By Joseph Curtis For Mailonline. Ms Hodge, of Sidcup, Kent, said she was trying to set a good example over body image to her children, including younger daughters Issy, 11, and Amelia, four. Deborah Hodge, pictured left and right, said she walks around naked at home to teach her children about 'positive body image'. The mother-of-four, pictured with daughters from left Ella, 15, Issy, 11 and Amelia, four, said she is concerned about the impact bullies and social media have on youngsters when it comes to body shaming. The mother said she wants her own children to grow up feeling comfortable with their bodies, thus her decision to shed her clothes at home. This includes when she cleans and vacuums, does the washing and makes cups of tea. Ms Hodge, pictured left and right, says she cleans naked and sometimes even comes to the door in the nude. But her children warn their friends about her and tell their mother 'they don't want to see your floppy boobs'. The former teacher made the decision after breaking up with her much younger lover Daniel, who is 15 years her junior, in She piled on weight after the split but said she had no qualms about using her benefits to 'feel good' and said it was 'just as important as paying bills'.
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Kelly Wallace, CNN. Kelly Wallace is CNN's digital correspondent and editor-at-large covering family, career and life. She is a mom of two girls. CNN Let me say at the start that there is no way around the topic of nakedness in front of your children without getting personal and slightly uncomfortable.
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At some point, you needed to get out of the shower in front of your young child — or get dressed or use the toilet — and you either decided to bare it all or cover up. When kids are very young, the consensus seems to be yes, since babies and toddlers are generally oblivious to nudity. She adds that parents need to be on the lookout for any changes to that comfort level. There are a number of reasons you might want to be naked in front of your kids — and an equal number of reasons you might choose a modicum of modesty.
Well, it finally happened. Yesterday my year-old son walked in on me getting changed and, for the first time, made a quick pivot and walked right back out again. Granted, it was not my best angle: I was bent over. With my back to him. I get that.