HAPPY CONTINUE - THE - COURTSHIP NIGHT!
Marriage experts agree that regularly dating your spouse (even if you don't feel like it) is less costly than divorce. ;0)
Have you tried this one? It's cheap and great for LDS married couples with young children at home!
Get the Cosmo Kama Sutra book of positions. (about $9 at Amazon) -
No...I don't get a kick back, but thank you for thinking of me. I'm recommending this book because it doesn't have photos of live people demonstrating the positions. It does have good visually instructional drawings, and clear easy to follow instruction.
Kama Sutra is an ancient Sanskrit word that loosely translates to mean " desire procedures ". It was (and still is) taught to Hindu boys and girls in India to help prepare them for marriage. From an American perspective, it was like your grade school sexual education classes, except it also taught techniques to help love making in marriage more enjoyable, and positions that could help with conception. It also trained young men and women sexuality ethics.(Devi, 2013, http://www.hinduhumanrights.info/the-kama-sutra-beyond-the-sex/)
Try to do all
of them. Make up a few of your own. Become kung fu masters of Kama
Sutra in the bedroom together. Remember to be patient, practice good
communication skills, stretch first, make sure the kids are safe and
occupied first, lock the bedroom door, and (most important) don't take
it seriously. There is no pass/fail and the only contest is how unified
you can be as a couple. have fun.