We don't actually have a bathroom door at the moment! Hopefully it'll arrive next week...
But we warn each other when we're going so that we don't accidentally get walked in on.
DS walks in on either of us, but we like to keep a little mystery in our marriage 😆
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17-07-2016 19:22 #15
Open door. 15 years together, clingy/interested kids, pregnancy and bouts of gastro have stripped any dignity and privacy there once was.
But I won't "finish" no2s in front of dh- I like to look at what I've done (health check!) and check I'm clean when wiping so examine the toilet paper to make sure it's all good to stop wiping lol
17-07-2016 19:23 #16
our toilets are separate to the bathroom so generally closed door.
17-07-2016 19:29 #17
Our toilet is seperate to the bathroom but the kids and DP come in when I'm have a shower to ask me things, leave doors open, I just want to shower in f@cking peace!
17-07-2016 19:37 #18
Open door most the time. DF and I just use our ensuite, so leave the door open whenever we are in there, unless the other is sleeping etc.
DF however uses the other toilet for #2, and my nose is very glad he does.
Guess once Bub arrives and is up and running he will have free run of where ever he wants too.
17-07-2016 19:44 #19
I close but don't lock the door. Our toilet is separate to the bathroom.
Df just opens it. I tell him to go away so i can make my "p00 face" and i don't want him to see.
The kids come as they please. Mr 15mnths pulls at the loo paper and wipes his face/nose with a square and posts it into my undies 😂
17-07-2016 20:05 #20Senior Member
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Closed door for no. 2 (although we both have done no. 2 with the other in the shower in times of need. Can't see each other) and I close the door if emptying my cup and the kids are around. Happy to wee in front of family, and happy to empty my cup in front of DH. We had a closed/locked door on everything until I gave birth the first time. Then I just figured there was no point hiding a wee. It was nothing in comparison. The cup thing happened after DH asked me to show him how I take it out and put it back in.
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