Guest blogger Kerri says: Marriage killed our make out mojo.
Before kids, my husband and I made out like crazy. Now, we share a perfunctory kiss hi and bye, but rarely give each other a hot-and-heavy liplock.
Now, keep in mind, we still kiss during foreplay ... but that doesn't count. I'm talking about a hardcore tonsil hockey session, where kissing is the main event ... where he gets you all hot and bothered by focusing solely on the neck up.
In our case, making out happened a lot during dating, less during the honeymoon phase of marriage, and waaaay less (translation: rarely to never) once our two kids were born. I love the thrill of a good kiss ... but, let's face it, who has the time? This multi-tasker has no time for a make out session!
But I must admit I do miss how my heart would race ... his hands on my face and in my hair ... the physical connection without the sex. And I really miss that delicious shiver that would travel from my head down to my toes.
Do you still make out?