Great dating ideas for married couples

28-May-2016 22:31

I know, I know…just lost major romantic points here. Many years ago, however, we did a competition for who could create the best dates for or less.The great thing is Keith is very similar in his sensibilities. We swapped off weekends and each week, one of us would be responsible for planning our next great adventure. One of his dates involved taking me to a Patti La Belle with Frankie Beverly and Maze concert. Let’s not talk about the group of guys seated below us who missed the memo that marijuana wasn’t legal in California. Now, if you have neighbors who can see into your backyard or if you’re in an apartment, it may be best to just open the window in your bedroom.

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.

Find a list of questions to ask one another as conversation starters.

We hope you find encouragement here as we share our story of God’s faithfulness.

Some of these ideas are home grown, and many are as a result of scouring the web for some of the best inexpensive date nights out there. And if you want to stay in, while still getting in a great workout, have fun with a little Sexercise. Kid-Free Slumber Party: Make a cozy pallet for you and your spouse on the living room floor [with] lots of blankets, pillows, snacks, and movies. Last week, I met a man in his mid-70s who put on his bucket list 40 years ago to travel to more than 200 non-US cities in his lifetime. Gather memorabilia that symbolizes your love for one another. I’d never even thought about this but it makes so much sense. If you live near a beach, lake, stream or riverwalk, this is perfect for you – the stereotypical “walk on the beach” isn’t actually cliche at all. It’s not too late to declare tomorrow National Lazy Day? And the many commitments between your first words and that final line are something worth celebrating.

We call it a ‘slumber party.‘ It’s a little silly, but super fun and makes us enjoy the little things in life. He was at #182 and was hitting the road this summer to travel to another 10 more. Grab a couple notebooks and write down all the dreams you hope to accomplish before you ‘kick the bucket’ and decide together which ones you will tackle first (and which ones you can do for free). A wedding invitation, saved wine cork, concert/plane ticket, copy of children’s birth records, meaningful photos, love letters and anything else that is unique to the story of your love. Load it up with tons of hay (if you have some available), sleeping bags, some snacks and a bottle of wine. Hardly anyone is out early at the local parks and you’ll enjoy the lovely light of morning as you sip your steamy lattes, munch on some fruit, take a stroll or just sit around and smooch. This is especially fun if you don’t live in the south and have only seen a fish fry on television. The Mighty Ducks (not kidding, there really was three). Some of the greatest memories I have with my husband are holding hands walking along the water somewhere in the world. Sit across from each other and set the timer for 60 minutes.

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. Find a list of questions to ask one another as conversation starters. We hope you find encouragement here as we share our story of God’s faithfulness. Some of these ideas are home grown, and many are as a result of scouring the web for some of the best inexpensive date nights out there. And if you want to stay in, while still getting in a great workout, have fun with a little Sexercise. Kid-Free Slumber Party: Make a cozy pallet for you and your spouse on the living room floor [with] lots of blankets, pillows, snacks, and movies. Last week, I met a man in his mid-70s who put on his bucket list 40 years ago to travel to more than 200 non-US cities in his lifetime. Gather memorabilia that symbolizes your love for one another. I’d never even thought about this but it makes so much sense. If you live near a beach, lake, stream or riverwalk, this is perfect for you – the stereotypical “walk on the beach” isn’t actually cliche at all. It’s not too late to declare tomorrow National Lazy Day? And the many commitments between your first words and that final line are something worth celebrating.We call it a ‘slumber party.‘ It’s a little silly, but super fun and makes us enjoy the little things in life. He was at #182 and was hitting the road this summer to travel to another 10 more. Grab a couple notebooks and write down all the dreams you hope to accomplish before you ‘kick the bucket’ and decide together which ones you will tackle first (and which ones you can do for free). A wedding invitation, saved wine cork, concert/plane ticket, copy of children’s birth records, meaningful photos, love letters and anything else that is unique to the story of your love. Load it up with tons of hay (if you have some available), sleeping bags, some snacks and a bottle of wine. Hardly anyone is out early at the local parks and you’ll enjoy the lovely light of morning as you sip your steamy lattes, munch on some fruit, take a stroll or just sit around and smooch. This is especially fun if you don’t live in the south and have only seen a fish fry on television. The Mighty Ducks (not kidding, there really was three). Some of the greatest memories I have with my husband are holding hands walking along the water somewhere in the world. Sit across from each other and set the timer for 60 minutes.I never knew how difficult it would be to go on dates with my husband once we had a kid! We decided that we would try to have a date night at least twice a month. Rent a four wheeler, snowmobile, scooter, waver runner or something you can do a little exploring on.