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Old 08-02-2017, 08:54 PM   #11
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Thanks for sharing that, OP. It really does offer some solid insight into your thought process and how this preference developed. I would still tread lightly though. It's one thing to have a sort of "awakening" when you develop a preference for something specific but if your wife isn't that something specific it's still probably a bad idea to go there. The other thing is she may view it as a ferish and if she's not outright hurt/pissed she may be alarmed by it. You know her, we don't. If you do find you can't keep it inside one way to go about raising the issue is to mention how appealing she was to you at the height of her pregnancy. Look for the right opening for this, obviously don't just blurt it out. Depending on how she reacts you can determine if it's safe to proceed. If she's genuinely curious you may be able to share more about how you developed a preference. Again: that's if you aren't able to resolve the matter on your own. You're about to walk through a minefield and probably shouldn't of you don't absolutely need to.
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