Ice-T, Dog and Baby! Coco Austin Admits Her ‘Full Bed’ Means ‘There Are No Alone Moments’: ‘Sex Is Nonexistent’
They say a baby changes everything … even sleeping arrangements.
“Sex is nonexistent for the first couple of months,” the new mom says. “It definitely changes … you don’t get the ‘OK’ to even have sex or go to the gym until 16 [weeks].”
Austin, 37, continues, “You don’t even want sex. That’s the thing. Everything is about the child. Nothing is sexual in your world.”
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“I’m taking a lot of pictures. I’m that same guy that you go, ‘Oh, my daughter …’ and before I know it I’m showing you pictures. I said that I’m not going to be that guy,” the rapper previously told PEOPLE. “But now I’m just like, ‘Wait, look,’ and, ‘Wait, look at this one,’ and, ‘Wait a minute, hold up.’ You can’t help it. You’re just happy.”
Though the couple, who have been married for 14 years, share in the overwhelming joy of bringing their daughter into this world, some things have changed.
“We’re very much a tight family,” Austin says. “At night — the dog, the baby — we all plop into our bed and it’s a full bed. So, there are no alone moments with your husband.”
“Give it time,” Williams says.
— Christina Dugan