Matriarch Miss Kay reveals that when she started dating husband Phil Robertson "we faced the same temptations most young people deal with when they are in love. I did not know how to handle those feelings." Unable to turn to her mother for guidance -- since she says she suffered from alcohol issues -- Miss Kay had to figure things out on her own. "I wish someone had been open with me and talked about sex when I was dating Phil," she says.
With no one to advise her, "We did have sex before we got married and I did get pregnant," she admits.
Now, she has no problem discussing her sex life with her family. "Some people in our own family are still shocked by the way we talk about it," she says. "… we're married, and married people have sex!";Phil Robertson "we faced the same temptations most young people deal with when they are in love. I did not know how to handle those feelings." Unable to turn to her mother for guidance -- since she says she suffered from alcohol issues -- Miss Kay had to figure things out on her own. "I wish someone had been open with me and talked about sex when I was dating Phil," she says.
Lisa Robertson says future pastor Alan was a bad boy when they first dated -- and she moved just as fast to keep up with him. On there first date, she says, "He did not turn out to be the gentleman I was hoping for, at least not that night. People might think I would drop a guy who acted that way like a hot rock, but I did not. I kept seeing him and soon began smoking and drinking with him."
Lisa admits she “was willing to do anything to please him,” even though they were in high school: “When I say anything, I mean anything.”
"I knew the way we were living was not the way love was supposed to go," she says, "but the fact that we were intimate convinced me we could be 'in love' forever…" He later moved to New Orleans and began cheating on her, she writes. They broke up for the time being.
Miss Kay also had to face cheating accusations once from Phil, who brought up the claims in a drunken rage. "It was ridiculous," she says. "When was I going to find the time to have an affair -- between working full time and changing diapers? I had always told him I would not cheat and I would not have. I never believed in being unfaithful."
Later, in the 1990s, Lisa repaid him by having an affair of her own -- after they were married. "It lasted fourteen months," she reveals. "…[Alan] asked me to leave our home and to tell our two daughters why I was leaving." She admitted her sin to their church congregation too, and was rebaptized.
Today, Jep Robertson's wife Jessica writes, Miss Kay and Phil are more in love than ever. She writes, "they still hug and kiss each other, even in front of the family and other people! Miss Kay still crawls into Phil's lap while he sits in his big recliner, and when he walks close to her, he tickles her or gives her a pinch on the rear end."
Missy Robertson says husband Jase's beard has put a damper on their love life. "I love Jase. I don't like the beard," she writes. "I miss the days of scratch-free kisses. Besides, he's just too cute under there!"
Jep's wife Jessica agrees. "I do make him trim the mustache every once in a while for better kisses!" she reveals.
Phil and Miss Kay set the tone for love in their house with a sign on the door of their bedroom that reads "honeymoon suite." When Willie Robertson's wife Korie first saw it, she writes, "I was surprised at how blatant they were!"