View Full Version : Ever Forget to Lock the Door?
Jessica at Parenting.com
07-31-2008, 03:31 PM
The editors at Parenting magazine want to know:
Have your kids ever walked in on you having sex?
How did you handle it? Did you scream and dive on the floor? Did you rationally explain it later? Or did you just DIE of EMBARRASSMENT and slip into deep denial?
Reply to this message and share your story -- it could end up in a future issue of the magazine! (Don't worry, your name won't be used. Whew!)
08-02-2008, 12:44 PM
We have never had this experience. My daughters bedroom door makes lots of noise, so we are on guard when we hear it.
08-04-2008, 03:40 PM
Before my husband and I were married he lived out of state so every now and then I would travel with my son to go see him. He shared his house with 2 other guys so my son had to sleep in the room with us. He had his own special Spiderman blow-up bed. My husband was always paranoid that Max would wake up while we were having sex but I always blew it off like it would never happen....Until one night we're doing the deed and we look to my right and there he is, just standing there in sort of a daze. We have no idea how long he was standing there, not long I imagine but, of course, my husband freaked out and jumped under the covers. Thankfully, Max was just sleep walking and had no idea what was going on. I got up and put Max back to bed and that was the end of it.
1st Time Mom - Again
08-04-2008, 11:55 PM
It's called a lock! I'm as careful about locking the bedroom door at night as I am about locking the back door before going to bed!
08-07-2008, 01:33 PM
This is something I will keep from happening at all costs. When you have kids, having sex becomes such a big deal, how could you forget to lock the door?
08-09-2008, 12:06 PM
We were walked in on by the oldest when we just got done in the shower. We were both in towels but he has been taught to knock before entering any closed room. In his defense though, yes we should have had it locked and he really has a hard time getting used to that kind of responsibilities since at his own home with his mother, she has an open door policy. Very strange situation there. Anyhow, when we have the youngest, I am a locking queen. The first weekend both boys spent with us at my house, the youngest promptly woke me at 7:30 in the morning on a Sunday by jumping on me in the bed. Yes, I make sure I lock the door often, not just when we are intimate. This step-mommy works two jobs and likes her sleep on Sundays.
08-19-2008, 10:34 PM
One of the quirks of living in a farmhouse from the 1870s is that the floors creak quite a bit. That may sound like it would be annoying, but it's oddly comforting.
It also has the added benefit of letting us know where everybody is. The timbers react differently to everybody's footsteps and so you can tell who's walking where just by the sound of the creak.
That's helped us avoid a couple of embarassing moments.
08-19-2008, 10:43 PM
lol! omg, we lock the doors aswell, but there was one time... where it just happened, we were in the heat of the moment..lol and one of our boys walked in and it was soooooo dark but I knew he walked in cause we heard our door open. i pushed my husband off of me so fast that he fell on the floor! Got dressed in a nano second and he walked our son back to his room. ugh, it was horribel and funny at the same time. have they invented a "clap on...door locker"? lol! jk! I learned my lesson.
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