Kyle and I have fallen victim to the über embarrassing mistake every parent makes of not hiding their intimate items in places the kids won’t find them, so as part of a sponsored post with #CollectiveBias on behalf of their client, I’ve put together a super sneaky tutorial on how to hide your K-Y® products.#KYTrySomethingNew
It is my hope that if you take the time to follow through on this tutorial, that your kids won’t find your K-Y® products like mine did. Literally both of my younger children have, at various times in their upbringing, discovered our K-Y® products.
We’ve tried hiding our lubricants in places they would never find them, like the very bottom of the baskets that live in Kyle’s bedside table, in my hope chest, and in the top drawer of Kyle’s dresser. Apparently our children have radars and they can just find it no matter where we put it.
The one place they aren’t allowed to go is my office, and the one thing they don’t care about touching, are my boring books. Books without pictures?! Who DOES that? Well, me, for one but not so much Kyle. I guess I am inadvertently hiding it from him as well, which is not such a bad idea since his birthday is coming up soon.
Having kids is one of the best and most horrendous things ever. They’re messy and loud and all up in your bizz, and connecting with your spouse just isn’t the same after you have kids. Then on the other side of that coin, they are miraculous and are the sum total of a loving moment between you and your significant other. They are a personification of love, knit together in these little balls of sticky, dirt-covered energy. Which is why it makes no sense to me that couples often lose touch – literally, touch – with one another once their children are born.
Kyle and I have the great pleasure of having our mornings together now that all three of our children are in full-time school. We drop the kids off and are home together, alone, by 8am. Most couples get their evenings together. They are both home to wrangle their children to eat, bathe, and go to sleep. I don’t have that luxury because of Kyle’s career, but I do have the luxury of having his undivided attention when we’re fresh-faced and energetic from a night of sleep. We have breakfast together, sip our coffees together, and then we often make special time for some special time. Naps don’t actually consist of any sleep ifyaknowwhaddimean, and we both really, thoroughly enjoy our naps.
Thanks to my recent nutrition changes and the regulation of my hormones, I no longer need the boring lubricants for dryness, so we use things like K-Y® LOVE Sensuality Pleasure Gel and K-Y® LOVE Passion Pleasure Gel to enhance the intimacy in our relationship. We find that it’s so important not to get into a boring routine where intimacy is concerned, so we take time to slow down and enjoy one another’s company with massage, touching, and talking. The thing is, we don’t want our kids to have any part of that, which is why I demolished one of my books and turned it into a sneaky hiding place for our Pleasure Gel.
To see how other couples are connecting with K-Y® products, make sure you visit K-Y® , go buy your own K-Y® LOVE Sensuality Pleasure Gel and K-Y® LOVE Passion Pleasure Gel at Walmart, in the family planning section, and then make your own K-Y® hiding spot by following the simple steps below!
Here’s how you can do the same to hide your K-Y®:
Find a hardback book that is thick enough to hide your Pleasure Gel so that the binding can still close. Check it by putting the bottle up to the open side of the book.
Open the book, leaving a few pages open to the left, then place your K-Y® where you want it in the book. Using a pencil. trace the outside of the bottle as closely to the outside as you can get it.
Using a sharp utility knife, cut a hiding spot out of the book just big enough for your K-Y® to rest inside. Test this opening with your K-Y® bottle and cut more to fit if necessary. This will take a while, just have patience and move slowly.
Place your enormously sensual bottle inside the opening in the book, close the book, and hide it discreetly in your office, on your bookshelf, or wherever else your kids won’t care about that old, boring book.
I know it’s not nice to keep secrets, but this is one of the best secrets you and your significant other could possibly share.