atm I'm still managing missionary lol. but i could def do with new ideas as its getting quite hard now he he. alot to doggy (sorry) i think, but i always thought it would be more painful due to deeper penetration?
Spooning for us coz it relaxes me more and OH doesnt care coz he still gets it.We only started doing it again a few weeks ago coz i was worried about sex.OH said we would be fine if we were gentle and he was right and it relaxing
Must admit I'm not doing it so often but probably for the same reason - and DH struggled the first time we tried spoons since pregnant as he was not used to there being a baby bump there and he didn't know what to do about it
Just about managing missionary too, but being on top or him sat on an armless chair works well as you can control what's going on. Would be interested to hear or other positions though! Good luck ladies xx
Thanks ladies for ur responses and looking forward to hearing what everyone else is upto!
I've avoided 'doggy' gorgeousmumof for the same reason you mentioned - deeper penetration but also because (and this sounds awful) but i dont want to get into a postion where he'll get carried away and end up causing me injury!! Lol.
A kind of missionary sounds interesting...will give it a go - although am very aware of bump and my HUGE breasts!
It aint happening at all for us! What with DH's belly (he looks like he's about 6 months pregnant too!) and with mine, missionary is impossible and the few times we have tried (me on top) i climaxed too soon (its the hormones, i cant help it!) then didnt want him to carry on as i became too sensitive (tmi i think) so he was left frustrated. Think we've come to the conclusion that its not going to happen until the babies are here now
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