Although your baby is the center of your life, your marriage still should have the share of the
spotlight. Strong and happy marriage is the fundamental of successful parenting. So, it is important to ensure that
marriage intimacy is not affected by your baby’s sleep issues.
Talk With Him About Him
Talk to him about things other than your baby. Talk about sports,
or golf, or something you know he will enjoy. Although your baby is now the center of attention, your spouse is a
human and still need attention too.
Have The Sex (When you are ready to)
It is important to still have sex. Let him know that you want him.
If the baby is waking up in the middle of the night, try having sex in the morning, while the baby is still asleep.
Even try it when your husband comes home from work, and perhaps the baby is taking a nap. Intimacy is very
important in keeping your marriage healthy as that will affect your baby mental growths too without you realize
Go On Dates
Go on dates. Just the two of you. Have dinner or go out for
movies. Dress up like you used to for a date.
Seek help from your parents to look after your baby or get help
from trusted babysitter for your special night.
A great little get away, even for a night, can make a huge
It is important that after the baby is born you continue to touch
your partner in soothing ways. A simple kiss here and there, or sitting on the couch next to each other while
holding hands are great ways to show one another, that even though baby might be keeping you up at night, you still
want each other.
Continue to tell each other you love one another and show it. Do
not just use words. Surprise your husband with tickets to the big game, and give your wife a gift certificate to a
Dealing With Baby Sleeping Issues Is
Easier Than You Think!
By knowing your options,
it will let you know what to do and hence avoid getting stressed or
“Understanding baby sleeping” provides those
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