You have to have it.
Or at least you thought you did before you had kids…Well, you still do. It’s just that with the pitter-patter of tiny feet also come sleepless nights, exhaustion, and mental fatigue. Gone are the days of endless energy and free time, but it doesn’t have to mean the death of sex.
Couples with small children are tasked with creating time for what came so easily before they became parents. And, although it’s tough, regular nookie is still possible when you make it a priority; and, trust me, it should be. Aside from finances, lack of sex is one of the many common factors that lead to divorce. Parents must make the effort to maintain the physical intimacy that made them mothers and fathers in the first place. It’s the foundation on which relationships and families are built and, for the greater good, need to be maintained.
Feeling like your sex life has fizzled out with all of the meetings, Mommy-and-Me classes, dishes and dirty laundry? Here are a few tips for bringing back the Hot into your relationship: