While these two are often remembered as the world's most scandalous fruit eaters, when it comes to our marriages, we can learn a lot from this original duo.
How can you have a successful marriage? Here is one secret you may not be practicing in your marriage, but should be.
Here are four practical ways we’ve learned to practice patience for the old habits as we work together toward the new.
We’ve learned how to work together and compromise when it comes to cooking. For us, it’s boiled down to three ingredients.
With our words, we can squelch life, tear down, deflate, demean, and bring a kind of death that doesn’t kill the body, but disfigures the soul. Or we can choose to speak life.
The good news is that, as much as food speaks love to Ted, I know a more direct — not to mention less labor-intensive — way to his heart.
The suffering Ted and I experienced together ultimately made our marriage stronger.
Not only are weeknight dates best for our calendar, I’ve come to prefer them. Here are four reasons why.
Even if you feel unqualified, you can still be there for your friends. Here are three things I’m learning normal, non-counselors like you and me can do.
How to do you know when it's time to take a mommy time out? Here are some not-so-subtle signals that warn, “System Overload!”
Sometimes marriage can feel too messy for cleanup. But here’s why we shouldn’t give up.
When we faithfully and cheerfully carry out the work God has given us, our efforts can benefit and add beauty to someone else’s day.
If solving problems together has been difficult lately, then maybe it’s time for you to start a new date-night tradition.
Here are two ways you can salvage a day gone wrong in your marriage.
A lesson some new modern princesses seek to nullify and voidify is this: My daughters do need rescue. Desperately.
There's beauty in a lived in house, one that encourages us to let our guard down and engage in authentic conversation with each other.
Marrification -- or growing into the united state of marriage -- takes time.
Do you ever struggle to stay connected with your spouse when life hits a busy season? Here are three practical ways to stay connected.
Wilson challenges me. He reminds me not to waste the time I’ve been given. Instead to embrace the fact that “life is here. Life is now.”
Yep, at our small castle it’s "Frozen" 14/7. But only because the other 10 hours a day, our daughters sleep.