Tomorrow my husband and I will be married for 6 years. As you know, we have a 3-year-old daughter and another one on the way. So how can we celebrate? In this post, I am going to share 4 simple ways that we may celebrate our marriage. If you are looking for ideas then this is the post for you.
4 Simple Ideas You Might Find Enjoyable
1. Going for a walk outdoors: My husband and I are pretty active people. I love the outdoors and we both love to walk. If the weather permits then a nice walk in the great outdoors is perfect. Benefits: we can pull out the stroller and have our daughter with us. We get our vitamin D from being out in the sun. We get our workout done. We can talk and catch up on things. Best of all, we get to have our family together and still enjoy one another.
2. Watching a movie at home: We both enjoy watching movies and enjoy them even more from the comfort of our own home. On our anniversary, if we watch a movie we will probably enjoy it at night when our daughter is sleeping. Benefits: if we wait until she is sleeping, we can watch the movie in one sitting. By watching from home we can wear whatever we want and just relax. We can cuddle undisturbed. We won’t have to watch cartoons and we can enjoy ourselves. We can spend quality one on one time.
3. Dinner date at home or go out to eat: This one doesn’t require us to have a babysitter either. We can go out to eat and have our little girl right along with us. If we go out, we can dress up and have a good time sitting down to eat. If we stay home, we can cook whatever we want, dress up if we choose to, and then enjoy our meal and ourselves. Benefits: eating in or out doesn’t matter we still get to enjoy ourselves. We won’t need a babysitter but we can get one if we choose to. We get to enjoy a nice meal together. My favorite thing about this is that we get to be together.
4. The two of us may get out and do a couple’s activity: This one is perfect when you have a babysitter. You two can go bowling, get a couple’s massage, go to Dave and Buster’s, have more of a romantic dinner date, or anything of your choosing. Benefits: you both get to enjoy each other and you don’t have to wait for your kids to go to sleep. Your destination doesn’t have to be kid friendly. Your focus can be fully one another because you don’t have to keep an eye on your children.
Now it is your turn! How do you and your spouse celebrate your marriage anniversary? Do you have kids? If so, do you incorporate them into the day or do you find a babysitter? Share your different ideas in the comment section below. I would love to read them.
Thank you for your support.
See you again next week!