DS turned 2 about a month ago, and suddenly he is talking a lot about "penit" and "agina" (haha - I love the way he pronounces them). He seems kind of young for this, but he is pretty advanced in terms of language, and we started using the real terms with him awhile ago. I think we made the mistake of laughing when he first started saying the words because it was so cute, and now it seems like he says them just to get a rise out of us.
He was walking around the house the other day chanting "Penit, penit, penit" and sometimes he'll add the word into a song and giggle. He also likes to "peek" at us when DH and I are changing or using the bathroom. I've been explaining to him that penises and vaginas are private, but I also know that it's a natural curiosity for kids, and I don't want it to be this secretive thing.
Tonight though, I was changing and he told me to "Pull your underwear off." When I asked him why he said, "I want peek at your agina." This bothered me a bit. I don't want him thinking it's okay to say things like this to people. Does this sound like age-appropriate body curiosity?