Birds Bees BabiesWhere Do Babies Come From?

can be one of the most uncomfortable questions ever asked by a child!

Is your young child asking where babies come from?  Sometimes "the stork" is the right answer!

 

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When a kid starts asking

WHERE DO BABIES COME FROM?

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 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!!

  • The Birds and Bees Story is a non-biological Story.
  • Taking an initial SANTA CLAUS type approach to answering the question facilitates discussion between parent and child in a controlled environment.
  • The birds and bees story incorporates all the concepts you remember, from sugar and spice to frogs, snails and puppy dog tails!
  • The birds and bees story is the story of the Stork delivering a baby.
  • Using the Story of the Birds and the Bees can satisfy a child’s initial curiosity while giving a parent time to determine how to proceed with explaining difficult concepts.
  • The story of the birds and the bees allows a parent to protect the innocence of childhood.
  • The birds and bees story is a great children’s story & children’s bed time story.  It is the Ultimate Nursery Rhyme!
  • The story of the birds and the bees is a great gift for children!

 

 

Birds, Bees, Babies!

The Story of The Birds & The Bees Has Been Helping Uncomfortable Parents For Years!

 

girlarms“LOVE IT!  I think this book is perfect for my 7 year old, who just asked me ‘where do babies come from?’  I wasn’t sure how to answer!”

Lucus Garcia on AMAZON.COM (KINDLE EDITION)

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girlarms“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)

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“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

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Yes! I want to get the story of the birds and the bees!

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Birds, Bees, Babies was written by J.L. Sweat

 

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Nursery Rhymes are one of the most sacred memories of childhood!

There is an amazing modern nursery rhyme which tells the story of the birds and the bees.  This funny poem for children is an interesting nursery rhyme book!

 

Nursery Rhymes for Preschool Children

Nursery Rhymes for Preschool and Beyond!  Birds, Bees, Babies is a nursery rhyme for children of all ages!  Parents who remember mother goose tales will love this nursery rhyme book which is poetry for children.

STORY FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES!

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/nursery rhmye about how babies come from the birds and the bees. This story for children of all ages 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!!

This story for children will make the birds and bees talk easier! This nursery rhyme will even help you defer discussions of sex for a while. This story for kids is appropriate for children of all ages, especially small children and makes a great bedtime story! This story is available as an ebook for children who have a Kindle or of as a print book for those who want still want to touch and feel a children’s book. We hope that you will agree that the story of the birds and the bees is one of the best online kids books!

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Free Children’s Story: Below is a video of the story of the birds and the bees! This amazing nursery rhyme is fun for all ages!

 

J.L. Sweat reading Birds, Bees, Babies in New York City!

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Birds Bees Babies

 STORY FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES!

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 for children of all ages 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!!

This story for children will make the birds and bees talk easier! It will even help you defer discussions of sex for a while.  This story for kids is appropriate for children of all ages, especially small children and makes a great bedtime story!  This story is available as an ebook for children who have a Kindle or of as a print book for those who want still want to touch and feel a children’s book.  We hope that you will agree that the story of the birds and the bees is one of the best online kids books!

CLICK BELOW TO CHECK OUT THESE KIDS BOOKS ON AMAZON:

 

Free Children’s Story: Below is a video of the story of the birds and the bees!

 

J.L. Sweat reading Birds, Bees, Babies in New York City!

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Relevant terms: children ebooks, story for children, online kid books, story book, books to read, children stories, kids stories

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Preview the Birds and the Bees Story-Book

Video of Story of The Birds and The Bees

Check out J.L. Sweat’s Profile on Amazon Author Central!

The Birds & The Bees: 5 Answers For Curious Children

Many parents dread the day when a child is old enough to ask where babies come from. The answers can range dramatically, from biological to silly catch phrases and song lyrics. Here are 5 answers that may help:

1) The Biological Approach

The biological answer can vary as can the corresponding methods of explaining to a child where babies come from. Some people get diagrams. There are stories where some kids have been traumatized by a big book full of diagrams and pictures of things that a child was not ready to see yet. The older the child is when the question is asked, the better this approach may work. However, the younger the child, the less likely the child is to understand or grasp the concepts being conveyed. Remember, there is a huge difference between understanding and repeating what has been told to a child. The biological approach deals with sex as well and at the very least, prepares a child for discussions about sex and sexuality.

2) The Semi-Biological Approach

This approach works best for a child who is a little older, but not old enough to discuss sex. This approach takes into account the fact that a child may be too young to discuss or inquire about sex and that a child may still be in an innocent phase. This approach is also a good approach to take when the question is tainted by a friend or playmate who is either asking such questions or repeating random information he or she has picked up somewhere. The basic premise of the semi-biological approach is to state that there are males and females and that they are different and explain how. The child can then be told that women have babies and that they are in the belly, that it takes about 9 months for a baby to grow and for a women to give birth, etc. The semi-biological approach is designed to give information yet evade the details about how a woman gets pregnant. This is accomplished by giving out a great deal of information about what happens after the woman gets pregnant, overloading the child with information and if executed correctly, leading the child to believe he or she knows where babies come from. It is a bait and switch of sorts.

3) Avoidance/Postponing the Inevitable

This method is arguably the worse of them all. Basically, it entails avoiding the question posed by a child altogether. The other approach is to tell the child that you will explain it to him or her. It is never a good idea to allow an inquisitive child to go unguided into this area as there will always be some adult or child in his or her life willing to give an answer. It is better to take control of the question and this learning opportunity, irrespective of how young the child is. Doing so sets a precedent and is often the start of important communication between a child and his or her parents in this area. It is always good to let a child know that he or she can ask these questions of a parent without penalty or ridicule. The last thing a parent wants to do in this situation is leave a child to his or her own devices or playmates when discussing where babies come from.

4) Random Song lyrics and Loose Concepts

This approach follows the avoidance approach very closely. It is actually the method many people use, not because it is a good method, but because it has been repeated for years. They tell children half stories about all sorts of things including swallowing seeds and the birds and bees. The problem with this method is, it confuses children more. The biggest reason for the confusion comes from the method in which these loose concepts are told. They are left dangling, with no connection and no story to tie them together. Because of this, children are forced to either make up the missing pieces or even worse, to ask their friends and playmates. For this reason, this method is not as effective and can actually lead to the introduction and spread of misinformation.

5) Birds, Bees, Babies: The Santa Claus Approach

Disclaimer: I wrote a book about the Birds and the Bees called Birds, Bees, Babies. My personal bias aside, this approach is a good one for situations in which a child is too young to understand biological concepts and in which a child wants to avoid topics concerning sex, sexuality and other sensitive concepts. This approach is best referred to as the Santa Claus approach because it is exactly what many families do around Christmas, they tell a child that a big fat man is going to come down a chimney and bring gifts. This is not lying to a child, it is a way of teaching concepts and is very entertaining for the child if done right. It is that premise which was behind the writing of Birds, Bees, Babies. There were so many loose concepts being put forth that were never connected coherently with an entertaining story. The book follows a young girl who is being taunted by a playmate because she does not know where babies come from. Her father eventually tells her a story about a woman who wanted to have a baby and how a friendly bird heard her talking and convinces the Birds and Bees to made the baby. There is even a stork. The Santa Claus method is effective on young children because it gives them an answer and gives them closure. Sometimes a non biological approach will help a parent postpone the discussion of complex and sensitive topics.

Whatever approach you take, GOOD LUCK!!