In an exclusive interview this weekend, Jill and Jessa Duggar-famous as kids in the TLC family show "19 Kids and Counting"-said they didn't know their older brother Josh fondled them in their sleep until he confessed to the Duggar parents.
Immediately after the incidents, the Duggar sisters said their parents restricted hide-and-seek games and added locks to bedroom doors and took Josh for counselling.
Jessa Duggar said that her brother was "a young boy in puberty" who was "a little too curious about girls."
Far from reality TV, real parents find kids from around age 5 and up "playing doctor" and have to determine whether children are sexually curious or seeking gratification. How do they determine that? How should parents react when they learn children have been touching private parts?
Betsy Brown Braun, child development and behavior specialist; best-selling author of "Just Tell Me What to Say: Sensible Tips and Scripts for Perplexed Parents" (HarperCollins);