Dating after baby.

It seems like it has been forever and a day since my husband and I have had some time alone. Obviously we aren't complaining much about it and are enjoying every moment with Michael. However, after reading The Idea's Room "Keep the Sparks Flying" it made me realize that my dear husband and I haven't set some time alone. This is indeed not a good thing. I will say this, we are in no way in imminent danger of having a failing marriage. We are far from that, but that still doesn't mean that we should neglect what has brought us together.

Here are a few of Heather's ideas for conversation starters for you. Hopefully it will help you as well to keep conversation going in your relationship as well.

1. Name three countries you would like to visit.
2. Which celebrity annoys you the most?
3. How would you spend 10,000,000 dollars? (My husband loves this question.)
4. If you could try out any occupation for a year, what would it be?
5. On a scale of 1 to 10 how cool are you?
1. If you could rewind to any point in your past, what would you want to relive?
2. If you could take lessons to become an expert at anything, what would it be?
3. How would you spend a perfect day alone?
4. What would you want us to do together for the next ten years if you knew they were our last?
5. What’s the most honest thing you have ever done?
6. How would you like people to describe you at your funeral?

WHILE SHARING DESSERT, or eating your very own
1. Hollywood called, they want to make a movie about your life, who would play you?
2. Name something you love that no one seems to like. (Or name something that everyone seems to love except for you.)
3. What’s the one item you own that you know you should get rid of but never will?
4. Name one thing you miss about our dating years? (Then talk about how you can make it a part of your dating again.)
5. Last one, make it good! What’s something positive about me that you don’t say often enough? (Then decide to say it more.) 

Credit: The Idea Room