Today is the Grand Finale of my guest post series over at Pearl’s OysterBed! I’ve identified the Top 3 Roadblocks to a Thriving Sex Life for moms of littles.
And how to break through!
We’re crashing through roadblocks left and right!
But I have a confession to make…
Even if I conquer Fatigue Block and Privacy Block, and I have a few glorious moments where “Less Tired” AND “The Children Are Not In The Room” overlap… SEX is not always (ever?) the thing I want to do.
And here we collide with the third – and in my experience, most powerful – roadblock:
Click here now to break through Identity Block and bridge the gap between how-to and want-to. Mamas, it’s time to bring your sexy back.
(Be sure to click below to check out the first 2 roadblocks if you missed them!)
Does your list of Top 5 Worst Nightmares include a curious little one interrupting “Mommy-Daddy time”?
Do you struggle with how to have a sex life when your children are little?
Have you ever wondered, “What is a Sex Ninja?”
Okay, you’ve probably only wondered that last one if you read what I wrote last week.
But I’ll address all of these in today’s guest post at Pearl’s Oysterbed!
In this second part of the Roadblocks series, we’re tackling Privacy Block.
Last week we dealt with Fatigue Block. If you missed it (or have used up your brain cells parenting wee ones for the past week and don’t remember what it said) go back for a quick review. Then click here to check out Part 2: Privacy Block.
You guys, I’m super excited! Today, I’m guest posting over at Pearl’s OysterBed. The woman behind Pearl is Bonny Logsdon Burns. We met at the She Speaks conference this summer and have found ourselves to be kindred spirits. Bonny’s blog focuses on intimacy issues for wives, which she addresses from a Christian perspective.
So, why would Bonny invite me to guest post on her blog? Well, I have to tell you something you may not know about me. It’s kind of personal, but it’s only fair that you know.
I put the S in SEX.
No, really. That’s me. I’m the S.
Clearly, this sets me apart as a sex authority. Which may be why Bonny asked me to write about sex. Specifically, how are we supposed to find time for a sex life when our kids are young!?
Okay, the truth is, I’ve felt really unqualified to address this topic. Because it’s not something that has come easily for me. It didn’t before we had kids, and it certainly hasn’t since having babies. (Who became toddlers.) (Who became little children.) (Who need/want/demand my attention every. waking. moment.)
But, then God reminded me that a lot of us feel like that. And that maybe you’d like to hear from someone who is in the trenches just like you.
So, buckle up, friends! It’s the:
Click here now to check it out! (Hey, Dad! Feel free to NOT! Actually, I probably lost you back at “I put the S in SEX.” Sorrynotsorry.)