Tell her about her body.
To be grounded and confident in her Whole Self, every girl needs to know her Whole Self, and that starts with her body.
Everything begins with the body.
When a girl lives in her body, understands her body, honors her body, she is able to stand up for herself, love herself, tune into her emotions, listen to her intuition, and connect with Spirit.
She's never too young to hear you naming all her body parts, including vulva, labia and anus. They are all sacred.
She's never too young for you to affirm that self-pleasure is good - and that it's private (bedroom or bathroom).
She's never too young to know that she is a sovereign being and that her body belongs to her. She gets to choose who gets close to her. That includes tickling from Uncle George and hugs from Aunt Ethel.
She's never to young to observe you practicing self-care, including honoring and taking care of your menstrual cycle, if you bleed.
Demonstrate honor and respect for your body and hers.
Over time, tell her the story of a woman's sexuality and fertility and the changes of puberty.
From these, all good things arise.
Digital art by Kelly Tan. Photo by Quim Fàbregas