#6. Be more spontaneous
#3. Even if the kids seem like they're not listening, they are.
He thinks we have a 50-50 division of labor in our house -- but, trust me, we don't.
Her remarks were so offensive that even my normally mother-protective husband winced.
Yes, a getaway would be amazing, but that's not so easy to pull off as a parent. These things are.
Because here's the thing: It would be so easy to fall out of love with my husband at this stage.
Not to be a total buzzkill, dear husband, but here's how it is right now when it comes to you, me, and sex.
I am 99 percent sure that his attitude comes from squeamishness, but what if he's secretly planning to start a second family in Utah?
THEN: I got some new toys for us to try out. NOW: I got a free month of Netflix for us to try out.
He has been my rock for over a decade, and has witnessed my mental health journey.
They’re smart, funny, and cute. But I'm grateful for my husband's two work wives, not threatened by them.
Like the time he super glued a shelf to the wall, instead of using screws and nails.
Nothing improves a relationship like deciding to grow old together.
These things buzz into my bitter mind when he asks to go out after I've spent all day with the baby.