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Sexy Mamas: Keeping Your Sex Life Alive

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by Cathy Winks and Anne Semans
Mom, learn how to have it all—sex, sanity, and sleep—from this refreshing guide to mothers’ sexuality. You’ll find all sorts of reassuring tips on everything from rekindling a flagging libido to planning for intimacy to sex advice for single moms. New moms and moms-to-be, as well as their partners, will all benefit from the authors’ inclusive approach. An excellent gift for that next baby shower.

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Great book for moms

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Comments about Babeland Sexy Mamas: Keeping Your Sex Life Alive:

Sexy Mamas is full of facts, tips, pointers, and statements from real moms. No matter if you're married, single, an old hat or a soon to be mom, this book has something for all of us. It shows you that you're not along and other women feel the same way. Being a woman who is sexually aware is hard enough, factor in being a mother and all the stereotypes that go with it and it gets ten times harder.

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