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New parents tell us what they miss since having children

SWNS
SWNS
New parents have less quality time together, go on fewer date nights and say ‘I love you’ less often than before they had children – but still manage to maintain their sex lives, a study has found.
After starting a family, parents admit they also kissed their partner less often, went on fewer nights out with friends and had less romance in their relationship.
But being intimate is one area new parents still make time for, with parents having sex as often as those without children – an average of twice a week.
Despite the effects it may have had on their relationship, 85 per cent of parents generally feel more satisfied and happier since having children.
Liz Fraser, Modern Family Expert for Care.com, said: "Everyone knows having children is life-changing but regardless of the changes most parents would say having their children was the best moment of their lives, and that they couldn't imagine living without them now they are here.