Answering their kids' questions about sex is a responsibility that many parents dread. Otherwise confident moms and dads often feel tongue-tied and awkward when it comes to talking about puberty and where babies come from. But the subject shouldn't be avoided.
By Rebecca Eckler Feb 13, Photo: iStockphoto. A shiver still goes up my spine when I think of the night, 31 years ago, that I heard my parents doing it.
Have your kids ever walked in on you having sex? Yep, that's definitely a mood killer. What do you say? What do you do?
Lying to your kids about having sex is completely normal and acceptable for parents, provided you come up with a decent lie. This couple did not and it led to one of their kids interrupting them mid-coitus. Via reddit :.
Ah, sweet bedtime. The kiddos are tuckered out and tucked in. Yes, this cringe-inducing scenario is regrettable.
The worst noise you can hear during sex is probably the sound of a rifle being loaded by your jilted ex. But the dreaded bedroom door creak is a close second—especially if the person on the other side of the door is your young, curious child. By the time my friend Shawn and his wife could react to the terrifying sound, it was too late.
Your parents have sex. You may have accidentally walked in on them when you were growing up, but catching your parents as an adult? Well, that will make you wish you were too young to understand.
This might just be every person's worst nightmare: You're getting down and dirty with your partner behind your closed bedroom door, or in their childhood room over a holiday break, when your mother-in-law and father-in-law burst in without knocking while you are in a compromising position. Cue the everlasting embarrassment and the fear your in-laws will never look you in the eye again. What do you even do in this situation?