Sex changes after kids
When they say everything changes after kids, they mean everything. At the top of the list: sex. One partner wants it; the other doesn’t. And when by some rare cosmic planetary alignment both parties do want it, there’s no time — or, at least, no time to complete the act (something I like to call kidus interruptus).
Sexual tension takes on new meaning in the busy lives of parents. Adapting is key, and flexibility is crucial to a good, post-kid sex life (and not in the way you think). You’ve got to be able to take a different, well, position. (Sorry, couldn’t resist.) Click through this gallery to find out how.
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