As a father, I wouldn't take my daughter to the mens' room above the age of 6. Women are used to seeing boys in the ladies' room, it happens all the time. Personally , I would take my child in the bathroom with me if I felt they were not safe, or not comfortable, in a bathroom by themselves. Parenting Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for parents, grandparents, nannies and others with a parenting role. Once my son was tall enough to reach the faucet 4 years old he went in the men's room alone. Over six must use appropriate bathroom or family bathroom. Some locations where it's very common to have an adult with children, such as the local pool, have explicit signs: "Children under six are permitted in opposite-gendered bathroom with parent.
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