A Twitter user named Clarissa posted a video of her little cousin who was trying to vlog herself while making a milkshake. The video shows their daughter saying she was going to make a milkshake together with her sister. But when she tried to introduce her younger sister, she lifted her sister up to the camera by pressing on her cheeks and pulling her up by the face which surprised and shocked them. While her parents were upset by what she did to her sister, this video also made them laugh as they knew there was no malice behind the act. An open-minded person who seeks to inspire readers through writing.
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Join now to personalize. I my 11 year old daughter was masterbating in front of her 5 and 8 year old little brothers! Last night, I went downstairs to tell my daughter to get ready for school when I found her on the couch with her hand in her pants!!! I reacted calmly but inside I wanted to scream!!! While doing it!!! I calmly told my daughter to wash her hands and get ready for school and then I went and told my husband. Answer this question. Had a random stranger done that in front of your children, I doubt your husband would be so dismissive.
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Q We have a four-and-a-half year old daughter who is lively, intelligent and friendly and she gets on great with her little sister. Sometimes she can be a little nervous at times or want things done a particular way, though this is nothing unusual. The concern I have is around masturbation. She plays with herself down there constantly. I know a certain amount of this is normal for a little girl, but that hand is in there a lot. She does it, not always, but frequently, to help her go to sleep. It affects my ability to lie down beside her and read her a story. Her genitalia are often sore from the friction and we have to apply Sudocreme.
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