• Relationships

    Love Challenge

    When you first get together with your husband, your relationship is amazing. With all those butterflies,  you two can’t keep your hands off of each other. But once kids come into the picture…sex is like a foreign word and you put your relationship on the back burner. Your body is not the same, you are always tired, sex drive is non-existent, you never want to be touch after a long day with the kids… the reasons and excuses are endless. According to the HuffingtonPost, “75% of couples feel like their relationship has lost its spark. What’s more, some psychologists estimate that up to 20% of couples have sex no more than 10 times a…

  • Book Review,  Relationships

    Come As You Aren’t

    I was super excited for this, as we are always looking to spice up our sex life. But honestly, I was disappointed and so was my husband. It is a good concept but just didn’t meet our expectations. The description is “This simple role-playing kit will help couples experiment, improvise, and seduce in ways they never would have otherwise imagined. To use the set, one partner draws a Who, a What, and a Where card at random, puts them in an envelope, and then gives the envelope for their partner or leaves it for him or her. From there, it’s up to them to enact the scenarios as they see fit. The…

  • Relationships

    Keeping The Love Alive After Kids

    When a child comes into your life, you have a new priority. It is no longer just the two of you. Now you have this little helpless baby that takes up all of your time and energy. Spit-up, dirty diapers, and a messy house surround you, all while a baby is crying, sleeping on you, and/or sucking on your boob. You need the support from your spouse, and they need it from you. Keeping the love alive after kids is so critical to your relationship, especially when 40-50% of marriages end in divorce. Here are our 7 tips to keeping our love alive.Date NightGetting a night out without the kids…

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    The 5 Love Languages

    There is a saying that “Falling in love is easy, staying in love-that's the challenge.” Each of us has a love language that appeals better than the others. One that makes us feel like we are loved the most. Our love language is most likely totally different from our partners. I know ours are. If we do not understand our partners love language, miscommunication can arouse. Once we can understand our partners love language and our own, we can enjoy and have a long lasting relationship.We were given The 5 Love Languages book about a month before we were married as a gift to keep our love strong. A few…