Best Conversations in Bed?

@bevvy22 (279)
United States
April 19, 2008 10:43pm CST
Do you and your spouse or significant other find yourselves having your best conversations in bed right before it is time to go to sleep? My husband and I do not see much of each other. He has a crappy "swing shift" of 12 hours (7a to 7p and then 7p to 7a). He works very hard and is usually exhausted when he gets home. We have found the most relaxing time to talk about our day, our family members, or just catch up on local or national news, is after we turn out the lights. We have found that we will talk and laugh for hours. Our teenage kids get mad at us cause we get too loud sometimes. And yes, we really are talking.(sometimes):) So, is this your best time also? What types of topics are discussed?
3 responses
@jer31558 (3683)
• United States
20 Apr 08
That is an excellent time for talking, we also squeeze in time when I am off during the days when the kids are at school.
@bevvy22 (279)
• United States
20 Apr 08
Yeah, jer31558, it is hard to really talk when the kids are home from school. They take all of your time and attention it seems. But that isn't a bad thing.
@bbsr13 (4198)
• India
20 Apr 08
Hello,bevvy! You have to make enough time for talk and enjoyment in bed.this time is most important for getting surrendered and united for a good relationship.if you fail to give enough time for talks before sleep than there is possibility of break up in relationship.so do the needfuls.all the best.
@bevvy22 (279)
• United States
20 Apr 08
Thanks for the response, very true indeed.
• United States
20 Apr 08
My partner and I usually don't unless both of us are awake. I like those kind of conversations too but they don't happen often. They fall asleep rather quickly so I may end up finding myself talking to myself. So it usually does not happen.
@bevvy22 (279)
• United States
20 Apr 08
There are times I find myself talking alone as well. I know he is asleep when the only reply I get is a loud snore.