Mommy Strategies

Palmer, Lindsey
February 2010
Redbook;Feb2010, Vol. 214 Issue 2, p132
The article presents quotes from mothers regarding sneaking around one's children and finding time to be intimate with one's husband including locking the door, setting an alarm early in the morning, and having sex while children are at their friends' house.


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