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Bringing Sexy Back: Christina Aguilera's Style

Bringing Sexy Back: Christina Aguilera's Style

Christina Aguilera is a new mommy, but, the buxom blonde known for her signature red lips, didn't waste any time bringing sexy back. She and hubby, Jordan Bratman, welcomed their son, Max, six-months-ago and have been going strong. As next month's Glamour cover girl, the songstress told the magazine how she keeps the marital flames burning. She said:

"We make sure we have Mommy and Daddy nights out. Our child comes first, obviously, but there are certain things you can do: Once we know he's in good hands, we go out late at night and have a few drinks. Then we'll come home, dim the lights and do our thing--and I'm not going into any more detail than that!"

What do you think about the Bratmans's approach?

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LiLRuck44 LiLRuck44 7 years
In my opinion it's unhealthy for parents' lives to revolve around their kids. That's a lot of pressure on little people. My husband and I put our marriage first, and I think our children benefit tremendously from it. Anything to keep the spark there is good :-)
LiLRuck44 LiLRuck44 7 years
In my opinion it's unhealthy for parents' lives to revolve around their kids. That's a lot of pressure on little people.My husband and I put our marriage first, and I think our children benefit tremendously from it. Anything to keep the spark there is good :-)
Frank-y-Ava Frank-y-Ava 7 years
I know they were starting to get on her about the late night partying, but it's their business. And my parents could learn something from them, they hardly do anything together as a couple. They have no sparks at all!!
Greggie Greggie 7 years
You don't even have to pump if the baby doesn't nurse during the night. Like blood, the breastmilk is constantly renewed. By morning, there's no reason she shouldn't breastfeed, assuming the alcohol has left her bloodstream. And yeah, even if Max does eat during the night, she could've easily pumped beforehand and set aside milk to be used until her blood alchol level goes back down.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
You don't even have to pump if the baby doesn't nurse during the night. Like blood, the breastmilk is constantly renewed. By morning, there's no reason she shouldn't breastfeed, assuming the alcohol has left her bloodstream.And yeah, even if Max does eat during the night, she could've easily pumped beforehand and set aside milk to be used until her blood alchol level goes back down.
kikidawn kikidawn 7 years
"Just wondering how she's managing the drinking and the late night thing having to care for a baby she's nursing." She might be pumping :) It sounds like they have a very good balance in their lives... good for them!!
kikidawn kikidawn 7 years
"Just wondering how she's managing the drinking and the late night thing having to care for a baby she's nursing."She might be pumping :)It sounds like they have a very good balance in their lives... good for them!!
Greggie Greggie 7 years
I think it's great that they've found what works for them. I don't think it works for everyone, but each couple needs to do what makes them happy. They're not neglecting their child at all, and by keeping themselves happy they also make baby happy.
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 7 years
my life revolves and around my kids as i think every parents life should, but there are also times that my fiance and i need alone time and that is okay and healthy i think for everyone, as long as they are being cared for by someone responsible, why not never allow the sparks to fade, keep them alive i learned this from my future mother in law they are hitting their 50th in about two or three years
sassy_chick sassy_chick 7 years
I personally don't have a problem with any of that. It sounds like they're balancing it well. It isn't good for the children if parents focus all of their energy on their children and don't take time for themselves.
Brendelwoman Brendelwoman 7 years
It is totally possible to have a life and romance with one's husband. This should not disappear which I think does happen sometimes after baby and kids. Just wondering how she's managing the drinking and the late night thing having to care for a baby she's nursing.
Brendelwoman Brendelwoman 7 years
It is totally possible to have a life and romance with one's husband. This should not disappear which I think does happen sometimes after baby and kids. Just wondering how she's managing the drinking and the late night thing having to care for a baby she's nursing.
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