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    Default Wives/Girlfriends who are noisy in bed

    Hi Guys.

    Just a quick one.

    My wife is quite loud and vocal when we are having sex. My two boys are 5 and 2 and it really really makes me uncomfortable to think my kids will hear us (which is undoubtably the case). It can get so bad I start getting a bit ****ed off and I start to loose my boner.

    We always wait until they are asleep but I'm afraid she will wake them.

    I have talked to her about it but she says she doesn't enjoy it unless she is loud.

    It's getting to the point where I am reluctant to have sex anymore and I'm starting to just knock one out instead, on average we are doing it twice a week but as my 5 year gets older I can't see me wanting to do it at home anymore unless she can quiet down.

    Anyone experiencing this?

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    Default Wives/Girlfriends who are noisy in bed

    I wouldn't say I'm loud but I've noticed by dh is pretty quiet. so kinda opposite problem lol. I've been with plenty of men before I was with him
    and most make some noise/grunt/talk dirty. dh is pretty quiet in comparison but I've learned to adjust and try not to let it get me out of the mood.

    did you used to find her volume a turn on when it was just you two? like is it the constant worry she'll wake the kids that is putting you off or is there more to it?

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    Long time no hear Pharm. How are things apart from your wife being too loud while you are having a shag? Any other parenting issues you want to chat about or need a hand with?

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    Never really found it a turn on I guess, it just never used to bother me until now.

    I don't want my kids hearing us. In terms of things I don't want to hear in my life, my parents having sex is definitely in the top three. I just assume many people are in the same boat.

    Ive been with my wife for 17 years and we still have a good sex life but I just fear it's going to affect it if she can't keep the volume down.

    We do have plans that when they are both at school I am going to come home from work for lunch and we can go wild. But that's quite a while away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I wouldn't say I'm loud but I've noticed by dh is pretty quiet. so kinda opposite problem lol. I've been with plenty of men before I was with him
    and most make some noise/grunt/talk dirty. dh is pretty quiet in comparison but I've learned to adjust and try not to let it get me out of the mood.

    did you used to find her volume a turn on when it was just you two? like is it the constant worry she'll wake the kids that is putting you off or is there more to it?
    Not at all, it's going very well.

    Very pleased with the two minions, my 5yo has delayed speech (talks but not up to speed) but is very smart and is very kind and very sociable, he can't wait to go to school.

    2yo is a real rat bag but he is almost a little clone of me.

    No very happy with the family, I was just wondering if anyone has any secrets to covert action under the covers.

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    Remember it's not just about your enjoyment. Her enjoyment is important too.
    In our 20 plus years we never woken a child. Children tend to sleep deep. It they were to wake it just a matter of resettling them. No biggie.
    If your really worried invest in a lock for your door and a bit of sound proofing.

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    was going to say, can you soundproof your room at all? or the kids room?

    i agree nobody wants to hear their parents going for it. that said, I don't think I ever heard my parents going for it as a kid. and one of my bedroom walls adjoined their bedroom wall.

    can she keep the volume down a little bit? like not sure how loud she is but can she turn it down slightly and then you need to meet her in the middle maybe and just try to not let it worry you??

    tough one, I know.

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    Some white noise (like a fan running) in the kid's room can help mask any sudden loud noises.
    Thankfully not my parents, but I heard many a former roommate going at it in my younger days.

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    Sound proofing can be as simple as thick curtain and thick art work to help absorb the noise.

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    Do it in the shed?

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