Ever try to explain how babies that are still growing in their mama's bellies get their food to a young toddler, anxious to be a big sister? It's not too bad. Nothing like the "where do babies come from?" question that I've been lucky enough to not have to answer. Just yet.
I simply explained to my dear Juniper that after mama eats, her food goes straight to her belly, where baby peanut lives and can share her food.
Juniper: "I have a butterfly in my belly!"
Juniper: (looking down at her belly through the neck hole of her shirt) "What do you want to eat butterfly? Chocolate?"
Juniper: "Mama, my butterfly says he wants chocolate!"