Amy Wruble was a prolific producer of reality TV before having kids provided enough reality to last a lifetime. She is now a freelance writer and blogger who contributes to Momtastic, mom.me, Scary Mommy and The Huffington Post. The mother of two girls, Amy knows the theme songs and sidekicks of every Disney princess. She lives in the Los Angeles area and is very convincing as a blonde. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
Maybe this doesn’t happen in every family, but in ours, it’s a fairly regular occurrence. So I asked an expert how to deal.
No one tells someone healing from a broken leg to hurry up and tap dance. So a woman recovering from childbirth shouldn't feel any pressure to have sex.
"How did that baby get IN your belly?" + other things your preschooler will bring up, loudly, in public.
In a society where Victoria’s Secret Angels are strutting down the runway a few weeks after giving birth, we need this reality check.