caught in the act

@kaevielf (246)
China
March 21, 2007 10:38pm CST
My friend and her husband were making love in their bedroom when their toddler wandered in from her room. They didn't notice her for a few moments, so she must have seen what they were doing. My friend asked, could this be damaging to her daughter?
6 responses
• United States
22 Mar 07
If it is still a toddler, there is no damage done unless of course it was too graphic for such young eyes. If it was just hugging and under the blankets, the child will just shrug it off and their attention span is not that long. But then after this incident, your friend should take the necessary precaution. Make sure the toddler is sleeping or the room is lock and they got monitor on for them to hear her.
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@kaevielf (246)
• China
26 Apr 07
That's a very sound suggestion,ladymoonstone143. Well, I think common sense would tell that to my friend after the incident,haha. Thanks for the reply.
@lyndee22 (1211)
• Philippines
22 Mar 07
no, but kids now are very intelligent. they will keep on asking you questions not until you satisfied them with your answers.
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@kaevielf (246)
• China
26 Apr 07
I agree. My kid is like that. She peppers me with her unending "whys". Well, my friend is kind of relieved about it because her kid hasn't inquired about it yet. Thanks.
• United States
22 Mar 07
a toddler is define from age 1-3. And my 2 year old has seen me have ****** with his dad several times. Its not damaging, they arent going to understand whats going on. But it might be an idea for your friend to lock her door before having some pushpush just so the lil one dosent accidentally wander in. Make sure the lil one is down solid for the night. set up a monitor so they can hear her type thing. But its not damaging. She wont remember it. And wont understand whats going on. It looks like mommy and daddy are hugging for the most part.
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@kaevielf (246)
• China
26 Apr 07
Hmm,lock the door......always. You're right,silvermoonmyst. Thanks for the reply. see you around here at mylot.
• United States
22 Mar 07
Children don't really begin to remember anything until after they are 3 years of age. Anything before then they'll never remember. If she seems afraid, they should just talk to her and let her know that's how two loving adults show their love for each other and no one was hurting the other. I'm pretty sure she'll never remember it, and she'll probably never even have the words to describe it until she is way older.
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@kaevielf (246)
• China
26 Apr 07
Yes,you're right. My friend is glad her kid didn't ask her anything about it. :D Thanks.
@myklaire (437)
• Philippines
22 Mar 07
The kid is still innocent, she'll probably have no idea what the parents were doing. But kids tend to be inquisitive, just be honest to what you'll answer her, make it wholesome and she'll understand. She would probably not talk about it anymore.
@kaevielf (246)
• China
26 Apr 07
Yes,you're right,myklaire. I guess it's just a matter of how you explain things to toddlers. Thanks for the reply.
• United States
22 Mar 07
It depends on how old the girl is.. I'd guess no. She didnt know what they were doing.. She probably wont remember it if she's younger than 5 anyway.
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@kaevielf (246)
• China
26 Apr 07
That's what I thought too. Thanks.