I'm a Mominatrix

If you're wondering what it takes to be a Mominatrix, check out our "I'm a Mominatrix" interviews with some of the hottest moms on the internet who were willing to share the secret to their sex-cess. Apparently you don't need to be a leather wearing, whip carrying maven to be a Mominatrix, after all. These ladies have their own special ways of making sure their libidos know whose boss.

Featured Mominatrix: Monica Brady

Monica Brady, owner of Mommy Brain Reports, a product review and giveaway site, and Mommy Brain Life, her blog that gives more insight into her personal dealings as a mom of twins, has been married to her high school sweetheart for over 12 years, and is a work at home mother to her beautiful identical twin girls, Alexandra and Victoria. They recently moved cross country from California to coastal North Carolina and are loving exploring the East Coast.

When she's not spending time with her girls, she's either working on her blog writing up reviews on some really cool products, participating in events with the Walmart Moms group, or working with various awesome companies as a Social Media Consultant. She is a self proclaimed geek with a love for Apple products, and anything that could make her life as a mom easier. Find her on her Twitter account.

What makes you a "Mominatrix?"

I'm damn sexy... no really... my hubby says so! Actually I think I'm a "Mominatrix" because I'm a hard working mom, who is confident, positive and knows when it's time to let my hair down and have fun.

How do you feel about the term "MILF?"

I'm working to embrace it.

How has "sexy" changed since you've become a mother?

Sexy used to be a quick glance, or a smile, regardless of if I'd just woken up or been standing out in a rain storm. No matter what my hubby says, I don't feel sexy until I've done my hair, makeup, and found a great fitting outfit. Not to mention, the kids have to be in bed. Until they're in bed, sound asleep, I'm a mom... Once they're asleep.. I can "be sexy." Oh, and he still thinks I'm sexy in a pair of sweats...

How has motherhood affected your sex life?

What's a sex life? No, I'm just kidding. Actually, motherhood has made me cherish my "quality time" with my husband more, since we get a whole lot less of it now. I hate that we're often too tired to do anything by the time we get to bed, but we're learning to take more time, earlier in the evening (after the girls are sound asleep) instead of pushing it off until late at night.

What's a simple sexy tip (or tips) that you can share with other moms?

I'm not sure how sexy this is, but moms, you NEED to take "ME" time. Go get a massage, manicure, pedicure, facial, take a belly dancing class, whatever it takes to relax, get away, and feel like a woman again. It'll help you relax at home and even helps me get in the mood when I feel better about myself.

Your sexiest body part?

I think it's my eyes, but my hubby believes it to be my neck and/or my um... "girls."

What accessory or piece of clothing makes you feel the sexiest?

Honestly, it has to be one of my hubby's button down shirts. Something about those just works for me... and him.

Any special tricks (ahem)?

Tricks? Hmmm I don't know if I really have any. I know that to get the mood going, all I have to do is turn the lights off, turn on a few candles, set up a bubble bath, and give hubby a look and it's on! I think knowing how to take cues is a great thing. Learn what turns on your partner and use it!

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