Tamar Braxton tells all in her Madame Noire video session where she answered fan questions about everything from her sex life to how she felt about her body after having baby Logan. The singer, who says she goes to all of her sisters for mommy questions (but relies mostly on her mom since she's the one who babysits the most), said that she's not really craving another pregnancy at the moment.
"I have no desire to be pregnant again," she said. "It was cool, I love my baby, he's amazing, he's gorgeous, and he's delicious, but being pregnant takes you out of your own element. I like to have cocktail time with my sisters and myself. No, I don't want to be pregnant; that ain't fun."
She also admitted that her sex life with husband Vince isn't as lively as it used to be mainly because she's scared of her uterus falling out of place.
"And I ain't trying to get pregnant again. Ain't nobody got time for that!" she exclaimed. "But I love my man."
Braxton opened up about her beauty routine, which has only gotten more intense since the baby arrived last June, and how she's feeling about her body post-pregnancy.
"I'm feeling much better about my body. Right after I had him, not so good. Trying to figure out, 'OK, when is this weight coming off?' And true, no shade, honest to God...when I got home from the hospital, the first thing I did, I got on the scale. My baby was six pounds, I only lost four, and I was trying to figure out now how is this possible?! But nobody tells you that you're full of fluid after you have a baby. So I was a little fatty."
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