Every family needs this app!
Recommended for parents with children ages 5 to 12.

Mom, Dad, Where do babies come from?
Answer this and other important questions with this first interactive sexual education app for children that want to know how things really work? Beautiful illustrations, fun characters, and playful animation make this an engaging learning tool.

6-year-old Clementine has an outsized curiosity about the world around her. As she wrestles with the idea of having a new little brother, she shares her concerns about no longer being an only child, and wonders where is this baby coming from.

Clementine’s journey leads her through different milestones in the creation of life, from identifying love around her, through understanding the differences between men and women, to pregnancy and birth.

Wherever she goes, her talking camera, Zoom-Zoom, accompanies Clementine as a teacher and friend. By using Zoom-Zoom’s “super features” - Zoom, Speed, Flash, and Wonder Vision™ - children can experience special environments, interact with elements, and learn about them in a fun and engaging way.

At the end of her journey, Clementine accepts the wonderful new addition to her family and shows newfound responsibility as she helps take care of the newborn... with the reader’s help, of course.

• What are the differences between a man and a woman?
• What is sex?
• How did the baby get into its mom?
• What does the baby look like and what is it doing?
• Where will the baby come out from?
• After the baby is born, will mom and dad still love me just as much?

• Original art by award-winning illustrator John Skewes
• Engaging story and characters children can relate to
• Playful animation and sounds
• Fun activities and interactions
• Kid-friendly interface allows guided or independent exploration
• Kids enjoy collecting 5 unique badges for their achievements
• Play both on your iPad and iPhone

Young children are like little engineers. They want to know, “Exactly how does it work?”
The app has just the right mixture of storytelling and scientific facts to provide fun answers to “How did the baby get in there?” and “How will it get out?” It provides factual information for adults and for children. It opens the door to truth-telling and answering questions that will encourage lifelong discussions in families.

Educated children feel more confident, are more willing to talk and ask questions in a more mature manner. They are also much better protected from sexual abuse and exploitation. Some parents believe that innocence protects childhood. In fact, factual, honest education protects it while abuse destroys it. Children who know the facts are much more likely to speak to their parents and disclose problems if they happen.

The app also dedicates a special chapter to various types of families as Clementine introduces some of her friends who joined their parents through adoption, donor insemination or surrogacy. This helps children better understand and accept diverse families and relationships in our society.

“I like the humour, the honesty and the portrayal of sexual activity as normal. As someone who has taught sexual health to audiences ranging from preschoolers to grandparents for close to 40 years, I am sure that you and your child will enjoy Where Do Babies Come From? as a starter learning tool.”

Meg Hickling, C.M.,O.B.C., Ll.D.


For your child’s privacy, this app does not collect any personal information.

The app is supported by:
The British Columbia Arts Council and BC Creative

What’s New

Version 1.1.2

Optimization and minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

specialappssk ,

Helpful for preparing kids for a new baby in the family.

Not sure what the negative review was about, since this is a very tame way of introducing the subject using cartoon drawings, and very basic information about the birds and the bees. This app teaches about the basics of "where babies come from", and a little bit about the birth and what life with a baby will be like, in a child-friendly way, using a little girl's journey as she learns about her little brother on the way. I like the end where there are options to learn about surrogacy, donor insemination, and adoption.

Ashesmommy ,

Honest and thoughtfully done app

This app gives a very frank, basic, and accurate description of the anatomy and basic mechanics of sex and reproduction. Informative and clearly keeps the boundary of sex as an adult activity. Emphasis on privacy vs secrecy, which I like because I think my child should know what the parts of her body are correctly called and I also feel she is capable of understanding (and deserving of knowing) how she and other humans come into existence in a non-exploitative way.

Bluebirds412 ,

21st century replacement

This lovely app is the perfect 21st century replacement to the old children's book I read as a child, Where Do Babies Come From. Though this app has areas not accessible without purchase I could still complete it (thank you for that). The app is very well done (story, activities, art, etc.) and I'll be happy to share it with my children once they are just a little bit older.


BIRDHOUSE Kids Media Ltd.
594.5 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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