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December 05, 2011


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I love your life. Sigh.


Win win you got a double annnd extra sleep. That's how a mom really multi tasks.


You need to get a lock on the door for just such an occasion. ;-)

Which reminds me. We need to get a lock on our door for such occasions as well. My boys don't even bother knocking. They barge right in, come right up to the bed, and refuse to leave until we address their concerns. Usually we're just "in warm-ups" (safely hidden under the blanket) and not "mid-act", but one of these days they're going to see too much and start asking questions. Not that I mind having the birds-and-the-bees discussion... But they're 8 and 4 and I don't want it to start out "Now when you saw Daddy on top of Mommy like that..."


I am so freaking jealous of you.


Kelly is right...a win win situation-I love it!!



Lynn MacDonald (All Fooked Up)

hahaha...that is so frakking funny


i love this, so cute!


Awesome!!!! you go with your bouncy selves

frank anderson

At least he didn't think mom and dad were fighting :) we are empty nesters so only have to worry about the dogs getting corrupted. we call morning conjugal "cold coffee"...must be getting old!

Mrs. Pancakes

win-win situations are always awesome...you are too fun lady!


I walked in on my parents mid coitus when I was six. It was, to say the least, very traumatic. My parents (and when I say parents, I mean my mother) were never quiet. Never. By the time I was a teenager, I got to the point that if I was woken up in the middle of the night by them doing the horizontal mambo, I'd get out of bed and stomp around like a self entitled brat. It always got them to shut up, LOL. So, enjoy your Sunday mornings and try not to worry about the reactions that will come when they actually *know* what you are doing.


There will come a day when the kids will knock on your door, knowing what is going on. Because they are focused on their own needs. When that day comes, be kind. :D


Nice lol. That happened to us a little too often...we have formed the habit of locking the door before any hanky panky.

Joe G

"Well," my second son said, "It sounded like you were bouncing around in there."


John P



hahahahahah I love you

your blog is accusing me of not being human though so I have to stop commenting :(

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