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A little oops moment... (sex warning!)

This mentions sex. If you are a member of my family PLEASE STOP READING THIS POST and go see my other blog post about the lovely family holiday we just with the kids in Wales, ok?

OK, now that they've gone....

I blame the fact that we spent 3 nights sleeping apart. Our holiday home was a little snug on bedroom space so we gave Jack & Tom the double bed while we took the twin beds and shared with George, it was the only place we could set up the travel cot and Georgie can't share with his brothers just yet (no one would sleep!)

Waking up this morning, laid next to my hubby, in our own bed.... I've missed having him next to me at night. I rolled over to snuggle up to him and, according to Hubby, my boob slipped out of my top. This was all the encouragement he needed, and I needed none at all.

The "no sex around ovulation for two months" ban was broken.

Oops!

Damn those pesky pheromones!

I'm checking my temps daily and haven't had that tell tail temp rise that says I've ovulated, but all the signs are that it could happen in the next 24 hrs or so (hence our sudden lack of self control). I didn't expect to be in the two week wait quite so soon! Might go and pee on an ovulation strip in a bit... See what my chances are of getting caught!

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