Back on Christian Nymphos, we used to have a really short post every Monday called Monday Missions. These were little tips or ideas that you could do that week for your hubby. I intend to bring some of them back AND if you would like to contribute some ideas of your own, send me a message through the GOT QUESTIONS page. Make sure you label it MONDAY’S MISSION, and I will sure to give you credit for your idea in my post for the week! Hope you enjoy it!
Archive | December 2012
POTW: A Girl, A Guy and a Poang Chair
If you have a chair similar to the Poang Chair from IKEA, there is a really great position you can try. It is simple, but so nice. This is an in depth look at a variation of last week’s position.
The husband is sitting in the chair and the wife is on top, sitting facing him with her legs dangling over the arm rests. It would, of course, work in any chair as long the arms weren’t too high, but the special thing about this chair is the gentle rocking movement you get when you are moving in and out from each other.
This position allows for deep penetration and the angle may work very well if you find that some other woman-on-top positions pull down uncomfortably on your husband’s erection. It’s great for face to face interaction and it feels very intimate, being pressed up against each other in a vertical position.
As an added bonus, if you dare, I suggest taking this chair along with a cozy blanket out to your patio or deck and setting a romantic scene with nice wine, romantic lights and music. Then, enjoy this position under a starry sky. Not that anyone I know has done that or anything… 8)
Throwback Thursday: Winter Dates
We already have an article on the importance of taking the time to have date nights with your husband, but I wanted to take some time to discuss together ideas for winter dates. For me, I have so many more things that I enjoy to do in the warmer weather and also many of them are free, which I like. But winter dates are important too. What are some free or inexpensive winter date ideas apart from eating out and/or going to the movies. That is always our default and honestly we do it because it’s fun for us, but it’s also easy.
Some of the other things we have enjoyed when the colder weather is less conducive to being outdoors are:
- going to the library and sitting quietly together while flipping through magazines.
- driving through different neighbourhoods to get ideas on how to landscape or renovate our home.
- bundling up and walking through a park.
What are some fun, creative winter dates you have shared with your husband which haven’t cost much (under $30)? My husband and I are out of our dating routine right now and I am looking for ideas on how we get our dating groove back. Maybe you are too and we can get some ideas from one another.
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