Tuesday, March 18, 2008

a concerned query

The other night, after my man & I indulged in a particularly [ahem] expressive bit of intimacy, the Boy knocked upon our bedroom door. We said he could come in; he poked his head around the door and said, "Is Mom alright?"

Snicker. "Yes, I'm alright," I answered.

"Oh. I thought she might be passing out again."

More snickering from the grown-ups. "Nope, I'm okay. But thanks for checking on me, bub."

"Okay. So what were you doing anyway?" he asked, sidling up to the bed.

"Making out," I told him. I hadn't quite completed the word out when he actually recoiled and left the room calling, "Ewww. Good night!"
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18 comments:

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

I think that might fall under the category of child abuse.

I will warn you that as your children get older and are going out on their own you might want to think about their curfew in terms of what time it has them walking into your bedroom to say goodnight! Not something I properly considered.

Suzanne said...

I remember knocking on my mom's door many times, asking why she was crying... and, well, she wasn't crying. Still makes me a little ill to think of it...

The plan for my kids is to safely get them out of the house at 18 without knowing what sex is.

(wish me luck with all that.)

CamiKaos said...

Mr. Kaos and I just had our first experience with being walked in on....

We need to get locks for the 80 year old doors... luckily no child was traumatized in the making of our good time... we think she may have actually been sleep walking...

Cheri said...

Yikes! Having had kids of all ages underfoot (two who are now adults), I can say that we do have to be creative about the whens and wheres.

Tootsie Farklepants said...

Oh my looooord.

dkuroiwa said...

It's hard to giggle and type at the same time!!
I remember when I realized that my mom and dad weren't "just playing"...ewwwwww!!!

And...therapy for all my friends!!!

Reluctant Blogger said...

it's always disgusting to think of your parents at it. Urghh! I remember asking my mother why she still needed to do it with my father when they didn't want any more children.

The Doggy Did It said...

This conversation is giving me bad flashbacks to some properly repressed memories!

Lisa Milton said...

Poor Mason. All concerned and now scarred.

Still, funny stuff.

helping make noises said...

ahhhhh good times.

-Stu

Janet said...

HA!!! hahahahaha *gasp* can't breathe, laughing too hard, hahahahha!!!

John-Michael said...

If he only knew how he added to the zest of the 'moment!' Many of the 'particulars' of that "[ahem] expressive bit of intimacy" may be lost in the memory's archives. But Boy's contribution to the overall fun will forever be recalled (to his decided dismay!)

~ Denise said...

My greatest fear!!

chikku said...

hahahahhaha.... that was real fun reading that...its just been a year since our marriage and no kids yet...guess when we actually plan to have kids, we must be prepared for these suffs too....lol

chikku :)

SWC said...

Hahaaaa...stopped in for WW and just had to comment on this because it made laugh out loud. That is just priceless!

angel said...

mwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaa

Moxy Jane said...

EEEEWWWWWW!! Grown-ups doing it! YUCK!

But good for you, actually. My husband would love for there to be such an opportunity to in which the children to walk (whew!). I figure we'll just wait until the kids are out of the house.

Besides, I have memories of my mom and step-dad "exercising" and really, no kid needs that.

katydidnot said...

you are officially waaaaayyyy cooler than i.

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