Expert advice for keeping the romance alive after having a baby

Let’s face it — the birth of a child can feel like death to your sex life, at least in the short term. For some couples, the effort to keep any kind of romance alive starts to feel like a battle against an army of forces hell bent on knocking out any and all intimate connection they had once enjoyed. Hormones, the physical aftermath, breastfeeding, sleeplessness, stress… and that…

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Nick Davies

Nick Davies

A modern millennial guy with a cute little family. Located in Southern California. I like writing about fun topics that are interesting to learn about.

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