Your Children Almost Walk In On You Both ~ Lee Jaeyoon
Your smile widened as Jaeyoon closed the door behind him, taking one final peer across the landing as he did so to make sure that your son was occupied. Once his mind was made up, he moved quickly across to the bed, laying himself down beside you.
“We’re alone,” Jaeyoon murmured, placing his hand against your stomach as you placed your phone down on the table beside you, “this is rare.”
“That smile on your face means only one thing,” you chuckled in reply.
Jaeyoon’s head nodded back at you, biting down slightly on his bottom lip. “It’s been a long time since we got some proper time together, it would be rude not to take up the chance?”
“You know what she’s like, she doesn’t like being alone for long,” you tried to remind him, but Jaeyoon wasn’t listening as he moved his arm around your waist, pulling you in.
A soft kiss was pressed to your cheek as soon as you were close enough to him, “we can’t keep thinking like that Y/N, it’s about time we had a moment to ourselves.”
“You think that just a moment is all it will take?” You asked as Jaeyoon continued to move his hand around so that he could push himself up and hover over you.
Confidently, he nodded once again in response to you, “trust me, I will be able to rock your world in no time at all, I’ve not lost it, even though I might be a dad now.”
“You’re not just a dad, you’re a fit dad,” you whispered as Jaeyoon hovered closer towards your lips, brushing against them gently, “do you know how many of the mums I’ve caught staring at you at the school gates?”
A light blush appeared on Jaeyoon’s face, he knew that he got attention, but the jealousy in your voice made him even more impressed that people were watching him.
“Why don’t you let me remind you that you’re the only person that I want,” he suggested, continuing to push you, “remind you of how much of a beautiful mum you are?”
“You don’t need to sleep with me to remind me of that,” you whispered.
Jaeyoon’s head shook, refusing to let you let the moment pass, “I’m sure we’ve got twenty minutes, minimum, it’s about time that we spent some time just the two of us.”
Your lips pursed together, knowing that Jaeyoon had a point. Your silence was all that he needed though to begin to kiss against your cheek, bringing one hand to your shirt.
“Trust me, you’ll be in the clouds in no time,” Jaeyoon promised.
His hand quickly pushed the material of your shirt up, breaking your kiss to move your shirt above your head. Jaeyoon quickly stripped himself of his shirt too, losing himself in no time at all, so much that Jaeyoon was oblivious to the sound of your bedroom door opening a few moments later, leaving you both startled.
“Why’s the door shut?” A quiet voice questioned, watching as Jaeyoon hurried to reach down and pull the duvet up and over the two of you.
Your hands pushed Jaeyoon off as you tried to cover your top half, feeling your cheeks darken, pushing as far into your pillow as you could to hide them.
“I thought you were busy playing,” Jaeyoon grinned, sitting up in the bed.
Your daughter moved across the room, creeping towards Jaeyoon and resting her hands against his legs, noticing his wide smile.
“Can you come and play with me? Both of you?”
“You want both of us?” Jaeyoon questioned, looking back to you, only to see you staring away from him.
His heart sunk as he noticed the expression of frustration that you wore, knowing that he should have listened to you, without pushing and embarrassing you.
Rather than say anything to you, Jaeyoon hurried your daughter back to her room, encouraging her to set things up for the two of you. It was enough to get her to go, leaving the two of you alone as you continued to ignore Jaeyoon.
He bent down as his eyes moved away, picking up both of your shirts, placing his on and yours just beside your shoulder on the bed, with a weak smile on his face.
“Is this funny to you?” You scolded, shaking your head as you looked to see what he was doing, “one day you’ll listen to me Jaeyoon.”
“I’m sorry, I just thought that it would be nice for us to spend some time together.”
After checking to make sure that your daughter had gone, you sat yourself up and placed your own shirt back on too. Jaeyoon nervously watched as you did so, unsure as to whether to step in and help you or just give you some space.
“We still need to talk about what’s happened,” he softly spoke.
“What’s there to talk about? We’re just mum and dad, that’s the bottom line.”
A sigh came from Jaeyoon as your daughter called out for him, with everything set up, she was unaware of the moment that she had just finished.
“We can’t let ourselves just be that,” Jaeyoon tried his best to remind you, “I’ll entertain her, you just come through whenever you’re ready.”
You could only manage a nod of your head in reply to Jaeyoon, with too many thoughts clouding your judgement, trying to figure out what you wanted.
After taking a moment to compose yourself, you stood up from the bed, making your way across to the mirror to sort your appearance out. Once your hair was fixed, and shirt in position as it was before Jaeyoon moved it, you exited the room.
The shouts of your daughter greeted you as you moved across to her bedroom, unable to hide the smile on your face. Jaeyoon was all over her, tickling her gently, stopping however when he saw you coming in.
He patted the space beside him as you entered, encouraging your daughter to head down to the kitchen to get herself a biscuit. You smiled softly at her as she passed you by, calling out for her to get one for the two of you too.
As you sat, Jaeyoon reached across, relaxing his hand against the top of your thigh, trying hie best to bridge the gap between you both.
“We can’t get five minutes to ourselves anymore Jaeyoon, I’m exhausted now.”
He nodded as you spoke, understanding exactly how you felt. “We can’t just be parents Y/N, the two of us are married, we’re supposed to enjoy our time alone too.”
“But we don’t have any time, when we’re not with Y/D/N, we’re sleeping,” you frowned.
The two of you knew that you had lost yourselves, the connection was still there, but most of your relationship seemed just platonic these days. You didn’t have the time to love each other, appreciate each other, or love yourselves too.
“We’ve got to manage our time better,” Jaeyoon suggested, “Y/D/N is going to start getting more independent soon, it would be good for us to do more. We don’t even have to have sex, just watching a movie, anything really.”
“I know,” you agreed, “we’ve got to try and do something without Y/D/N, we’re parents, but we’re married too, I’m sorry if I’ve made you think otherwise at all.”
“You haven’t, I know why you were careful earlier, and what happened proved that we can’t just do what we want whenever we want now that we’re parents.”
You moved your hand across to rest over Jaeyoon’s, “maybe we could start by doing something tonight, get Y/D/N into bed nice and early?”
“I like the sound of that, I’ll organise something for us, I might even go all out and order something for dinner too.”
“I’d like that too, a lot.”