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    Has Parenthood Changed Your Marriage
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    Emma_WebMD_Staff posted:
    We all have some adjustments to make after having a baby, but how much of an adjustment did your marriage make? Spontaneous sex is out, sleeping in only if the other parent gets up. Certainly finances have been affected.

    Share with other parents how your marriage has changed since your little one has arrived!
    Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body.
    Elizabeth Stone
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    mom2laurenmckenna responded:
    It has been an adjustment bc we used to do things together and alone. Now all my alone time is gone to lo (except when I am asleep, she just recently started sleeping through the night, mostly). And my dh gets upset sometimes when I don't want to stay up late and watch a movie or chat etc.


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