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Who Said Kids are a Passion Killer? Men Preferring Their Partner’s Post-Birth Figure


Who Said Kids are a Passion Killer? More Than Half of Parents Claim Their Sex Lives are Better After Having Children – With Men Preferring Their Partner’s Post-Birth Figure

Who said kids are a passion killer? More than half of parents claim their sex lives are BETTER after having children – with men preferring their partner’s post-birth figure

  • New parents wait an average of 58 days before they have sex again
  • 44 per cent of mothers worry their partner won’t fancy them any more
  • Parenting website Channel Mum surveyed 1,118 couples2FAB586100000578-3377617-image-m-36_1451400322642

Forget kids being a passion killer – couples have better sex after having children, according to a new study.

The research, conducted by parenting site Channel Mum, also found men prefer their partner’s post-birth figure as it is more curvy and fuller.

Meanwhile, the study, of 1,118 couples with children, suggests new parents should expect to wait an average of 58 days before they have sex with their partner again.

Nearly all of mothers and fathers (94 per cent) say they are satisfied with their sex life – with 57 per cent claiming it’s actually better after having kids.

Almost a third, say they have more sex with their partner now they are parents and four in five say becoming a parent has made them focus on the quality of their sex, not the quantity.

A third say they ‘didn’t see any difference’ in their partner’s figure.

Only a mere three per cent admit they didn’t like the changes to their woman’s body.

Yet new mums still worry about the changes to their figure.

The study found 44 per cent become worried their partner won’t fancy them any more.

Nearly four in ten don’t want their breasts touched by their man because they are breastfeeding and 35 per cent feel ‘too fat for sex.’

Just 14 per cent of new mums feel body confident after giving birth – and a sneaky one in 20 confess to using romps as a workout to shed baby weight.

The research found on average new mums and dads wait nearly two months to have sex again.

Parents face an average of 58 days until they resume their sex life, and 65 per cent have started being intimate again by this point.

Just five per cent wait for at least a year before they start making love again while 14 per cent restart their sex life in three weeks or less, against medical advice.

Nice FamilyIt’s men who are more keen for sex after the wait.

Fathers want sex twice a week on average while mothers are content with sex just once a week.

Over half of women are stressed about resuming their sex life after giving birth, insisting there is too much pressure. Whereas only 25 per cent feel pressure to perform again.

However, once they do get back on track, 45 per cent say they become more attracted and closer to their partner.

Almost two thirds enjoy regular date nights, 23 per cent schedule sex, 18 per cent watch porn together and 17 per cent sext their partner.

A cheeky 25 per cent of new parents use sex as a bargaining tool to get chores done and 78 per cent say the best time to enjoy some alone time with their partner is in the evening when their child is in bed.

Siobhan Freegard, founder of Channel Mum, said: ‘Having a baby is the biggest change you can bring into a relationship, so it’s wonderful to see it can bring couples closer together rather than drive them apart.

‘Younger dads tend to be much more willing to do more to help out with children, benefiting the couple in so many ways.

‘While no one is pretending it’s easy to get your love life back on track post-birth, perhaps new mums can enjoy their extra curves as much as their partner does.’ -Mail Online (By Sarah Barns)


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