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SEX CRIME #2: Your little ones bunk in every night

When your little one was younger, you thought it’d be fine to have her in the same room, since it’s so much more convenient to have her next to you.

Three years on, you rarely get a good night’s rest, much less a roll in the sack, with the little monster wedged firmly between you and your husband. Any attempts to move her are promptly met with queen-sized fits.

Daniel advises parents to train their children to sleep on their own from a young age, to avoid the hassle of having to re-train them later. “Besides losing the spontaneity for sex, a bedroom scattered with children’s toys is hardly conducive to lovemaking,” he adds.

However, if you’ve already allowed your little ones to invade your bed, Dr Lee suggests having an additional mattress or two in your bedroom for them and then gradually moving the mattress away from your matrimonial bed every night until they are settled in their own rooms.

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readers' comments
Kids should nvr be allowed to sleep in your room! Expecially when they're not babies anymore. Haha. They'll nvr learn! They have their own rooms! They also need to learn the importance of knocking, just in case. Haha.
Posted by smokeytambam on Thu, 14 Jan 2010 at 12:07 PM
Imagine how long it'll take to train your kids to be away from the two of you.. by then the mood would've fizzled... Kids can be so ignorant. Hahah
Posted by shybunny on Thu, 14 Jan 2010 at 11:43 AM

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