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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    This. I'm having difficulty believing this is even a thread. Just tell your wife to zip it.
    If my hubby told me that not only would he have very sore boy bits he would get to use them again for a very very very long time.
    A not so loud you wake the kids ok. Zip it and you would pay dearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Remember it's not just about your enjoyment. Her enjoyment is important too.
    I agree, which also means the argument goes the same for him, if she's doing something that he's not enjoying shouldn't she try and reconsider how she goes about it and tone it down a bit?

    I would be mortified if my kids heard me and equally if my husband told me he was finding it a major turn off. I used to be super loud and quickly learned to tone it down as I worried about neighbors in apartment living after I heard one lady really going for it. Still thoroughly enjoy myself in a much quieter way.

    I know you said you've spoken to her but does she know that it's turning you off? She doesn't worry about the kids hearing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    I agree, which also means the argument goes the same for him, if she's doing something that he's not enjoying shouldn't she try and reconsider how she goes about it and tone it down a bit?

    I would be mortified if my kids heard me and equally if my husband told me he was finding it a major turn off. I used to be super loud and quickly learned to tone it down as I worried about neighbors in apartment living after I heard one lady really going for it. Still thoroughly enjoy myself in a much quieter way.

    I know you said you've spoken to her but does she know that it's turning you off? She doesn't worry about the kids hearing?
    Yes it goes both ways. I that is what I was trying to say just worded badly.

    I am so tired my brain is fried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    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.
    You could've woken them and not known? My parents woke me but I never told them I heard them.... Still makes me squirm! But hey, will probably happen to me one day too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yadot View Post
    You could've woken them and not known? My parents woke me but I never told them I heard them.... Still makes me squirm! But hey, will probably happen to me one day too!!
    Same hear! Not actually woken me, I think they were 'morning' people but I heard them several times while watching Saturday morning cartoons and never said anything. And then there was this one time when I was 14 or 15, I overheard my mom say something to my dad and to this day it still grosses me out! Ugh, the image! 😳

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    Quote Originally Posted by yadot View Post
    You could've woken them and not known? My parents woke me but I never told them I heard them.... Still makes me squirm! But hey, will probably happen to me one day too!!
    I heard my parents many times! No way would I ever let on to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yadot View Post
    You could've woken them and not known? My parents woke me but I never told them I heard them.... Still makes me squirm! But hey, will probably happen to me one day too!!
    Same. I heard my parents millions of times, I never said a word!

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    I am so, so, so grateful for always having the bedroom the furthest from the master bedroom in the house.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoteToSelf View Post
    Same. I heard my parents millions of times, I never said a word!
    My parents never had sex.

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    Default Wives/Girlfriends who are noisy in bed

    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    You've been together 17 years, so obviously it can't have worried you that much before now. .
    Good point.

    Op: I've been wondering what has changed for you so much in the last few months that your first post in well over a year, on a parenting site, is about your wife being noisy in bed? Are there other issues impacting you at the moment?

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