Feeling frisky when the kids are in the house…
2 babies have to be in napping. Get other kids busy on movie or video game for 2 players…allow volume to be higher. Our bedroom is upstairs so I can get her to go ahead of me, I follow later after pretending I’m a specific site on my computer, then side step into our bedroom. Then listen for possible approaching steps to our locked door. Cameras tells all.
We have a teen and preteen. They have to be in their rooms by 9 (younger one has lights out by then). We lock the door every night so it is a normal thing regardless of if we’re getting busy. When we’re concerned about noise we turn on music as background/cover noise.
We are waiting for things to warm up so we can have the RV in the driveway as a choice too!
It was most challenging for when the impromptu frisky urges came! Back in those days with kids at home, we used all kinds of distractions to keep them occupied. If the weather permitted we sent them outside. Often we waited until they went to bed.
We just go to the room and lock the door. Our door is usually closed due to location to living room and if getting ready or a nap, I’m a step dad to teen girls so it’s not unusual. Wife also has a fan she likes on to sleep with and she has another by the door she’ll turn on by the door if there’s the probability we’ll make love.
Mornings are nice because the kids enjoy sleeping in and with their rooms on the other side of the house, not too big a deal. Afternoons/evenings? Silence reactions are better than our typical howling when no one is home! 😀