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2012-12-09 08:41:39 AM  
Or you can have a nearly sexless marriage and both sides can be okay with it. And before y'all start saying your husband is lying, he's not...

We're lazy and absolutely terrified of having another child. He's exhausted from his schedule, I'm exhausted from mine and neither one of us really misses it. We're still affectionate, lots of backrubs and low-energy things, but not much sex. We're going to be living apart for 2 years (yay Navy), and my son will be nearly 4 when we're together again and I'll hopefully be working instead of stay at home (also known as bored out of my mind), so maybe things will get a little better at that point. And maybe, since I'll be back near family again, I can finally get grandma to help for a week so I can get an IUD put in without having to listen to my toddler scream and tear the house apart because I can't take him out for 3+ hours a day.
2012-12-09 11:14:56 AM  

WhippingBoy: What is this "sex" you speak of?
I asked my wife, and she didn't know.

Sounds like you've been married as long as we have.
2012-12-09 11:48:12 PM  

specialkae: Hmmm, middle aged, check. Work too much. check. Tired all the freakin' time. check, check. Not enough money for certain things, check again.
Kid at home, yup who once walked in on us during. *shudder* Now we have a lock on the door, times are designated and a knock only policy for the kid. He's 13 so we're at that stage, le sigh not really sheltering but not wanting to horrify either, lol. But we still can bang the shutters off the house a few times a week without interruption :)

Same boat here, 5 for 5 (*shudder* indeed), PLUS working opposite shifts, and living in an old house with absolutely zero soundproofing. Kids have always been circumspect about the bedroom noise etc., even when a few of our neighbors have been rude enough to complain. (What's their problem?) But lately, with teen years rolling in and very apparent puberty, it's beginning to feel like a very long in-laws visit (hubby is all "tryin' to squeak the bed less" and "shh!"). JFC!!! I want our privacy back!
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