Stepping into the garden this past spring, I saw my first-grader holding an odd, almost motionless position on the gymnastics bar by the garage. It was something like a half-pull-up. With her eyes squeezed shut in concentration, she gripped the bar overhead, abs tight, legs wound together, her feet suspended a few feet from the grass.
By Sarah Barns For Mailonline. Forget kids being a passion killer - couples have better sex after having children, according to a new study. The research, conducted by parenting site Channel Mum, also found men prefer their partner's post-birth figure as it is more curvy and fuller.
Almost from the very beginning, children are exploring their bodies. But before that idea makes you anxious, remember that at this point your child's curiosity is less about sex as you think of it and more about the general mysteries of body function. Readily available tools for these investigations are their eyes, ears, and hands.
You may remember GeekMom's rollicking sex ed day a couple of weeks ago. Andrea and I posted our respective views on talking to kids about sex, which is way more openly than the average mom, judging from the comments. Here is Andrea's post, and mine.
Indeed, intimacy can be a big challenge for parents, who have to worry about interruptions, scheduling challenges and sleep deprivation. But at least you can laugh about it. Here are 29 funny tweets from parents who know the all-too-real struggle of sex after kids.
The following tips and strategies can help. Kids have different questions and concerns about sex at different ages. As your child gets older, the things you talk about will change.
Sex ed is being discussed more and more, both in the media and at home. Whether you are a stay-at-home parent, or a CEO of a fortune company, keeping the dialogue open not just about sex! This guide is for the 21st Century parent, looking to educate children of all ages, including older teens.
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