty. We need to get ahead of what they might learn on the internet or from other sources that may not be accurate. It’s best if you have control over what they learn.
Without realizing it, a boy in the 12+ age group could wake up one morning with wet sheets. There are no warning signs to prepare him. He might think that he has wet the bed during the night, but with more checking, he will realize the wetness is not due to urine. Without a plan, he could feel confused and wonder what to do about this situation. He will also question if it is normal for this to happen.