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Think back to when you first got married. What was it like to be a newlywed?
If your marriage is like mine, you're probably thinking about all the romantic rendezvous you experienced with your spouse. Or maybe the endless craving for sexual intimacy you had for each other. And quite possibly the pure happiness of waking up in your husband's arms, every single morning. You probably even continued going on dates together. One thing is certain, you had valuable "Couple Time."
Have things changed over the years?
They certainly have in my home! And I don't mean for that to sound bad. It's just that as life happens, and over time the romance starts to fade. Family responsibilities and job pressures cloud over the flame that was once very strong and vibrant. The demands that come with having children sometimes suck up any time or energy we have that would otherwise be devoted to our marriage.
I'll share a little bit of my story.
Once upon a time, my hubby and I lived quite the carefree, romantic lifestyle. We both slept eight or more hours each night. Our bank account was substantial. We could come and go as we pleased without having to stop and plan. We had beautiful Southern California as our backdrop which only enhanced the romance during our quality time together. And believe me, we went on dates with each other ALL the time.
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