New research indicates that husbands begin to see their wives as mothers rather than their partners after they have babies.
A poll of over 3,000 mothers by Netmums, the parenting website, found that three in four women felt they were having less sexual intercourse since they gave birth. Furthermore, 43% of the respondents felt their husband had forgotten the sexual chemistry shared by them prior to giving birth.
Around 42% of the mother admitted their knowledge of the current fashion trends was nil.
"Having children is life-changing, but shouldn't mean that you edge towards 'mumnesia'. Mum and woman shouldn't exist separately - every mum is both and they should be celebrated and nurtured," Siobhan Freegard, the co-founder of Netmums told the Daily Telegraph.