Wednesday, March 28, 2012
I saw this from Six sisters and loved the idea! Its hard for us to eat our because I can't stop thinking about how I could make this dish cheaper at home. Am i the only one? I hope not. So when I came across this idea, I just loved it! And be sure to browse around their site as well. There are some great ideas.
at 2:30 PM
Sunday, March 18, 2012
But not in the way you are thinking!
I came across this article via Pintrest.
Still recovering from our littlest addition arriving a week ago, my hubby has been just amazing to me. He has been soft spoken, funny, SUPER DUPER helpful etc. I was trying to remember the last time we argued and honestly, it hasn't happened this year. I think that we both (read: me) have been making a bigger effort not to take offense and to really try to listen first. Before getting all uptight and defensive. One thing that Hubby told me was that if something is really bothering him, he would write it down. Then, if after a week, it STILL was bothering him, he would come to me and we would address it together. It has made a HUGE difference. What have you done to help keep your marriage going?
Here are a few highlights but be sire to go over and read it all. Its not long. Promise.
From an eternal perspective, we are all new at marriage and have a lot to learn. A humble approach toward each other allows husbands and wives to learn from one another. Seeking feedback from your spouse about how you are doing and how you could improve might be just what you need to be a better spouse and parent. Remember that insisting on being right is not as important as being united and having the Spirit
ed. Edward L. Kimball (1982), 242.