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

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Recognize that intimacy doesn’t always mean sexual intercourse.

Intimacy doesn’t always have to mean passionate moments inspired by “Mr. Steal Yo Girl” himself. If I catch my husband with a fresh haircut I make sure to tell him he’s looking like a snack and I’ve got an appetite. A flirtatious text, a slap on the ass, a sexy gesture when your kids’ eyes are glued to their Ipad all go a long way. Intimacy and foreplay start way before the bedroom. Don’t forget the flirting that eventually led to how your kids got here in the first place.

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