Transcript for Workshop Helps Moms Keep Romance Alive
But now to a problem that's facing so many cups with children. They just don't have enough time or energy for each other. So now one woman is trying to teach these moms how to spice up their love lives and ABC's linsey Davis has the story. Reporter: From "Knocked up" it looks like a scene right out of your life. Should we have sex tonight? Oh. Reporter: Then you just might need the mommy mojo makeover. This is Jax the mother of two adorable girls. Right hip is moving back. Reporter: Part-time yoga instructor. Are you all done? Reporter: Like millions of mothers of young children -- That's not to play with. Reporter: Jax can barely get through a conversation. No more. Reporter: With her hectic schedule there's often little time left in her day or night for this guy, her must martin. Hi. Hi. Reporter: Would you say that your sex life drastically changed post-children? Yes. It was pretty nonexistent. Reporter: Did your husband complain? No. I mean he's a good guy. As you say spontaneity that's the right word, you can't just do things at the whims. Reporter: Enter Dana Meyers. Founder of booty parlor.com. A lot of mops become very focused on the child and left focused on themselves and on the relationship. Reporter: So off we went with Jax to this Brooklyn, New York, studio on this night, home to a group of young moms who drink wine, get glammed up and talk sex. Anybody read erotica this week? No. Reporter: On the lesson plan an erotic Reading by a hunky guy and rehearsing a burlesque dance routine. For every couple surprising things up means different things. It might mean a different time of day. It might mean a different room. Reporter: What would your advice be to me about how to keep the romance alive after you have the baby? Don't forget, you know, what brought baby into this world. Reporter: For "Good morning America," linsey Davis, ABC news, New York.
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