5 Lifesaving excuses to use if your kids catch you having sex
There are going to be times when you can't help but have sex while the kids are home. And then you have to strategize and make sure they're in bed and most importantly that you don't draw attention to yourself. You almost have to act like a secret spy to get the deed done without getting caught.
Of course then there are those times when it doesn't work out in your favor--and eek! You get caught! No need to worry because there are a few things you can say or do to get you out of that awkward scenario…
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Unless you're one of those new age people who is open about anything sexual, the concept of getting caught by your kid is quite mortifying. How do you explain the compromising position you were in without being asked many questions?
Well we've come up with a few funny and life-saving ways in CASE this unwanted scenario arises. Check out our our foolproof list below!
Ignore it: Have you ever noticed how if you don't draw attention to yourself you can get away with some things? The same applies to sex. If you act casual and as if there's nothing to see, you may not have to explain anything. Of course this may work better on your 5-year-old than your 10-year-old. So act accordingly…
"We were hugging!": This can save you if your kid just barges in and barely sees anything. I mean after all, Hugs are an important form of affection, and kids learn these things from their parents, right? Hugs not drugs, kids!
"This is how mommies and daddies show they love each other": The last thing you want to do is make your child think that sex is a bad thing. If your 6-year-old caught you and starts asking questions, be honest but don't share more than you should. By telling them that this is a form of showing love between mommies and daddies should be more than enough to explain.
"Mommy lost an earring!": If the position you're caught in can let you get away with it, use this excuse. Presuming your kids didn't see much, you may be in the clear. And hopefully daddy eventually does find "mommy's earring." *Cough*
Fess up: Say your kids are old enough to understand what was going on ... Well then, it might benefit you both to take some time to recoup from the embarrassment and apologize later for what they caught you doing. And if you haven't had "the talk" with them yet now may be the time to do so. Again don't over-share, but still be honest with them and next time remember to lock your door!
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