You used your feminine wiles and scintillating personality to capture his attention, make him fall in love with you and marry you. You might think the hard part is over, but now is not the time to slack off. Your husband needs your loving attention now as much as he did when you were dating.
Mignon McLaughlin said, “A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.” Here are 20 ways to make your husband fall in love with you again and again.
Ask him to flex his muscles, then swoon.
Watch the big game with him. Or even better, invite his friends over and make it a party.
Turn on his favorite music before he gets home.
Make him his favorite meal. With dessert.
Ask him to help you with a problem.
Ask for his opinion.
Tell him he's sexy when he fixes things.
Encourage him to have a night out with the guys. Then, don't pout if he takes you up on it.
Write love notes on the mirror with lipstick. If you're sure the kids won't see, make it a little steamy.
Forgive him when he makes a mistake. Then, never bring it up again.
Brag about him to someone else while he's in earshot.
Ask him about his athletic accomplishments. Then, listen with rapt attention.
Give him a scalp massage as he drifts off to sleep.
Wake him with a kiss... or more.
Tell him he smells great.
Celebrate a personal goal he has achieved. Take him out to dinner or celebrate his favorite way at home.
Notice and thank him for the little things he does for you.
Dress up for him, even if you're not going out.
Take him out to the latest action movie and share a tub of popcorn.
Too often, we get caught up in the newly-discovered faults of our husband once we get married, and we forget to just be nice. Try some of these tips, and come up with some of your own. You will not only make your him fall in love with you again, but you might find yourself falling more in love with him as well.
A parent basically has to muddle her way through the 18-plus-year adventure, rubbing her eyes from the sleep deprivation. When you approach a mother in the wild, go easy. And maybe avoid these observations or questions when talking to a mom of teens.