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    I keep all toilet related activity behind a closed toilet door. I think you need to keep some mystery lol

    DH on the other hand, absolutely nothing is sacred

    Eta: except farting... It's been game on since early in our relationship :d

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    I have been with DH just over 8 years and we have never done number 2's infront of eachother. He will fart and wee no problem, I can wee, but he has to leave before I wipe...I fart only when I think it's going to be hilarious,like if we are in bed and there is a lull in the conversation. Took years to be able to do that infront of him though.
    I have never and will never change a pad/tampon infront of him.

    I have no problem shaving my legs,arms, underarms but won't do my bits infront of him.


    The only thing he would ever have a problem with is me doing number 2's infront of him, oh and changing pads/tampons...everything else he'd be fine with.
    I think to maintain a certain level of, lets say sexiness, in my marriage, I think there has to be a few little boundaries like that.There is no way DH would want to go anywhere near that area with his mouth ever again if he had seen me changing a tampon!

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    Df I try to maintain some mystery. I avoid him seeing or even really knowing about periods. Im very private about toilet stuff and he isnt as all.

    I did try to avoid him seeing me push katelyn out - wanting to keep that area in his mind sexy & not about pushing out tiny humans, but then he was right next to me when the placenta came out and then walked in on me with my feet in stirrups having my lady parts put back together. Lol. Ahhhhhh well.

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    Any toilet related activity is kept secret here! Farting and burping are rarely done in each others company, its just good manners not to.

    There is no way in hell he would be allowed to see or want to see any period related activity!!!

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    I have been with my DH for 9 years and absolutely nothing is sacred in our relationship. We do everything infront of each other. At our place the toilet door is only ever closed if neither of us is in there. Obviously we would close the door if we had guests but otherwise we leave it open. I love that some ppl won't let their partner see them waxing or shaving their pubic hair, my hubby is so kind he will do it for me. He prefers doing it to make sure there are no little strays left behind lol

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    Nothing sacred between DH and I either! Except no. 2's! After what he saw during childbirth everything is fair game haha!!

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    Well my DH and I been together over 12 years and well there is no chance I would let ...let alone encourage him to join me in the bathroom for any bodily functions or grooming/maitnance.... he is open but i dont even want to hear about his habits....even giving birth i had a rule no looking below my waist...he is actually happy with this arrangement..he like the mystery although he does also like to tease me sometimes..threatening to come in....
    hell i get no privacy with 3 young kids in my house...why would i encourage any one else in..it defiantly no party ...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Dont you get bored? Sometimes I ask him to come talk to me so I don't get lonely
    Bored on the toilet? I like the solitude.

    My 3yo is very private about pooing as well. He will shut the door and yell at us to get out and close the door if we come in before he's finished. But completely open about weeing.

    I assumed all kids like to poo in privacy... maybe my son is just weird. I can't bring myself to start a spin off thread about kids pooing though.

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    Nothings sacred because dd and dh have no boundries its like a party when I'm in the bathroom One day I had to ask them to leave while heaving my guts up with morning sickness. They both said oh but why were just chatting

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Bored on the toilet? I like the solitude.

    My 3yo is very private about pooing as well. He will shut the door and yell at us to get out and close the door if we come in before he's finished. But completely open about weeing.

    I assumed all kids like to poo in privacy... maybe my son is just weird. I can't bring myself to start a spin off thread about kids pooing though.
    Jaspers not private about pooing, he leaves the door open. But we give him space. When he was constipated I read books to him on the loo and held his hand. But normally not. Lol.

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