Have a baby, get your body back, look and feel sexy, and get back to having sex so you can rock being a mom and a partner all by baby’s 2-month check-up. Hahahaha…yeah, right. If you did this, I’m genuinely happy for you but also curious what kind of magic you found and how many limbs you had to sell to get it. I have a 9-month-old and I’m not rocking all of that yet.
Seriously though, how are you supposed to feel sexy when you spend the majority of your thoughts on literally everything else? And don’t get me started on the amount of time I spend already being touched by a baby all day. Adding in other human touch can sound like torture.
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Let’s be real for a second instead of focusing on what we think we are supposed to do immediately after having a baby. Let’s be honest with ourselves and accept that it’s normal to not “bounce back” immediately and your libido might not either. IT’S NORMAL and something we should stop guilting ourselves over. There’s seriously enough guilt in our future as mothers, we don’t need anymore. You’re not failing at anything; you just haven’t figured out what you need to do to evolve YET.
Thankfully, there are beautiful people like Dana B. Myers who are here to help us figure out how to feel desirable again after having a baby. The award-winning product developer, entrepreneur, author, media personality, and founder of Booty Parlor sat down with the lovely Kelly Maher on the podcast to give some of her own advice to find yourself, your confidence, and start having great sex.
I’m talking about getting access to a sex, love, and relationship expert’s advice specifically for moms! Things you can start doing today, as soon as you’re done listening, of course. She was even kind enough to answer specific questions from our community such as how to get over the fear that sex might be painful or just…different after sex? Or how on earth you can get into the mood and feel sexy when you’re feeling all touched out from the kids? If you struggle with any of this, you need to listen! Honestly, even if you’re not, I still suggest listening because Dana B. Myers has a powerful and fun energy that makes her so much fun to listen to.
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Okay, okay. Enough already. Go listen. Enjoy. Evolve. Rock it.
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My name is Kaitlyn and I'm one of the team members at Successful Breastfeeding. Before I had my son, I signed up for the prenatal class and got SO MUCH HELP as a client. Then I fell in love with the community, saw all of the moms and babies Successful Breastfeeding was able to help, and practically begged to work for them. Now I'm the keeper of the things, professional commiserater, AND working on becoming a certified lactation counselor. For real though, I love working for this company because I get to work from home, be with my son, AND help women with their breastfeeding journey. Get virtual breastfeeding support when you need it and your back to work support when it's time to go back. Your breastfeeding journey is the #1 priority here.
Kelly Maher, CLC, CLE
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