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    I fart ON DP. It keeps him well behaved knowing I could strike at any moment. Yes, we are childish.

    I am quite prudish with other things though. He will never see me on the toilet for example. Which is weird because my dog often follows me into the bathroom which doesn't bother me.

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    Nothing is sacred.

    I'm disabled and sometimes rely on him quite heavily. He's cleaned up every bodily fluid and solid of mine after an incident, but he never mentions them except when we're with the specialists at the hospital, when we need to tell them exactly what has gone on.

    When I have a seizure, I can expel anything, or more commonly, nothing. If he's the only one with me, he has to help me or I could die. His choice basically was to either live with it or live without me, and he chose to embrace it with open arms.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GothChick View Post
    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!
    This. And also flossing. I reckon that's a huge turn off watching someone floss so I never do it in front of him. DH and I have been together for 20 years.

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    DF is pretty open about everything... burps, farts, peeing & #2s. I always close the door. After 3 & 1/2 years I can only just pee in front of him, can't have company for #2s and he'd never want to see period stuff anyway. I don't fart or burp unless I have to, & try to be as quiet as possible.

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    We give each other privacy on the toilet. I also wont change a pad or tampon in front of him. Gotta have some privacy.

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    We don't poop in front of each other and I don't change tampons/pads in front of him. He cant stand vomit so he wont set foot down that end of the house if i am vomiting, he gags when he has to hold the bucket if the kids have gastro..I think its helarious! Everything else is fine.

    In saying that though I have had 2 homebirths, my midwife emptied the pool the first time so dealt with most of the mess but the second time he had to do it and well...I pooped told him to scoop but he didn't find it until he was emptying the pool the next morning silly man tried to scoop it and it burst into a cloud of poo slop I'm not sure why he didn't just leave it and just remove the pool liner and bin the lot

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    No toilet activities, no pubic grooming, no flossing. And try not to fart. I don't even particularly like him seeing me do my make up. We've been together 12 years and I'm not prudish- I'm quite happy to do all that stuff in front of friends. It's just nice to keep the mystery. LOL makes me think of that good naked/bad naked seinfeld episode. I think there's good intimate and bad intimate.

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    Everything is sacred- I have pee'd in front of him, but I was desperate...we don't intentionally burp, fart, vomit, pee or poo in front of each other, and try to keep grooming to ourselves...we have been together 8 years, lived together for 7 and are expecting our first baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    We don't poop in front of each other and I don't change tampons/pads in front of him. He cant stand vomit so he wont set foot down that end of the house if i am vomiting, he gags when he has to hold the bucket if the kids have gastro..I think its helarious! Everything else is fine.

    In saying that though I have had 2 homebirths, my midwife emptied the pool the first time so dealt with most of the mess but the second time he had to do it and well...I pooped told him to scoop but he didn't find it until he was emptying the pool the next morning silly man tried to scoop it and it burst into a cloud of poo slop I'm not sure why he didn't just leave it and just remove the pool liner and bin the lot
    Oh god. I have been too afraid to ask whether there might be poo in my birth pool, but you have answered it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Oh god. I have been too afraid to ask whether there might be poo in my birth pool, but you have answered it.
    "Where there is maternal poop, there is a little head not far behind"

    My midwife was obviously more skilled at poop scooping than DF it wasn't an issue the first time, the water stays pretty clear until you give birth which makes scooping easier lol I think it was a bit dark for DF (was night and we just had candles lit) and I had the pool in the corner of the room. With DS2 I had the pool in the middle or the room and it was daylight. Either way I doubt very much you'll have to clean it up


 

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