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How, when, where?? Need suggestions

(10 Posts)
6demandingchildren Thu 30-Jun-16 13:54:19

Quick low down.Me and hubby had an amazing sex life, he had testicular cancer and refused to get the snip (he did look into it but I could see his fears) I got speyed and also had cervical ablation (no more periods) we thought this would be great but alas not.
It's the bloody kids, the 2 eldest have left home and the 2 youngest still go to bed early, it's the middle 2 ages 22 and 19, we just have no privacy to have anything more than a quickie if we get the chance at all, last year we went to a party and decided to stay in a hotel just me and hubby and it was amazing, the 22 year old is saving up to move out and the 19 year old has no plans on moving out. And I suppose once them 2 have gone the younger 2 will be older.
I could 😢

MatildaTheCat Thu 30-Jun-16 14:17:08

Don't the older DC go out in the evenings? Or daytime come to that.

Fix a lock on your bedroom door and get on with it. Ok, shagging on the kitchen worktop might be a bit risky and screaming the house down not ideal but since you have 6 kids surely you have some practice in this area?

6demandingchildren Thu 30-Jun-16 14:24:03

The older ones go to the gym, the older one sometimes works weekends, the younger ones bedroom is above ours and he never goes out. The lock on the door isn't a problem it's them potentially hearing us.

ImperialBlether Thu 30-Jun-16 14:26:45

So it's the 19 year old who you're worried about overhearing you? And he never goes out?

FranksBobot Thu 30-Jun-16 14:28:36

He'll soon go out if he hears you! wink

MatildaTheCat Thu 30-Jun-16 14:35:41

So send him on a few good long errands. smile

DeathStare Thu 30-Jun-16 14:37:42

You say the two oldest have left home - how did you manage when they were teenagers and at home?

6demandingchildren Thu 30-Jun-16 14:54:42

Death the 2 eldest were always out, eldest left just before his 17 th birthday and daughter left at 18 to go to uni.
They have heard us and we got the "disgusting "comments
This morning for instance need and hubby had an appointment so hubby took the morning off work, got youngest to school the older ones went to work and it was smiles all round for me and hubby, just as we are getting down to it we hear someone using the toilet. WTF
First time in weeks and 19 year old comes home. Grrr

itsbetterthanabox Thu 30-Jun-16 15:08:08

Why don't you just not make loads of noise

6demandingchildren Thu 30-Jun-16 15:10:49

Noooooo as we might wake the little ones up. Hubby has already fixed the bed from squeaking

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