I can safely say, no one explained to us how to share the bed as a married couple. It’s just one of those things that you figure out, I suppose. We’ve all grown up with the idea and most of what we think of is learned from TV. Some of you may flash back to Ricky and Lucy in I Love Lucy, Carl and Harriet Winslow from Family Matters, or Tim and Jill Taylor from Home Improvement. Continue reading “Sharing The Bed”
Bedtime Date Nights
If your kids are younger, you probably know first hand how hard it is to get a babysitter. The good ones are often booked up and expensive, and no matter the age of your children or even if you do not have kids, sometimes getting dressed up to go out feels like a chore. Our schedules are often so crazy, that a night at home might be just what we need. We have come up with a list of fun bedtime date night ideas that you and your spouse can do after the kids are asleep from the comfort of your living room.
We’ve Lost Our Spark
Remember when you and your spouse first started dating? If you were like most couples, those early days of your relationship and your marriage were exciting and energetic. You pursued each other. You spent hours talking on the phone or in person. You wanted to always be together. As time moved on, and life got in the way, that spark has probably dimmed or maybe completely burned out. After years of being married, raising kids, working, living life, somewhere along the way, the two of you stopped connecting.
The 5 Goals Every Marriage Should Set
Every healthy marriage is an intentional marriage. The healthiest relationship are the ones that have built-in routines or goals. Let’s look at a few goals that can create a healthy marriage step by step.