Well, not necessarily the talk, but it led to my four year old son asking questions about the female anatomy! I had made three doll cakes this weekend and had a few extra of the mini doll picks that I didn't use sitting out. He picked them up and pointed to their chest and asked what that was! Needless to say he had a few more questions for me, but I never thought my cake decorating would lead to those types of questions! I guess I'll be more careful next time!
Ah-hah, it's your turn!
Oh, how comforting to know that it's someone else's turn to explain things to their youngster. I went through it when my son was 6.
Ahhh, I can still remember my dad taking all of us 7 kids, putting us in a circle and explaining the facts of life. We are a blended family and 5 of us hit puberty at the same time. It was an interesting childhood!
My son showed me the "marbles" he had. ROFL
Just be glad the picks don't have bottoms.
That reminds me of being at a friend's daughter's birthday party a few years ago...she was turning 5 and had a Barbie cake with the cake skirt covered in fondant. These two little boys kept trying to lift up the fondant to see what was under there. I heard them whining to the birthday girl's mom that they were not trying to sneak cake, they just wanted to know what "parts" ladies had under their dresses. I have never been able to look at a doll cake the same way again.