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50 Romantic Ways To Tell Your Huband You Love Him

My husband and I have been so very blessed when it comes to love. That’s why I wanted to share this post, 50 Romantic Ways To Tell Your Huband You Love Him.

We’ve been through it all- miscarriage, illness, the death of a child, losing parents, too many moves to count, and the list goes on. And to top it off we work in family law which as you can imagine involves a great deal of stress and being subjected to a great deal of other people’s misery and sadness, Did I mention we now have three teens living under the same roof with us? :o)

It certainly helps that we are so very compatible and each other’s very best friend.

We make each other laugh daily through thick and thin.

It’s more than just these things though. We really work at it.

First and foremost we’re kind to each other.

I think this is a gift we’ve been given because we met after each of us had been through divorce and extreme heartbreak. I imagine it’s also a factor that we’re older and have more tolerance and patience. Back to working at it though.

When I say we work at it I mean we do little things that have a huge impact on one another.

One of my favorite books is 10,000 Ways To Say I Love You by Gregory J.P. Godek. That’s where I find some of the best inspirational material to show my husband just how much I love him. (I just bought the Kindle edition to have it on my phone so that I can find a romantic idea at a moments notice.- It just makes me feel like I’m on the ball when it comes to proving to him just how much I love him and remember loving people are loved people!:o))

Here’s a list of some of my favorites:

  1. Send your husband a funny e-card
  2. “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” Mother Teresa
  3.  Cuddle in front of a campfire
  4.  Get a sleeping bag made for two
  5.  “I love him for himself alone.” Sheridan
  6.  A note: “I know we’re soulmates because…”
  7.  “Live as you would have wished to live when you are dying.” Charles F. Gellert
  8.  “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” Albert Einstein
  9.  Say this: “Boy, I’m glad I met you!”
  10.  Create an iPod library of romantic music
  11.  Touch more
  12.  Live every day with passion
  13.  Practice your cuddling skills while watching TV
  14.  “Perfection is neither possible nor necessary.” Maria Regnier Krimmel
  15.  “One does not fall ‘in’ or ‘out’ of love. One grows in love.” Leo Buscaglia
  16.  Give lovey-dovey greeting cards
  17.  Send love notes via email every day for a year
  18.  Tease your spouse in a subtly sexy way while out in public
  19.  Swing together on playground swings
  20.  “Loved people are loving people.” Katharine Hepburn
  21.  Read aloud to each other in bed
  22.  A note: “Thank you for being the father of my children.”
  23.  Believe in your partner
  24.  Cook dinner together
  25.  “Life is not what you did. It’s what you are doing.” Jim Burns
  26.  A note: “I’m uncomfortable saying this out loud, but I want you to know how I feel about you…”
  27.  “Keep in mind this daily notion: There are no ordinary moments.” Dan Millman
  28.  Hide a greeting card under your partner’s pillow
  29.  Give him a red rose boutonniere to wear during your next date
  30.  Practice forgiveness
  31.  Encourage humor
  32. Remember: Romance is about the little things
  33.  Use body paints!
  34.  Believe in magic
  35.  The “King for a Day” Coupon: The male coupon-holder is entitled to be treated like royalty for a twenty-four-hour period
  36.  Stock up on romantic gifts during the Valentine season
  37.  Remove the TV from your bedroom
  38.  Bring home is favorite ice cream
  39.  Do-It-Yourself Romantic Picnic: 1 loaf of bread, 1 hunk of cheese, 1 bottle of wine
  40.  End each day together with a kiss
  41. Make your bedroom your romantic hideaway
  42.  Give him a great big bear hug
  43.  Live in the moment
  44.  A note: Here’s something I haven’t said to you in a long, long time…”
  45.  Get his favorite comic strip blown up to poster size
  46.  Nibble his ear
  47. When he’s away, buy him an awesome easy chair
  48.  Believe in miracles
  49.  Get matching tattoos
  50.  Enemy of love: Stress

I could go on and on as these are just a few of my favorites that inspire me to be a better mate and what better time to practice some of these- Valentine’s Day is just around the corner!

Hugs, Kelli

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Welcome. I’m Kelli and I’m really glad to meet you. I’m an adoring wife to my soulmate and mother to four precious kiddos. I’m on a mission teaching others what I’ve learned so far in this crazy thing called life. I just love love love being a mommy and next, I'm crazy about blogging and it is my fondest wish to create that same sense of joy in all those who visit my site. I am here to teach others how to do a bunch of things related to family, faith, family fun, fabulous finds for home and family, and financial freedom through the art of blogging and creating digital products. Stick with me and I'll have you sitting pretty on top of your own domestic and blogging empire! Enjoy!:)

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