When Matt and I first got engaged, I started asking questions to married couples that I knew in an attempt to understand the deep, dark secrets of marriage. People told me all kinds of things, and I tucked the advice away but didn’t think I’d ever really need some of it. I mean, Matt andContinue reading “4 Ways to Respect Your Husband (And Strengthen Your Marriage)”
It had been a while since we’d been on a date. The whole having-a-kid thing makes it a little more difficult. Suddenly, a month rolls by and you begin to ask yourself the question, “Have I talked to my husband about anything other than poop, bath time, or nap schedules?” I don’t know about otherContinue reading “What Date Nights are Not (After You’re Married)”
No matter how prepared you think you are, there is something a little frightening about those two solid little pink lines. Matt and I are so excited about our baby boy, coming in February 2015.
Last year I wrote a blog about what marriage is not, which addressed the things I learned during the first year of marriage. On St. Patty’s Day, Matt and I hit year number 2, so I began thinking about what (if anything) I learned during that second year. I came up with a list of 16Continue reading “Marriage is the Best Teacher: 16 Things I Learned in Year 2”
After 12 months of marriage, there are only two things that I really know without a doubt: 1. I love my husband more today that I did when I first said “I do.” 2. I have had absolutely no idea what I’ve been doing this past year.
For anyone who wants to get married someday – Do not get married if: 1. You like for dirty clothes to be IN the hamper instead of on the floor BESIDE the hamper. 2. You don’t like it when glasses get left on the coffee table, kitchen table, kitchen counter, bedside table…. 3. You don’tContinue reading “don’t get married if”