This weekend the two of us relaxed in front of the television to watch Let's Dance for Comic Relief. It was a nice family show that I expected to be able to watch with IJ (aged 5) without worrying about the content.
It was funny and entertaining and the standard of the dancing was from the celebrities that took part was impressive, and of course it was raising lots of money for charity.
But then an innocent comment from one of the judges shattered our blissful family viewing.
He wasn't drawing attention to Robert Webb's unusual attire - a man in a leotard is always an unexpected sight!
And that didn't seem to bother IJ either - she accepted it as if it was all quite normal, and a man dressed in a dress sporting a moustache to recreate a scene from Dirty Dancing didn't seem to faze her either.
Instead it was the judge's comment about Martin Offial's outfit that caught her attention. He was wearing a red sparkly number, and the judge commented: I've never seen you looking so camp.
"Mummy, what does camp mean?" IJ piped up.
"I think it means he is wearing pretty clothes." I replied completely unprepared.
"Yes, it does look camp." She agreed.