One of the best things about marriage is the comfort level you get to with a person who knows you both inside and out. After 10 years of marriage,
I can officially say that I have done most things in front of my
husband, including shower, pee, have babies, laugh until soda came out
of my nose, and sleep. But there are still a few things I will never do
in front of him.
It's not that we aren't intimate. We are. Deeply. But I am someone
who believes strongly in the power of distance. It makes the heart grow
fonder, after all. Some things are just meant to stay private. Forever.
Like popping, for instance. There is a discussion right now on
CafeMom about this, and some are in favor of pooping in front of their
love, while others aren't. For me, this is a massive no-no. Here are five things I would simply never do in front of my spouse:
1.) Poop: Sorry, ladies. I know some of you disagree with me and think the family who poops together
stays together, but no. Not me. Not ever. After 12 years with the same
man, I can officially say I still don't even TALK about poop with him. I
don't want to hear about his and I don't want him to ask him about
mine. Better to keep it all private and pretend it doesn't happen. Some
mystery isn't a bad thing.
2.) Pop a zit: This is just a gross thing and
something no one needs to see. I don't want to see him do it and I sure
as hell don't want him to see me do it. If the bathroom door is locked,
you can wait outside, honey!
3.) Pick your nose: I dry heave at the thought. We
all know it has to happen sometimes. But just keep that stuff to
yourself. No one's fingers belong in anyone's noses. The end.
4.) Remove hair: This means everything. I don't shave, wax, tweeze, or anything else in front of my man. It's just how I roll.
5.) Cut your toenails: I don't know why, but this
really skeeves me out. I don't want to see him doing it and I will get
my pedicures at the salon FAR from his prying eyes.
i"ve done them all in front of my man except for picking my nose but i honestly dont see what the big deal is, if this is someone i love unconditionally and he loves me unconditionally than you shouldnt have to hide normal things you do daily, if i couldnt be comfortable in my home and have to hide and sneak to do certain things than i would just live alone ( imo)