Wow! I love the 5 posts already in for the giveaway! If you want to enter, comment on the post below about how you keep the romance alive in your marriage.
My tip for today comes from my friend, Angie, who says “My husband and I text each other on our phones during the day. It might just be “how r u doing?”, “thinking of u”, “hello beautiful/handsome”, “can’t wait till your home”, “love you”, “xxxoooxxxoo”, or even more intimate comments, etc. but it keeps us thinking of each other. Doesn’t happen every day but cheers us up when we receive them.”
Those of you who have posted have already encouraged me so much! Thank you for sharing your wonderful tips!
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My husband and I will be married 28 years this year. One way we keep the romance alive is friday night date night. Our daughter works at the movie theater so we can attend for free. Every friday night we go to the movie. We still hold hands in public. Also he knows that I love flowers but he won’t buy me flowers, he will stop along the side of the road and pick wild flowers or climbing roses. I send him ballons with candy on no special occasion. I send him text messeges to tell him how much I love him for working so hard and providing for our family. He really likes to unwrap his present at Christmas………..
Jill, well it’s not always easy for my husband, Larry, and I to keep our romance alive when we have an 18 month old to chase after and I am 7 months pregnant, but we try. One way that may seem so simple but it really refreshes us is to crawl into bed as early as we can and read together. We either read a book to stregnthen our marriage (such as Red Hot Monogamy), or a book from a church class or scripture. This really creates more intimacy and passion for us because we are together and we ask each other questions to gain a deeper insight. And when we are done we can pray as we fall asleep in each others arms! I love my special time with Larry!
Madly in love wife and mommy,