What could be better than sitting close on a rooftop somewhere, talking & laughing & watching the sun come up? Have an extravagant brunch at 8am Get dressed up & do breakfast properly.
Make a big deal out of it, & include fabulous pancakes, decadent waffles, poached eggs & the best hollandaise.
"Take a walk along the beach in the middle of the day.
If things get awkward, you can laugh about the old man in the purple Speedo.
Remember when you and your partner used to go on date nights? Keep in mind that your date doesn't have to be expensive.
Then offer to start a bonfire together when the sun goes down — it'll give you a good opportunity for some romantic alone time." "Go to the beach or a pretty outdoor spot right around the time the sun is going to set, and have a picnic with all your favorite foods.
Ask your guy to make something he thinks you'll like, and you should try to do the same!
When my husband and I were first married, we were both working full-time and had no kids, so each week we would head out to dinner or a play or a concert or a movie . Plus, I don’t want to leave my 4 month old baby with just anyone! even if you don’t like these ideas, there are links to approximately 350 MORE date ideas at the bottom of this post. That will take care of date nights for the next 7 years! 🙂 And before we jump into the date ideas, I just wanted to share with you two things that have helped my marriage so much: This cute journal will change the way that you look at your spouse and your marriage.
We have a student loan debt the size of Alaska (thank you Physical Therapy school) and can’t afford a babysitter every weekend.