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You have tons of stuff to think about right now: Will my baby be healthy?
What sort of mom will I be? How long will it take my belly to go down after birth and will I fit into my skinny jeans again? Now, let's be clear: What does my partner think about my boobs? We certainly don't expect to be your No. But even as we busy ourselves fetching your late-night craving and assembling the crib, there are some things we're thinking and maybe not telling you. I asked a bunch of fellow guys to open up about how they viewed their wives' and girlfriends' brand new curves. Read on to see what they spilled.
He, like you, is awfully excited about what's inside the bump. That means some improvising in the bedroom, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Whatever feels good! No shocker here—we really like it when boobs we already love get bigger. Men have been evolutionarily primed to see larger breasts as a turn-on, research shows. They were sexier, and actually so was everything about her," says Chris M. Adds Patrick Q. But of course, since your breasts are more sensitive now, there's a cruel irony. You're in the midst of an amazing endeavor i.
Chris M. Feel free to make all kinds of demands of your guy—foot rubs, baths, you name it. You may not be jumping into bed more often, but regardless of the frequency, intercourse can be next-level good. There was certainly much more of it than we've had after the baby! Adds Chris M. Many women experience increased lubrication and vaginal blood flow and satisfaction during their second trimesters. Your renewed enthusiasm— along with the miraculous fact that the two of you have created a baby together—can make you feel closer than ever.
Also, now that you're not laser-focused on conceiving mission accomplishedyou can loosen up. On the flip side, even if you want to hit the sheets more often, certain guys admit that they were more hesitant. Cory H. Ultimately, though you may not feel uber-sexy all the time, odds are that your partner would probably beg to differ.
Joel K. While you may feel that your burgeoning bump has just been getting in your way lately, it can actually be a pleasant prompt for plenty of prenatal romance and lots of time spent lingering in the bedroom while you still can! By Ben Kassoy November 26, Save Pin FB More. Pregnancy Sex. Credit: Tina Rupp. By Ben Kassoy. Be the first to comment! No comments yet. Close this dialog window Add a comment.
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