We wake the girls up each morning at 7:15 and snuggle in the Master Bedroom and watch various kids programming on The Learning Channel (and, sometimes, PBS or Disney). One particular morning, we moved into the office/playroom and continued the morning lineup. At some point, A Baby Story came on (one of Mommy's favorite shows). Mommy was distracted checking email and bloglines but soon noticed that Gwen was instructing Maddy to "Push Push PUSH!". When I looked up, I saw Maddy flat on her back with her feet in the air and Doctor Gwen shouting instructions. Like any good Blogger Mom, I grabbed the camera and asked them what they were doing. Maddy said she was "... baby come out" and Gwenny summed up the whole experience by looking straight at me and declaring: "It hurts!"
Sorry if this is Too Much Information (TMI). It's just another day in our family's life. The childbirth experience, I believe, isn't something to shield or protect our little girls from (they're three years old). It's just a natural part of life and something they (as females) will someday experience -- but hopefully after college and after finding the perfect man (like their Daddy).
I'm pretty careful about what they watch on TV because I know their little brains are always processing stuff. This is just one more example of how important it is to pay attention.