I think it’s fair to say that I am starting to get over it. And, when you’re pregnant and so many things are out of bounds, you start to really care and rely on a few key items to keep you comfortable and on the level, mentally speaking. Here are mine, in no particular order.
I’ve been with my boyfriend for 6 years and we used to have sex like crazy, but for the past few years we’ve only been having sex once every 2 months. It’s awkward and I don’t even like making out with him anymore. It feels like he forgot what to do
I’m at the pointy end of pregnancy and by that I mean something big is pointing south. Dr Sharon tells me it’s the chicklet’s massive head. She didn’t say it it so many words, but according to her tape measure, he is a chunky monkey.
There are so many issues with this no-sex spreadsheet thing I hardly know where to begin. Is it her fault for sharing it? His fault for documenting her rejections? Both of their faults for not communicating about it better?
A few weeks ago, I touched on the whole fertility post-35 issue. For me, it became scarily personal around the age of 36, but it would be another three-odd years before I had to make some tough decisions about whether we needed help.
If men (or women) in uniform send you weak at the knees, you need to sign up to this bespoke dating site immediately…
My wife and I got married in 2011 – and a year ago she said she wasn’t happy and moved back to her parents house. I’m still completely in love with her and desperately want her back
Question: How do you make a heavily pregnant woman cry? Answer: Have everyone she loves add their snippet of new mum advice to a beautiful baby shower book – which is just what I was given last weekend
I am a Capricorn woman, and I started a relationship in January with a Leo man. I fell for him, but after a while I lost interest and cheated on him with another guy (a Cancerian) who I adore.
We’re on the reno home-stretch and while I’d like to say that by Friday onwards I will be sitting on my arse in my new house contemplating my (very round) navel, there’s still one massive job left to do. The nursery.
Secrets to a good relationship, the books you should be reading right now, a peek at an online labia library and why casual sex isn’t so bad for you after all… it’s my latest Friday round-up!