This post is all about you and your Happy Hubby.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, here are a few websites/articles that have really blessed me in my pursuit of honoring God with my marriage and having some fun!
The one piece of marriage advice that keeps ringing in my ears is to date your spouse.
This article featured at How Does She? has 8 Dating Tips that will spice up the time you two love birds spend together.
Once you’ve brushed up on your dating techniques, check out this post at Six Sisters’ Stuff that has the BEST list of 50 Fun and Cheap Date Ideas.
You might be thinking – as I so often do – it’s HARD to actually GET OUT when you have a little one under your roof, so here is a fantastic list of creative things you and your Happy Hubby can do together – all while your Happy Buddy is sleeping in his bed!
This list has really helped me to be intentional about that precious time I have with the Happy Hubby after the Happy Buddy is sweetly dreaming.
Check it out at Simply Modern Mom!
Another fabulous thing you can do at home is whip out this Emergency Romance Kit from Happy Home Fairy.
Just what you need to regroup after a long day!
Plus, you could make a few for your friends to enjoy with their Happy Hubbies! 🙂
When we CAN get out on a date, I am definitely going to try this Bookstore Date from The Dating Divas!
The Happy Hubby and I both love to read, so I think he will have a blast with these super fun (and totally free) activities.
Blessed Mommy posted 101 Ways to Tell Your Husband “I Love You.”
I agreed with everything she said and think that if you choose a few to do each day – your marriage will blossom into something so sweet and so strong and so pleasing to Jesus.
Print this FREE Printable from Just Make Stuff and stick it in an 8×10 frame. Use a dry erase marker to answer the question each day for your Happy Hubby to read and be encouraged.
They need to know we are on their side!
Or pop one of these FREE Printable Love Notes from Crafts and Sutch into random places around your Happy Hubby’s things for him to find.
I personally like to stick notes for the Happy Hubby under the toilet seat lid – haha!
And, finally, I really enjoyed this article about Valentine’s Day Expectations from one of my favorite daily reads, The Generous Wife.
Her wisdom will really help you make sure that Valentine’s Day is a blessing for you both.
Now go give your Happy Hubby a call or a text and let him know how much you love him!
Happy Marriage-ing! 🙂
“I have found the one my soul loves…” Song of Solomon 3:4