Why Every Good Mom Needs a Drawer Full of Lingerie

Oh, how spending time with my husband has changed over the years. I still remember the energy my husband and I used to have when we first met (TMI) compare to now, it’s a complete 180! However, it’s love month people and it’s time to spice things up again.

I don’t know about you but, I truly believe that we should normalize being alone with our partner again. If you do not have the luxury of having someone watch your kids that is totally understandable. But if the opportunity arise… I say take it! As parents, its easy to forget that you are a couple too and that the relationship needs to be nurtured as well.

So enough about that! Let’s get to the juicy part! Today, I’ll be sharing three types of lingerie that every moms need in their wardrobe when the lights are out and the kids are gone or asleep soundly. To ease you slowly back into the habit- here are my 3 favorite lingerie styles suitable for any body type (even mom bods) and trust me your husband will thank me later.

  1. Bodysuit with some mesh – If you’re not comfortable with that bikini cut from baby number 2, then you might wanna look into getting a bodysuit with a little bit of mesh. Having that see thru bit will definitely give it that mystery that a lingerie need.
  2. Silk pajamas -Now if you just want to wear something comfortable but will still spice up your Netflix and Chill date with your husband, I recommend some silk pajamas. Make sure that you find a set that has a camisole and a robe to elevate your Valentine’s dates.
  3. Lace lingerie – Every girl deserves a pair of lace lingerie! Whether it’s for her husband or herself, there’s something empowering about how delicate and sexy it is at the same time. And I’m telling you, whenever I put them on I feel like a totally different person (in bed! Haha say what!). Okay enough PG+18 content, but truthfully, if you’re confident about your body, I believe that lace lingerie will give you that added boost you need to make your day special.

Research shows that spending “quality time” with your husband does not only strengthen your marriage, but it also teaches your children how to have healthy romantic relationships as well. It’s a win-win.


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