Secret to Great Sex After Baby QUICKIES | Married Sex BLABBERMOM Video
Sex After Baby Quickies?? In this episode of Blabbermom, Long Island preschool teacher Erna tells us the secret of her happy marriage and having sex after kids… What is it? Mom quickies! Watch her funny and candid video.
And comment below–have your kids ever caught you having a quickie? Any suggestions of good places to hide?
Sex After Baby | Erna Blabs About Quickies
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Some Advice on Sex After Baby (including quickies!) from our Friends
I plan to give my children this advice when they’re old enough to hear it, and I’m looking forward to embarrassing my grandkids with this wisdom, too. I’ll take up smoking exactly for this conversation and say in a raspy voice with a touch of an inauthentic New York accent, “Go have a quickie. It’ll solve everything.” Maybe, if I really embrace the public kookiness that old people are allowed, I’ll use this line at a wedding. As the DJ asks us, the oldest married couple in the room, to stand up and give the bride and groom advice, I’ll say, “Make sure you have two to four quickies a month. You’ll thank me later. -Anonymous, “Sex After Kids”, San Fransisco Bay Area Moms
“The first sex after baby is like the first time all over again. It’s a little weird. A little awkward. 10/10 would try it again, you know, to be sure.” –Jacalyn
“Most people need to feel relaxed in order to feel pleasure,” says reproductive psychiatrist Alexandra Sacks, M.D., co-author of “What No One Tells You: A Guide to Your Emotions from Pregnancy to Motherhood.” “It can be hard to feel relaxed if you don’t feel like you.” —Why So Many Moms Can’t Have Great Sex, Salon, Gail Cornwall
“Get over your baby sleeping nearby or in the same room while you get it on.” -Gail Hoffer-Loibl, Maybe I’ll Shower Today
“First, moms deserve to relax. Basic prerequisites to relaxation include reliable childcare and equitable division of labor. As Dr. Birndorf puts it, “If we had some time and had some space, we’d all be in the freaking mood.” —-Why So Many Moms Can’t Have Great Sex, Salon, Gail Cornwall
“Advice? Leave me alone. I don’t want sex.” –anonymous