Indeed! You know me; I’m partial to answering questions in warm, reverent, direct, and factual terms while immediately expanding the conversation to include humans and nature as a context for the personal. “No, Daddy doesn’t have a girlfriend. Girlfriends and boyfriends are for before making a family but not after. Daddy had girlfriends before making a family with Mommy.”
Particular questionings about parent’s relationships are answered in general terms except when the question is about the Papa or the Mama. It’s always best to inspire children with reverence for the grand and mysterious overview rather than immersing them in details of any particular couple’s sexual relationship, their own parents or friends and neighbors. That response is for an elementary child. For a younger child it would be shorter. “No. Daddy made a family now.”

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