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Have your kids ever walked in on you and your husband/other during the heat of passion?

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      Denise Richardson wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • LOL Cmen this one is too funny! When I was married to my first husband the father of my daughters, we were in the heat of the moment I mean just going on and on and we kept hearing something snickering, low and behold it was our oldest daughter she was about 3-4 at the time under our bed Oh boy you should have seen my husband & my faces we were so embarassed.  

      Then another time after my divorce from my 1st hubby again my oldest daughter walked in on me and my boyfriend at the time I was going in on the down stroke man was I ever pissed and I think then she was around the age of 11 lol.




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      Raysa Santana wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • I have always locked the door so that no one walks in.  However, I do have friends that have had either a parent or a child walk in on them.  I would be mortified.




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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • We make sure the bedroom door is locked.  TV as background for cover up.




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      Robinesque wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • OH!!!  I TRIPLE check the lock on the door!  Never, thank God.




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      Doreen XoXo wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • My daughter recently told me that she’s heard us many times.  oops!  Our bedroom is on the first floor!




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      Michelle Walker wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • Never a walk in but I’m certain they have heard us.  I try to turn on the TV or radio as a sound buffer.  Since my children are all teens now it’s more embarrasing when we emerge from our place ecstacy. They look at us with bowed heads and no eye contact.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • LOL Cmen thank goodness no she just crawled from under the bed and ran downstaires we lost the mood after that lol.




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      Almostfive0 wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • Once my son caught us when he was little about 4. He asked why we were fighting...embarrassing. Told him we were just playing around.

      Then, one night when me and my husband were going at it my daughter was about 3 or 4.  She came knocking on our bedroom door and opened it all upset and ready to cry of course we stopped in midstroke. I got up to take her back to bed and asked her what was wrong. She said she couldn’t sleep because Daddy was crying.
      She asked me why he was crying and making this noise like, huuuuh, huuuuh.
      I tried my best not to laugh and told her that daddy was having a bad dream and I was rocking him back to sleep...lol!
      After that we told our children that anytime they see our door closed that meant that we were spending quiet time together.
      We explained to them that we needed to spend time together with each other just like we needed time to spend with them. We didn't have another incident again until much later when my son was in high school UGH!!!
      He came home all excited about making the football team or something. He ran in, burst through our bedroom door just in time to see his mother riding dad like she was in the rodeo.
      I have never been more embarrassed and mad in my life!
      Neither one of us could look at each other, neither could my husband. but he got over it sooner and it’s a little different when your son sees his mother.
      He finally got up the nerve to apologize. I fussed him out good and THAT  was the last time it ever happened!

      We have since laughed about it now that they are grown.




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      Rebecca Deos wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • It’s happened to me.  I thik its more traumatic to us than it is the kids  LOL




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      Almostfive0 wrote Jan 15, 2009
    • I mean that was the last time they caught us not the last time we had sex...*HA!*




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