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Though it is love-making, and it is not a crime, it would look very confusing for a kid at a tender age, and that is robbing your child of the innocence that he/she would have otherwise enjoyed longer had you been more responsible.
But no one is perfect, and sometimes we as parents make mistakes, so I'd like to share a simple trick that could boost up your chances at never getting caught in such an awkward situation with your child (and never having to live with the guilt of being such a careless parent), and the trick is to: Lock your door.
Make it a habit, as long as your kids are within the vicinity, always lock your doors before proceeding.
It's not that hard, and that's so little of an effort in exchange for your child's protection. Always put them first.
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Certainly it helps to take some precautions such as locking the door or saving it for when the kids aren't around. That is good advice, IMO. Nonetheless, if a young child walks in on it, they probably will not understand it enough to be bothered. It would be awkward with an older child, but not scarring or so terribly awkward if the child has been talked to about the birds and the bees and the child is comfortable with his parents showing more normal PDA, again like kissing, hugging, cuddling, dancing.
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