We did not see this coming at all!
Chris apparently has a nine-month-old daughter with a 31-year-old model friend of his named Nia.
We'll keep you updated as more info comes to light!
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Don't waste all your sweetness on your kiddies!
It's easy for mommies and daddies to lose focus of each other, when there are little ones that pleading for all your love and attention.
A little bit of kindness goes a long way in a partnership. The love doctor says:
"Simple acts of kindness can completely enhance your relationship: a massage after a long day, or a blissful serving of fresh coffee, goes a long way.
Being kind means, making everyday life, better and more comfortable. Provide your lover some "Tender Love & Caring" by adding small indulgences, into any special occasion (Valentine’s Day applies!!) as well as everyday life: Leave her a "personal invitation" to a sensual massage by her pillow, write him a cute love note and leave it in his pocket.
Any gesture that comes from the heart will bring a good change of energy and novelty, into your relationship."
For more tips on getting along with your partner (anywhere and in between the sheets) CLICK HERE!
When mommies and daddies have been together for a while it's not always easy to keep the romance feeling new — but it's worth the work!
The Doctor says mixing things up is really crucial:
"Don’t be afraid to experiment and learn new and exciting ways to please each other: Keeping intimacy alive is healthy and never hurts routine and boredom, do!"
Here's one of her suggestions for keeping your relationship nice and healthy:
"Use fantasy at all times: it serves you well and prevents the need for NON-MONOGAMOUS, recreational activity. Use your wildest imagination & locate a position, where you’re receiving the most pleasurable stimulation."
It's time to be one with nature, moms and dads! And we're talking about something as simple as dining outdoors.
Dr. Limor says:
Dine outdoors: There's something sensual and seducing about feeling the solid ground, and breathing fresh air. The need to eat with your hands could also be a stimulant. Pick a quiet, pleasant location in a good weather, and try it out.
Could be a park, the beach, or even your own backyard! Try it out!
When you're a parent there are SO MANY things distracting you from your partner!
This week's tip is all about your love-making temple (aka the bedroom)!
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