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Thursday, August 11, 2011

What ever happened to the good old days when kids were grossed out at the thought of their parents having SEX?

 Is it just me or has something changed?  It seems to me that I remember kids used to be completely grossed out and disgusted when they saw some indication that their parents, at times, actually engaged in sexual activity.  I'm fairly certain that most kids used to favor the belief that their parents only had sex the one time they were conceived, or maybe that they were conceived immaculately, with no need for sex at all.  Aren't kids supposed to run out of the room screaming "My eyes!  My eyes!" when they catch their dad copping a feel of their mom's ass?

My kids not only don't seem to mind the cop feeling grope sessions that happen in my kitchen, they actually encourage them!  How's this for a reaction?

"Yeah Daddy!  Get some!"

or this..."Put the moves on her Dad!"

or the ever popular, "Oh yeah!  Squirsh it!  Squirsh it good!"

My kids have apparently been so indoctrinated into the routine dry humping sessions that occur when I am bent over loading the dishwasher, that it's just business as usual in our house.  They laugh at us when I swat Kurt away and say things like, "Uh huh, Mommy and Daddy gonna get busy!" to which their dad responds, "Yeah! Isn't Mommy yummy?"

Sarah Palin is like the ultimate soccer mom...do her kids encourage Todd to grab her ass once in a while?  Are mommies the sex goddesses of the New Millennium?  Are jeans and food-stained t-shirts the new black?  When did this happen and why are my kids so okay with all this talk of parental sex???   What the HELL is going on here anyway?


Natalie said...

Maybe it's a new level of acceptance, but girl, you GO! Good for you and your hubby! You're teaching your children that married couples are happy and in love and adoring toward one another. They're super lucky to have you guys setting such a loving example, and I can promise you that in 20 years, they'll tell their friends "My parents love each other so much - they showed me what love is supposed to look like."

Diana Burfield (BettyShmetty) said...

Aw Natalie, that was such a great thing to say...you brought tears to my eyes. Thank you!