It’s important to have an open and honest conversation with your child about what they saw. Use age-appropriate language to explain what was happening and that it is a private moment between adults. Emphasize that it’s not something they should repeat or talk about with others. If they have any questions or concerns, make sure to address them and let them know they can always come to you if they have any questions in the future. Also, it is important to reflect on your own actions and make sure you are taking the necessary steps to ensure privacy in the future.
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