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Kendra: "When the Baby Sleeps, We Have Sex"

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Now that her baby is 2 months old, Kendra Wilkinson is back in the saddle in the bedroom department -- and she's letting the whole world know it.

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Most docs tell you to wait eight weeks after giving birth to have sex. Maybe that explains why Kendra Wilkinson (whose baby is 2 months old) Tweeted last Wednesday: "SEX....this is just a test!!! lol."

The "test" must have gone well, because this week she told E! News: "When the baby sleeps, we have sex! That's what it is for us. That's why it's so cool to be young parents because we have the energy to do that."

Wow: Most of us were WAY too tired to even THINK ABOUT sex when we had a newborn ... but more power to her!

New moms, when do YOU fit in sex? Or is sex the last thing on your mind at this point?


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3 comments so far | Post a comment now
Sandy S May 7, 2010, 10:31 PM

Well, for starters, getting 2 hours of sleep a night doesn’t put me in tip top condition. I can barely diaper my baby properly, let alone put something into my aching, bleeding, stitched up lady part. So…no, when—sorry, if—the baby sleeps, I sleep. That also keeps from lashing out at everyone, because I feel like passing out.

syd May 15, 2010, 12:13 PM

i agree with sandy.
I haven’t even had a baby, but if I don’t get enough sleep nothing phallic shaped is coming anywhere close to.

kendra’s vagina must be made of plastic as well.

E May 22, 2010, 5:54 PM

When my son was 2 months old, he was sleeping 12 hours every night (go ahead if you want to take a moment and curse my name), however Ladytown was not ready for visitors. My doc gave me the all-clear at 6 weeks (which is what I’d always been told was the standard) but it really, really hurt so we were still working our way back into it.


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