Most of my children have grown up without the opposite gender's body being a mystery. Generally, I'm guessing, families who have both genders eventually have to address issues of modesty and privacy and appropriate behaviors in the home. When you have a family like ours, it's much more complicated.
Some of our children are unable to protect their privacy. If they have to go to the bathroom they just go, even if it means running to the bathroom without clothing, or perhaps pulling down their pants on the way to the bathroom. These are things we are working on, but it also means that Ella and Jacob occasionally get an eyeful. More than once I've heard, "Mom, (so and so's) naked!" We're working on it, but it takes time - lots of time - and in some cases these skills may never be fully conquered.
Tonight Daddy and big brother Jonathan were preparing Shannie for her shower. Ella walked by her room, turned around and asked them to close the door. Although, I think she was more interested in protecting her eyes than Shannie's dignity, I complimented her on thinking of Shannie. This is not to say Dad and Jon weren't thinking of her, but in our house sometimes time is of the essence and in the need to speedily accomplish the task we forget to, oh, I don't know, close the door.
So, a warning to all who may enter our abode. It is possible you may get an eyeful you didn't want. I promise you that it will not involve either parent in this house, but other than that, all bets are off. I do promise - there's never a dull moment. If you're good with that, then come on over.