When a kid starts asking
WHERE DO BABIES COME FROM?
a parent has to make some serious decisions. However you approach the conversation, the key is taking control of the situation and communication with your child!
How you start the birds & bees conversation is extremely important!
Most people know that there is a story about the birds & the bees but remarkably
THEY DON’T KNOW IT!!
Press Play and I’ll Tell it To You!
This Story is A Great Way To Explain Where Babies Come From To A Child Without Giving Biological Details…
Finally, someone has gotten around to actually telling the story of the birds and the bees…For generations, children (and oddly enough, some adults) have asked the question, “where do babies come from?” There have been answers from the biological to the absurd. However, everyone knows its got to do with birds and bees…but what does that mean? Did your mother ever tell you? J.L. Sweat masterfully tells a captivating non-biological story about how babies come from the birds and the bees. This story even makes mention of other mysterious loose ends, like sugar & frogs, to go where no story has gone before! No longer do you have to wonder whether a child is old enough to know the story you don’t even know. Buy this book and know the real story!!
Birds, Bees, Babies!
The Story of The Birds & The Bees Has Been Helping Uncomfortable Parents For Years!
Lucus Garcia on AMAZON.COM (KINDLE EDITION)
“Adorable & Funny! What an adorable & funny twist on the topic of the birds & bees! My daughter loves reading this book with me and cracks up laughing, especially the part about puppy dog tails! I highly recommend this book to those looking for a cute story about the birds and the bees!”
Jennifer on AMAZON.COM (PAPERBACK EDITION)
“Need help chatting about the birds & the bees & ahem babies? Author J.L. Sweat and Oh Sweat publishing have created the book ‘Birds, Bees, Babies which explains where babies come from…without discussing sex or biology! No longer do we have to avoid telling our kids about the birds & the Bees!”
Jenny Schweigert, Blogger: The Magic Farm House