Once we have kids, I think it’s just as important—if not more so—to keep dating one another.
As a mom, I want my daughter to have everything she needs (and more).
But if a husband and wife hardly spend time together, it’s difficult for that love and affection to grow.
Dating your spouse doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult, but to maintain—and grow—a healthy marriage, consistently dating your partner is important to do.
So, most of the time, we grab coffee at our favorite café or dinner at one of our regular spots.
After thinking about our talk, and what I ♦◊♦Dating is a tryout for marriage.
Dating offers you the chance to explore and learn before you make the serious commitment of marriage.
The caveat to keeping things simple is that there are times when a fancy night out or adventurous date is exactly what you both need.
New experiences together are fun, and they create opportunities to bond together in a different way.But more than many other things, children want to know that their parents are in love and that they enjoy one another. Having a consistent date night won’t guarantee a healthy marriage, but it provides intentional space to grow together as a couple.