The Amount of Sex Might Decrease … Or Increase
“The actual sex didn’t change all that much, but the things that did change were factors that affected the amount of sex we were having: sleep deprivation, post-pregnancy body, hormones, breastfeeding, and pure exhaustion. For awhile there, any free time you have you want to use it to sleep or eat. Having intimate time with your partner seemed like the farthest thing from my mind for those first few months of survival mode.” - Allison P.

“A lot of research shows that couples have sex less frequently after having children, but in our case frequency has not decreased. It's actually increased because since having our first son we've become very intentional with cherishing and strengthening our marriage.” - Courtney B.