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And speaking of chatting…12) Read the Bible Together.Each week, we try to spend several times together discussing God’s word and praying over our family.Alicia is the owner/editor of Your Vibrant Family; the author of ; and the creator/producer of the "7 Days to a Less Angry Mom Online Video Course,", Christ-Centered Christmas Resources and My Memory Box Organizing System.In addition, she is a monthly contributor for several popular family blogs, including It’s so easy to let making love slide as a priority, but my husband and I have found that regular times of making love bring much needed closeness and keep the spark alive between us. Or even little things like letting him know you’re praying for him can go a long way.8) Love notes. This post has lots of fun spins on the love note idea! Sometimes I stop to give my husband a hug while I’m making dinner.
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If my husband cleans up the kitchen unexpectedly, I am one happy wife.5) Cologne.
I really, really like it when my husband wears a certain cologne.
I always joke with him, “You smell too good to leave this house.” Speaking of that…6) Enjoy being sexual together. It’s not about comparing ourselves to other couples.
Married sex is also not about lust, but about connection. Can I suggest these posts as places to get more perspective on the very sensitive (but so important) topic of married sex? A “just thinking of you” text in the middle of the day is always awesome. Sometimes I put a quick love note in my husband’s suitcase if he’s traveling, or I put them on his desk in our home office.