Let’s Be Real, Co-Sleeping Doesn’t Have To Interfere With Intimacy

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Lock your doors.

My mother had a saying when I was younger as I’m sure many black moms did in the 80’s and 90’s: “You only get to lock your door in my house when you’re paying bills.” If you have toddlers and preschoolers that are allergic to sleep like my daughter, make sure they are occupied and safe before you go handle business behind your closed, locked door. Baby monitors aren’t just to keep your baby safe, they’re also for surveillance. A lock also avoids any premature talks about why mommy had daddy in a naked headlock.

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