5 Easy Ways to Fuel Your Marriage after the Birth of a Child

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Date Night

Our First date night after Thomas was born (3 weeks).

When we bring that little one home from the hospital, we want to give them the best of everything. We nurse or buy the best formula for their little tummies. We get the fancy diapers, softest blankets, and newest gadgets. We cuddle and love and nurture that little one–giving them the best of ourselves. Some new and expectant parents wonder what is it that my newborn really needs? What is the best thing I can do for this child who now holds my heart? 

One of the best things you can do for your newborn really does not involve your newborn at all. 

I’m guest posting over a Jaimie’s today! Click over to read 5 easy ways to fuel your marriage after the birth of a child!

This post is linked with thanks to:

On Your Heart
Soli Deo Gloria
Hip Homeschool Moms
What I Learned This Week
Titus 2sdays
Teach Me Tuesday
Domestically Divine
Tuesday Tips

Comments

  1. Glenda Childers says:

    My mom always said the best thing you can do for your kids … is to love your husband.

  2. Great tips! My husband and I send texts to each other. I always giggle because it sort of feels like we are teenagers. Date nights are so important and usually the last thing a new parent is thinking about!

  3. Love this post! Thank you for linking up with Tuesday Tips. I’ve always been told, the best way for a father to love his children is to love their mother. What a powerful legacy to grow up in a loving home. If we could all see a positive caring relationship first hand, well…the world would be a better place. :)

    • So true! Thanks for letting me know about your link-up. Whenever I have relevant posts, I will be sure to participate! Just FYI, I host a linkup on Wednesdays! You can check it out in my tabs up top!

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