Kids are a blessing but at the same time, they can be an inconvenience especially if you are working for long hours. When kids come along, many couples go through a rough and tumble of neglecting each other. In most cases, it is the husband who feels ostracized since the mother/wife channels almost all her energy to her kid. However, this doesn’t have to be the case.
First, there are 5 working days out of the 7 days that make up a week. This means that as a couple, you can both select a day that both of you are free and make it your “date” day. That is, no kids, no working, no phone calls, just a day where you can both get away and have some ‘alone’ time.
Second, set days that both of you can manage to go out maybe for a movie or a dance especially after a long and tiresome day. This plays a big role in making both of you feel as if you are still young and madly in love hence it rekindles the flame and spark between the both of you.
Also, recall that kids are a blessing but they would not have come along if both of you had not had intercourse. See, a big challenge that couples have after getting their first kid is losing their sense of intimacy. This tends to create a gap and the husband greatly feels as if he has been replaced. Intimacy always does the magic trick of bringing both of you closer. Time maybe less thus if you have to plan for it that can also be a good solution. Pleasure and satisfaction are like a matchbox and a matchstick, they ignite a fire.
Children are a blessing but so is your love so do not let it die all because of something that came as a result of it.
About the Author
My name is Kimberly, a mother of 3 kids, Phillip, Jamie, and Alice.