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I think it’s helpful to think of sex ed as an ongoing and developing conversation rather than one event of ‘The Talk’.

This encourages openness and questions as and when they come up, and takes the pressure off parents to get all the essential info into ‘The Talk’. The first fairly lengthy conversation I had with our eldest daughter about sex was around two years ago, when she was 5.

“That’s a machine to give out sanitary pads and tampons, love.” “What’s a sanitary pad and tampons? ” “Then you don’t bleed until you have the baby, and you don’t need a sanitary towel! ” Some context- we were still standing in the bathroom, because Esmae was still looking intently at the buttons and products in the machine.