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For Nicole Ramsey, alone time with her husband is rare these days, what with the constant craziness of raising kids.

While they love each other very much, their relationship is often relegated to the “best friend” category, because finding the time to get romantic is difficult.

Even when they do, the act can break down into fits of laughter.

A contributor on the popular Facebook page “Breastfeeding Mama Talk,” Ramsey told Independent Journal Review that she was tired of showing the “filtered” version of parenthood:

“Nowadays parenting is cropped, edited and filtered. The final product coming out untrue.

I wanted to share this real struggle of parenthood with no filter.”

So she decided to write about a “shower sex” incident with her husband that shows what married life with kids is really like.

Look at her very honest post:

“PARENTHOOD

Constantly being touched and climbed on by my toddler and non stop nursing from my baby…. When is there time for us? Lol! Trying to squeeze in OUR time has proved to be a challenge… Parent life… Real struggle…. True best friends

SEX

Omg! I am not sure when the last time we actually had sex when the kids were up?! We (I) fed the family, washed the kids, brushed their teeth, put jammies on them and tucked the kiddos in bed early. I ran to the bedroom turned off Blippi and turned on romantic music.

Found the lighter from my 2 year olds birthday party and got the dust covered candles lit. I attempted to be sexy ignoring my postpartum naked body society frowns upon. I know he loves every inch of me. We get into the warm shower that is quickly loosing heat because my kids took most of the hot water. Kissing passionately in our shower we seem to hear phantom cries of our children about every 30 seconds. Trying to catch our footing we hear a loud “SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEK!”

I start cursing the toy dolphin under my breath. As we are desperate to keep the mood going we realize the alphabet toys below us…. We are surrounded…. Finally we both crack up and the sexual mood disappears. We get back to best friend mode, laughing so hard we are barley [sic] able to catch our breath. We decided to snap a goofy picture to remember parenting is a crazy ride.

Some of you will think… ‘omg why would you post something so private.’ Well, I am a transparent person and I try to find the humor in being a parent. I believe if you can’t truly enjoy your kids and laugh you will never survive being a parent. So here is to the exhausted moms and dads out there trying to be parents every minute of the day attempting to get some together time. Lol! Laugh at life or you won’t make it.”

Other mothers were inspired to share their “TMI” moments as well, resulting in some pretty funny and genuine comments.

Crystal Collins wrote:

“We have all been there… when times get desperate and our son would co sleep we would have to put a pillow wall between us and him and have our time. There is NOTHING PRIVATE ABOUT BEING A PARENT.”

Samantha Linn admitted that their personal time in the bedroom quickly turns around when the kids are home:

“Tiny knocks on the door… ”Mom, I need you“ we have three children and what seems like we have a moment alone, it turns into a party of five in our bed…”

Another mom, Ramah Smithson went into detail about how find a toy in the bed ruins the mood:

“Or even in bed trying to get in the mood and you roll onto one of their toys or blankets, like ewww I don’t wanna touch their things right now!!”

Ramsey told US Weekly that for now, sex is quick and almost without romance:

“Romance and sexual marathons seem to be a thing of the past. If we get a chance, we are trying to get naked as fast as humanly possible. Maybe in the future our sex life will change. But until then, I am praying neither of us step on a Lego.”

Nobody ever said parenting was easy, but sometimes it’s refreshing to hear the nitty-gritty and hilarious details that keep mothers and fathers sane.

H/T: IJR