My BIL always tells me that every night is date night before kids, but I just don’t agree.
When my husband is playing video games and I am blogging, that’s not a date.
Spend an evening stargazing with your wife and talking about dreams you have for the future. Spend an evening reminiscing with your wife about all you've been through together and all God has done and redeemed in your life together. Devote the next month to studying a book of the Bible with your wife. Visit where your wife grew up and where you grew up.
Hold your wife's hand often, in public and in private.
Take twenty minutes several nights a week to read, discuss, and pray through a shorter book such as Ephesians or Philippians. When I am crafting in my office and he’s downstairs, that’s not a date. Too tired or too ill to actually do anything together besides sit on the couch and watch TV.And when we look back and realized we ate while watching TV every night and can’t remember an actual conversation, we are not dating! I like TV – a lot – but I want more out of our marriage.Our lovely bloggers are: Kids Activities Blog, My Nearest And Dearest, Pleasantest Thing, Play Dr Mom, Glittering Muffins, Inspired By Family Mag, Mama Miss, Life At The Zoo, Toddling Into Madness, Sense of Wonder, Educators’ Spin on It, Little Artists, Home Learning Journey, Frogs And Snails and Puppy dog Tails, Pragmatic Mom, The Good Long Road, Mamas Like Me, Kids Stuff World , Toddler Approved and Adventures in Mommydom See below for the fabulous post they will be sharing with us.I want my children not only to see that I make time for them but that I make time for their daddy.
In our house we do twice a month and it’s perfect for us and we take turns planning the dates.