I never even considered that I would have to have this discussion. No, she never chatted with anyone about porn. I braced myself for the awful bullying text or threats or even naked photos I worried were awaiting my eyes, but instead, I found myself looking down at a webpage with some formal-sounding legalese scrolling across it. Even after banishing her fear of the FBI swarming our home, her nerves were not immediately calmed. My older son is turning 13 in a couple of weeks, and thanks to everything my husband and I experienced with our daughter, we now have a new ally in the house helping to teach my son about healthy relationships. Is that a siren I hear? After that night, she seemed to realize she truly could tell me anything and I would listen to her. My girl reads a lot of articles about anxiety to try to learn more about her own, and when things were really bad two years ago and she felt like hurting herself, she told me. No, she never contacted anyone, and no one ever contacted her asking her to send nude pictures of herself. As we talked, my brain and heart began to settle. From the beginning of time, kids have been sneaking glimpses at graphic pictures and telling explicit stories. How much would a lawyer even cost for something like this? This incident truly felt like our first real test of whether I really meant the words I had been repeatedly telling her all of these years. I am certain his teenage years will bring their own form of torture and drama for everyone in our home, but if he wakes us up in the middle of the night, freaking out because the FBI is tracking his porn viewing habits. No, she never watched any videos of children, and no, she is not attracted to children. I try to show my kids and tell them every day that I love them. Would she be tried as an adult?