Even if you have the energy for love making, just finding the time for your partner can be difficult. Here are some tips to ensure you and your partner are present with each other, as well as the baby.
Nap Time / Sexy Time
The times when your baby is asleep is crucial time for rest, and also an opportunity for intimacy. Ensuring you’re rested will give you more energy for lovemaking. Your baby will be eating and sleeping throughout the day and night, so take advantage of the downtime and use it wisely.
Between continuous feedings, a crying baby, and maintaining the house, having the energy for sex is pretty difficult. Mornings are also a good time to plan for sexy time because you’ve both had the chance to catch up on sleep.
Make a Schedule
Prior to your baby, you probably didn’t need to make a time to specifically have sex. However, your time is now practically booked up. Schedule a time for you and your partner to be intimate. Even if you have to sneak away to the other room for 15 minutes, it will be worth it.
Family and Friends
Reach out to family and friends for support, so you can have some time without the baby. An evening out for dinner without kids will give you the chance to relax and be intimate with your partner.