This week my oldest child had his 11th birthday. 11, y’all. I’ve been doing this for 11 freaking years – and most days I still feel clueless.
While I was in the middle of running around getting ready for his birthday – and mentally preparing myself for the raucous sleepover he’s got planned for the weekend – I realized I was juggling my parenting priorities and my D/s priorities. Not that it bothered me, but it also made me think about questions I get sometimes.
Is it okay to be kinky if you’re a parent? How do you manage a D/s relationship as a parent?
The answers are yes and with patience and a willingness to adapt to your situation.
I’m pretty sure there’s plenty more I could have said about being kinky and a parent, but we have to start somewhere.
From the show:
- I’m taking some time to slow down and regroup in a kinda, sorta blogging hiatus
- My oldest turned 11 this week. Wow.
- Any parent can have a D/s relationship if that’s what you want.
- Special needs parents can be kinky too but they face more challenges – and I’m no expert. If you’ve managed it with all the demands of being a special needs parents, I’d love to learn from you.
- Being pregnant and kinky is possible with some modifications.
- Being kinky while parenting toddlers isn’t the same as having older kids.
- Not all kink is sexual.
- You have more freedom as your children get older.
- Want kinky sex? You’ll probably have to plan for it.
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