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Friday, May 6, 2011

I Learn The Hard Way

I grew up in a house with an 'open door' policy.

My parents bedroom door always stayed open regardless of whether it was day or night. My mom wouldn't (and sometimes still doesn't) close the door when she changes clothes. I clearly remember her saying 'there's nothing I have that you're not going to see at some point' when my younger brother and I would yell at her about changing her bra in front of us.

At 9 years old, seeing your mom in her undies isn't at all ideal. I actually think it was around this same age that I got my first lesson in knocking before I enter someone's bedroom even if the door is left slightly open.

As you may already know, I'm a creature of habit. I do things a certain way and stick to it, this obviously started at a young age because one night when I was up late, probably watching re-runs of Revenge of the Nerds on TV or something, I realized my parents' door was {almost} closed.

Strange.

I thought for sure they'd just closed on accident so I headed down the hall to open it back up for them, since you know, I'm just totally helpful like that. Well, that was one time when I wish I would've just minded my own damn business because as soon as I pushed the door open I saw IT.

My parents in the middle of their 'love dance'.

I remember being a bit startled at first and then feeling like my eyes were going to pop out of my head but I think I was a bit more embarrassed than anything. I think I might have even let out a quick "Ooops, sorry!" as I sprinted away towards my bedroom.

That night neither of my parents came to talk to me and I was grateful for that. The following morning we all went about like I had never interrupted them but the giant pink elephant was certainly in the room with us. It wasn't until a few days later that my mom talked to me about it. She explained some {kid friendly} things to me and informed me that it was something adults did when they loved each other.

I guess the one good thing to come out of that whole experience, besides those images keeping me abstinent til I was 20, was that I learned to definitely NEVER EVER go into someones room before knocking and that no matter how embarrassing something is, it's OK to talk about it.

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6 comments:

  1. I bet that's an image you will never forget!
    My mum also changed her clothes in front of us, which actually once resulted in me bringing home a playmate so he could see my mum could take of her one breast (she had the one breast removed because they thought she had cancer, luckily she didn't), but her openess resulted in me bragging about her being able to take of her breast!

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  2. I'm slightly mortified for you right now!

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  3. I have walked in on my parents doing the "love dance" as well. I know the mortifying feeling!!!
    Now I'm re-living it!
    Gah!

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  4. Those images never, ever, ever, ever leave you. Ugh. It's totally something you can get over if it's anybody but your parents. I have a memory of my own, and it ain't right. ;)

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