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    Toddler sexual behavior, problem?
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    An_247871 posted:
    My almost 3yo grandson has displayed 4 separate sexual behaviors since the split up of his parents 4 mos. ago. Together these have puzzled and worried me. What to do? Everyone keeps saying "Oh it's nothing" but what if it is SOMETHING? Any advise?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    What are the sexual behaviors he's displayed? Playing with his penis is normal at his age. It's part of his body and it feels good although it is not sexual at his age .


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