Quoting Blythe.:" I think it is a good thing. Like when we see someone with a fake leg or a deformed hand. DD will ask ... [snip!] ... is and that it doesn't make them any different. They are teaching them that it is okay to be different and that is a good thing"
Quoting Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom:" I think if my niece had been positively and gently introduced to people's differences, she wouldn't go around asking people why they are brown and whatnot."
Quoting the grace life:" Kids notice, even if they aren't saying anything. My daughter notices, so we just talk about it. I don't ... [snip!] ... has a friend with very dark skin, and she's expressed multiple times that she wishes her skin was that dark, too. *shrugs* "
Quoting Yurvette [♥]:" lol. My son has been told many times and yet he still does that kind of stuff. He is 5 and a half now. lol. "
Quoting Mayhem ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Chim Richalds:</b>" If she asks, I wouldn't ever have an issue ... [snip!] ... sure it doesn't go unnoticed by her. This just teaches her that those differences aren't bad and that everyone is different."
Quoting Chim Richalds:" I guess I expect that she notices, but she doesn't seem to think anything of it, if that makes sense."