http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/24/health...html?hpt=hp_c4It's a moment that not all parents have experienced, but that many of us fear: You're enjoying a passionate encounter with your partner, oblivious to the pitter-patter of little feet until it's too late.
Have you just scarred your kid for life? Certainly not -- but, depending on your child's age, you might have some explaining to do.
"Being walked in on during sex is a very common experience -- and a great example of why it is important to knock first, and always respect someone's privacy," says sexologist Logan Levkoff. "But before you say anything to your child, you are going to need to determine what they heard, saw, and if they even care about what was going on."
I believe that how you should address these questions or concerns depends on your child's age.