How are babies made? Most adults would know the answer to that question. But what if we ask kids, would they know? What would their answer be? Instead of teaching kids about sex education, why not ask them where do babies come from? That is exactly what they did in ABC’s late-night show, “Jimmy Kimmel Live”.

Jimmy Kimmel, the host and executive producer of the award-winning show, thought that it would be less embarrassing for kids if they learn it from their fellow children. The show sent out an interviewer to the streets to ask them the question, “Where do babies come from?” and it was just too cute to watch.

The children had different answers and reactions to the question they were asked. One girl answered with, “ladies’ tummies?” and one little girl just won’t stop singing the ABC song at the microphone. Some were too innocent while some of the bigger kids seem to have a clue. One boy when asked just answered with, “Gross!” and couldn’t put his words together, he then hilariously said, “I’m not in the 5th grade yet, I shouldn’t know this stuff!”. One girl answered it, “The downstairs goes in the girls downstairs.”

These children are too cute and funny, check out the video below to see all their funny answers and reactions.

The innocence of these kids is too precious to see. Maybe this will be a new trend that kids will be the ones teaching their own peers of sex education? Do you think it’s a good idea?

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