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17-07-2016 20:16 #21Senior Member
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17-07-2016 21:06 #23
DD is toilet training so can come in but that's it.
I would die if DF saw me on the toilet.
17-07-2016 21:09 #24Senior Member
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When DH and I first got together I would close the door even for doing a wee. He thought that was weird as he comes from an open door family. Oh my lord. Now I will wee in front of him but no. 2 always always closed door and if I hear his footsteps up the hallway I tell him to go away and give me privacy which he does because he's a good man! I often have DD crawling in while I'm on the toilet though, can't stop her
17-07-2016 21:16 #25
Everything was closed and or locked before baby but now that baby is here who cares about the door that is unless your going to create a tsunami effect while in disposed
17-07-2016 21:32 #26
Open for wee's but closed for any other toileting business.
We have 2 bathrooms so theres no reason not to use the other one if both needed at same time
17-07-2016 22:07 #27
My DH & I first got together I would make excuses to go home so I didn't have to do #2's at his place (need more clothes, need to check something, forgot something ect) it was a 45 min drive home!!
Now we are open for #1's... Closed if it's AF time & closed for #2's (I don't like him even hearing it!) however, none of these rules apply for our toddlers!! They know no boundaries!!!!
17-07-2016 22:08 #28
Closed door policy in this house. We have 3 toilets for the 2 of us, so no excuse really. There have been the odd occasion where we've been away when we've had to pee in front of the other, but never number 2s. We give each other space and privacy for that! Funnily though, because when I lived at home it was open door and I'd often have chats with my sister while one was peeing/the other brushing teeth, doing hair etc. Still do now. DH and I like to keep a little mystery in our marriage haha.
17-07-2016 22:25 #29Senior Member
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Another bathroom thread
No. We are a strict closed door bathroom family.
The only exception is helping the kids, but apart from that, absolutely not.
17-07-2016 23:09 #30
Ours is separate with the door in the bathroom. Peeing it's usually open. Popping DH keeps its shut always. I shut it generally if he is home, or just close the main bathroom door, but if it's just the kids and I, I don't bother.
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