By tiffany - 18/09/2012 18:24 - Canada
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But still... not saying a word? Not even a "Ow, honey, you look so cute/sexy/lovely"? If my husband (considering I had one) would go to sleep without saying anything at all, sexy outfit or not, I would immediately think he's mad at me. It's normal to be not always a sex-loving beast in bed, but ignoring your partner... Gosh, I hope my relationship never reaches that cold point.
I actually could see why you asked if she's okay. It would be a slap to the face especially with how hormonal and emotional you already are from having a baby. I know if it were me it would probably make me feel unwanted. Men supposedly always think of or want sex, so when turned down or ignored by your spouse even with out the factors of having a baby it would make a girl feel pretty bad. Sorry OP, I would just talk to him about it. Remember he has a whole life outside of the house his mind probably wasn't focussed or something. He could even be trying to not bother you for sex thinking you are exhausted with the baby. Sometimes it's hard to read people. Especially us women. It's like a blonde trying to figure out a rubix cube. Next time take charge. Get dressed up and tell him what you want to do. As well as what you want him to do to you. If he isn't in the mood he will be.
^More likely he has been turned down the last five million times he has made a move and doesn't even bother to try now and didn't realise what she was attempting to do. If she'd whispered in his ear to come up in five minutes she had a surprise for him it might have had a different ending. Either that or she had baby spew/poo in her hair.
I hear marriage often tends to have this effect on the bedroom.
Ummm sounds like a dad that's tired because he is also taking care of his child. Try getting him in the morning when he's rested. Who doesn't enjoy morning sex?