In keeping with the last post, not only does getting married change things in a relationship, but so does getting pregnant. Go figure.
As my wife and I undergo this transition in our marriage, one thing that pregnancy has changed is the way we're used to physically interacting with each other. I know that it may seem obvious, but it's not really something that is talked about as much as YOUR LIFE BEING OVER.
For example, hugging. There's nothing better to calm one of us down or pick one of us up than a nice intimate hug. I'm talking crotch-to-crotch intimate. But with the growing tummy, that experience actually sorta feels a little violated. It's supposed to be a me and wife moment and whether we like it or not, there is now a melon between us that is perfectly/conveniently in the way of prime bit-fitting nuzzlage. The obvious take-away here is: welcome to parenthood. I guess even starting from the womb, kids can naturally get in the way of potential intimacy with the spouse so I suppose my feeling towards it depends on my thoughts about how I entitled I feel to that intimacy and how hard I want to work towards it.
Then there's the cuddling change. Yes, wifey and I love us some cuddle action. Face to face, I guess it's actually made that particular position better as there's a natural negative cavity that's perfect for the baby bump (think of the space when two spoons are facing each other). But speaking of spooning, now, when I'm small spoon, I also get nice, random kicks in the back by the baby. It's a really weird, yet awesome feeling. Still, this position is the bomb-diggity because instead of getting left behind for the pregnancy pillow like in The Back-up Plan, which I may or may not have seen, I'm still the man. Seriously. It's the gift that keeps on giving.
And going back to bits fitting together, sex has changed as well. Previously comfortable positions now no longer really work either for health reasons and/or practical reasons. We've had to re-learn a bit and try new things. This one had the biggest potential to drive a bit of a wedge between us almost literally, but communication has been the key to unlocking this new adventure.
Lots of changes, but we've embraced them.