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I'd go crazy with a chime, since dss get up at least a couple of times a night to pee. But I guess in this case it's the lesser of two evils. It sounds like a good solution for you!
I think this is normal behavior. It was about the same age that my friend's son announced he saw mommy and daddy wrestling naked at the Thanksgiving tabled.
at te table! how embarrassing! lol. that will be a funny story to tell him when he is older.
He didn't "spy" he got up for another reason and saw them. They didn't know it until the announcement.
Part of his announcement was curious. He new what sex. New he saw something but really ignorant.
It is time to talk about boundries.
we have, we call them fences.
I also don't think in this type of a situation it is a big deal. It is something two people love each other do. (To the poster that talk about her mom and her boy friend that wasn't right. )
i've never seen one of those doorknob chimes in a store, WHERE did you get one?
ace hardware. $13. requires a 9v battery. has an ear piercing alarm as well.
LOL, I not too long ago had THE SEX TALK with my ds, who is 6.5 yrs old.
he KNEW the basic, man plus woman equals baby, baby comes out of the womans vagina, ect ect ect..... boy if I could have gotten the look on his face in a pic when he learned THAT!
BUt he'd recently started asking more in depth questions, so I gave him a brief overview of whats involved and then a few words of wisdom about it being a loving act between adults who are responsible blah blah blah.....
AND THEN... he asks, DID YOU HAVE TO DO THAT TO HAVE ME!!!!!!!
The look on his face was priceless!!!!............
my DSDs were a little surprised when i tild them last week. their momtold me she told them so i didnt think it was too big a deal. they knew about the baby coming out the vagina but DSD1 seriously thought you had to go to the hospital and have a doc cut you open to put the baby in there. i told her the truth before she told me what she thought. she was like, "really, i thought my mom wasnt telling me the truth". her mom is constantly lying to her about this kind of stuff. drives me bonkers.
sorry, didn't mean to hijack the thread.......
no worries. your little guy sounds adorable... and precocious. lol
SO, I second the chime (if I can ever find one:-) and i hope things work out for your kiddo, she seems pretty normal to me.
i am going to use it for other things too. like aleting me if someone is trying to get in the house while i am in the shower etc.
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