Re: At what age is it not appropriate?
When someone becomes uncomfortable. Doc recommended to my father who was nervous about showering with me that once they notice gender difference it should probably stop. At that point I think it becomes uncomfortable for a lot of parents. I don't care so much right now, but dh became uncomfortable with dd seeing him last year. And has become uncomfortable with dd being naked this year- mainly because she likes to do naked gymnastics. So we don't really go with an age just whenever people get uncomfortable.
SAHM to LR 7/26/07
and IHM 10/6/10
, wife to a self proclaimed genius, ex-navy guy. Going places and doing things that I always dreamed of, but never imagined I would.