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Totally took advantage, heeheehee!

Anyone who knew me through my first n second preg might well know that my hubby has something of a phobia when it comes to DTD with me when I'm preg. It drives me CRAZY as specially when I was having the boys coz I was more than a little randy then *blush*

Well.... before I got my 3rd BFP I had booked a dirty weekend away for hubby and myself as his main 40th birthday present, and arranged for the kids to be else where. Then I got the BFP and thought "bang goes the dirty from our weekend" which was non-refundable too. Arse...

This weekend just gone was that weekend. And I was very naughty.... Friday night we had our big night out with friends and hubby got a bit drunk. The morning after the night before, before he totally sobers up, he is always randy and rarely thinking straight. I find it a very gooood time to introduce "new" things to my shy husband. I pounced on him and he stood no chance >;D

I think it may have been the 3rd time before he recalled the bump was there, and by then.... well lets say he was over it!

The weekend in Blackpool was ace. We hardly left the room, didn't do any of the attractions beyond sticking our noses round the door, and came back grinning from ear to ear.

Happy 40th babe xxxx

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