Quoting 8baby mama*:
haveing sex helps the baby to come faster if you are ready to go in labor but its not a bad thing if you wanna have sex while you are pregnant you just have to be more careful than any other time when you are experimenting different positions.
My question is - I am a single breast feeding mom. I have dated a few guys but they aren't comfortable with my breast feeding my son in bed.
My son is 3 and I want to breast feed him as long as possible. He mostly feeds from me in the early morning and in the evening all in bed, Sometimes if he has a boo boo such as a scrape etc he cries and wants my breasts. I find some men get off on it and some don't. I know he is going to go to pre shcool soon but I still love the morning and night time nurturing. Am I wrong?
oh one other question. Breast feeding son and sexuality. Do you think its ok to breast feed a son and have your partner on the other breast?
You can have sex throughout your pregnancy, endless of course you go into labor. Now, I learned when I was six months pregnant that it can cause you to have contractions. I ended up going into premature labor because of the sperm. Only the contractions part, though. They had to put me on really bad medication and on bed rest for it. So just be careful and if you feel the need, make sure you go to the hospital.
But personally I think your sex life and your child nurturing should be kept separate..opinion only...
i totally agree with what you have going there. it shudd b handled in a mature way.
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Quoting ~*LiL Ms. PrEgGo*~:
Ok so i am 14
and i am having 7 kids is that normal
I don't think that you should have your child on one breast and your partner on the other simoultaneously, especially w/ a 3 yr old who is at an age where they are curious enough as it is. Plus if it were me that would dampen the mood quite a bit b/c if the partner's "doing it for you" on the the other breast it's not like you can really complete the task at hand so to speak in front of a child.