Well Mama’s I took the day off on Monday, but I hope everyone enjoyed their Memorial Day! My sweet hubby decided to take me to Sanibel Island and Naples for the weekend, while my parents came down and kept the kiddies. While vacationing on the beach I saw a lot of eye candy, including my very own dark chocolate drop! It made me think about the word sexy and what makes a daddy sexy. I know some people may not think of putting the words daddy and sexy together but I do. Mama’s as I’ve grown older I have broadened my view of sexy and what it means to me. Surprisingly I’m not the only Mama who shares these feelings. So for those Mama’s wondering where I’m going with this here goes….

Top 10 things Dad’s do that Mama’s find Sexy!
(in no particular order)
#1-Wake up with a crying/sick child at night so Mama can sleep
#2-Take initiative with the kids
#3-Communicate their vulnerabilities
#4-Plan an “Alone” outing for Mama (movies, dinner, shopping, spa)
 
#5- Take on a regular chore
#6-Cook dinner or order Take out
#7-Arrange Date Night
#8-Give Mama a night off each week
#9-Be engaged with your family
#10-Stay at home with a sick child
Mama’s if you find these things sexy, but your hubby isn’t doing them then you may need to have the talk. Seriously if you want something you have to ask or you could simply leave this blog up on the computer screen LOL. Happy Hump Day Mama’s!
Don’t just live your life, Enjoy it!
                     

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