The simple and sweet, savoring slow rhythms with partners who cradle our babies and carry our hearts.
While each marriage is different, we can all agree there are some universal things that can help strengthen and nurture a marriage even in the difficult season of raising littles. What are some of your favorite ways to keep the fire burning in the relationship with your significant other?
Because an "attitude of gratitude" is not the easiest thing to conquer, we're launching the Cheers, Mama! #gratefulmamachallenge. Join us for the next seven days on Instagram (or feel free to follow along privately) by posting one thing you're grateful for about your spouse each day. It can be related to how they parent or just who they are.
Marriage definitely takes a toll when kids come along. Even though it's hard, there are ways to still prioritize your spouse and keep your marriage strong. We reached out to Cheers, Mama! followers for some tips on keeping marriage alive in the midst of parenting.
Oliver loves nothing more (except for maybe a bottle of milk) than spending time with his grandma and nana. We've been very blessed by both of our moms buying or borrowing some things, just for Oliver, to keep in their homes so we don't have to haul absolutely everything with us for a visit. Here are a few items for grandmas to stock if they have little grandkids visiting. Your adult children will be so thankful.
Thirty-nine years later we are still very much in love and thankful for all our marriage has given us. We’ve grown up and our marriage has thrived! Thankfully we have learned a few things (most of them, the hard way) that would have helped us through some of those difficult years.
Father's Day is just around the corner and to celebrate we've got practical gift ideas galore. Here's to celebrating and reminding the dads in our lives how much they mean to us.
We’ve endured many stresses and changes together since we were teenagers, but nothing tests a marriage like trying to keep a tiny human alive. Here are some of our best tips (learned through total trial and error) for surviving, and hopefully thriving, in your marriage as parents.
For better or worse, our children are a reflection of us, if they look good (in a way), I believe I do too. In this “newddler” stage, taking time to get them ready leaves little time for me, and to be honest, I’m OK with that.
On this Memorial Day, we want to honor the men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our country. And for the families who have lost their loved ones and feel like every day is Memorial Day, our sincerest thanks for giving our country one of its greatest heroes.