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    Just me. DH uses the spare key as he rides his bike to and from work.

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    I'm not sure where our keys are!
    But everyone has access to our house!
    At our last place, we each had keys, as well as my sister, my dad and the inlaws as well as the cleaner.

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    Just DH & I - I'm not really comfortable wth family having keys, i dont know why?! It's not like I dont trust them. Maybe the fear that we will be having s3x & hear the jangle of keys at the door as they let themselves in.... or the fear I will step naked out of the shower and they will be standing there. I think I would always be on edge.

    ETA - some of our family enjoy the unannounced 'pop in', which I loathe. To make it worst, they will always try the door to see if it's unlocked before they knock. I've been on the toilet with the door open before and there appears my Mum who was like 'oh.... the front door was open, so I came in....' & have also been in the kitchen half naked & she's walked through the backyard, peering through the windows. So maybe i am paranoid for a reason!
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    DH and I, our real estate agent, and there is a secret set hidden on the property just in case one of us gets locked out. We live remotely with no family nearby, so there is no-one who can hold a set of keys for us and pop around in an emergency to let us back in

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    Just DH & I - I'm not really comfortable wth family having keys, i dont know why?! It's not like I dont trust them. Maybe the fear that we will be having s3x & hear the jangle of keys at the door as they let themselves in.... or the fear I will step naked out of the shower and they will be standing there. I think I would always be on edge.

    ETA - some of our family enjoy the unannounced 'pop in', which I loathe. To make it worst, they will always try the door to see if it's unlocked before they knock. I've been on the toilet with the door open before and there appears my Mum who was like 'oh.... the front door was open, so I came in....' & have also been in the kitchen half naked & she's walked through the backyard, peering through the windows. So maybe i am paranoid for a reason!
    lol - I would be hesitant at that too

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    Just me and DH. My MIL never knocks on the door, she peers in the windows to see if we're home Can only imagine what she'd do if she had a set of keys!

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    Me, DH and my Mum. Mum doesn't live in the same town but has keys for when she visits so she can let herself in if I am out.

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    Me, dh, my sister who lives nearby, my parents and my inlaws also have one cut but I'm not sure they actually know where it is . None of them use it unless they know we aren't home, although I generally leave the door unlocked if we are home, I originally cut the parents one each as they live almost an hour away and I thought they might want to be closer but I didn't want them at the hospital when I had dd1.

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