Mark your wife’s birthday, your wedding anniversary, and Mother’s Day on your calendar every year and plan to make those days special. Take twenty minutes several nights a week to read, discuss, and pray through a shorter book such as Ephesians or Philippians.12. Visit where your wife grew up and where you grew up. Spend an evening stargazing with your wife and talking about dreams you have for the future. Spend an evening reminiscing with your wife about all you’ve been through together and all God has done and redeemed in your life together. Devote the next month to studying a book of the Bible with your wife. Hold your wife’s hand often, in public and in private.14. Tell your wife that Jesus loves her more than you do. My prayer is that the power of the gospel would drive how you date your wife and implement these ideas. Take your wife to dinner and to a movie she wants to watch. important to make sure to keep it up once you’re hitched. It’s all too easy for life to get in the way and to forget just how wonderful spending time together is.
To save money, I recommend finding another nearby couple with young children and switching off. For couples with many children, finding friends to take them may be difficult. It was usually a meal that was easy for her and fun for us, such as frozen waffles.
According to Arthur Aron, Ph D, a professor of psychology at Stony Brook University, going on interesting dates is good for a marriage.
Dinner at the same old restaurant each week will only bring more ho-hum into an already ho-hum relationship. Aron says, you've got to make it a point to try new things.
It was a clear rule that when they had peace and quiet night we were not to disturb them.
This gave them two hours to spend together as a couple.