7 Things You Should Say To Your Guy Every Day
When my husband, Jason, and I were on our honeymoon, we kept running into a sweet older couple at the beach, in line, on tours. The woman took to giving me marriage tips each time we saw each other. Hold his hand. Be nice to his mom. Have lots of sex.
On our last night, I wondered if we'd see each other again when she appeared behind me. She put her arm around my shoulders and said, “Keep talking to each other.”
At the time we were so young and so carefree and so focused on each other, I couldn't imagine not keeping the conversation going. But it happens, doesn't it? Between work and kids and pets, some days I feel like all we do is give each other a high-5 on our way out the door.
I asked seven women what they make sure to say to their husbands every single day. They showed me that with a little heart and humor, you really can make sure to keep talking to each other just like the honeymoon lady told me to.
I love these women's “everyday words” a ridiculous amount and know that you will, too.
Wendi Aarons is a humor writer, mother, curmudgeon, and way too crabby to include any quirky facts in her bio.
Her every day words for her guy are, “I've decided to forgive you for that annoying thing I did yesterday.”
Jenny Kanevsky is the author of Chosen Quarry who blogs at IN OTHER WORDS.
Her every day words for her guy are, “I really love how well you take care of me and the boys.”
Alice Seuffert is wife to Will, mom to Stella (5) and Wes (2), and an education researcher and food blogger at Dining with Alice and the Kitchen Star on the television show, Twin Cities Live.
Her every day words for her guy are, “Thank you.”
Angie Mizzell is a writer and mom of three. She blogs about creating a life that feels like home on her personal blog.
Her every day words for her guy are, “Good morning.”
Katie Kavulla is a Northwest mom to three, a writer for local and national publications, and creator of bellingFAM.
Her every day words for her guy are, “How was work today?”
Ann Imig is a stay-at-home humorist and the founder of Listen to Your Mother, a national series of live readings celebrating motherhood.
Her every day words for her guy are, “I love you, so I made you a cup of coffee. Also, you need to actually make the coffee.”
Taya Dunn Johnson writes on her site about anything and everything while she navigates life as an expressive, vulnerable, humorous, and audacious young, widowed mother of an amazing son, who just happens to be on the autism spectrum.
Her every day words for her guy were, “I love you because (fill in the blank).”
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