Our Love Life Resolution

Believe it or not, Rhonnel and I only had one petty quarrel in our 11 years together. We do not fight it is because we always compromise and we do not blame each other for any mistakes committed. Maturity is a big factor in marriage and it is good that we were both at the right age when we got married. Boring? Of course not! We still manage to keep the candles burning; surprises, kissing, hugging, saying “I love you’s”, but still, there is room for a love resolution.

Rhonnel was always bragging me about going out, just the two of us, but no one will look after RJ so it is always remained as a plan. Last December when my Mom stayed in our house for several days, we took advantage of that. We went out and had a couple bottles of beer each at Seafood Island in Cubao. There was an acoustic playing the 80s and 90s music. We can both relate to the music and enjoyed it while we were talking and reminiscing. We had our coffee at Starbucks after. It was already 2am when we decided to stay somewhere where no one can disturb us…wink!

We enjoy going out with RJ but for the couple to be alone for a while is different. We had the chance to be nostalgic and looked back on our foolishness and escapades while hugging each other.  That was a lovely night. And so, that will be our love life resolution…to go out once in a while, just the two of us.

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  1. You touched on something in your post that as a couple my wife and I are trying to get resolved and thats to have a night out just the 2 of us. With no real childcare options its tricky yet it is so important to do as it restokes the fires in a relationship. Maybe I’ll have to get your Mom to visit here

  2. Great article! That’s a splendid idea. It is truly important to spend some time with your lifetime partner even if you are married for years. Thanks for sharing!

  3. yeah, great article – I agree, I think compromise is the key as well as finding those humorous moments every day.

  4. Patrick Fitz-Gibbon says:

    You are very lucky, my wife and I are in a constant battle at the moment where the slightest mistake causes major problems and it is not a nice way to be. I am going to show her your post and hopefully use it as a catalyst for change, Thank you

  5. Ian Tayao says:

    That is a great relationship. It is amazing. A couple can learn from your tips. Salamat.

  6. Now that what they call a fairy love tale but it sure is true,,, its exactly how i plan my married life to be… congratulations to you two for living the dream 🙂 have fun God Bless

  7. You said, “We do not fight it is because we always compromise and we do not blame each other for any mistakes committed. Maturity is a big factor in marriage and it is good that we were both at the right age when we got married.” This is such a good thing to remember when going into a marriage. I feel that nowadays we lose sight of the maturity you are writing about and focus too much on the petty things! Great post!! Thanks so much!

  8. Only 1 quarrel in 11 years? And twas petty at that? Wow! I am envious of you! I don’t think I know anyone who has such a peaceful relationship as yours. You two are more than lucky in love.

    If I may ask….what was that 1 petty quarrel about?

    Cheers!

    Mike
    San Jose Property Management

  9. “We had the chance to be nostalgic and looked back on our foolishness and escapades while hugging each other” – This is so important in keeping a relationship going. A lot of people don’t realize how difficult this can become later in the relationship, but you simply have to find time to do this with your loved one. Great read thanks.

    All the best
    Bill Jenkins
    Webmaster, BestLawnMowerReviews.net

    • @bill
      I agree that a couple must see the humor in their adventures to keep the relationship alive. I like this blog and I think that more couples should read the post. There is nothing uncertain when it comes to relationships. With this love life resolution, there is a public evidence and it is good. Keep the fire burning!

      nathan anderson

  10. Valerie Mccue says:

    Great article!

  11. It’s great to have a time for yourselves alone without your child. Couples must have their own time too to rekindle emotions and feelings. That was a much needed escapade you had for the two of you alone. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

  12. reading through your CC post and visiting today from the bloggers exchange 😀

  13. Korek ka Mommy Rossel…even if we’ve been married na to our partners for so many years, it is still important to have some precious time alone with our husbands…to rekindle the fire as what they say hehe…who knows baka maging ate pa si RJ haha

  14. Wishing you a great weekend,sis!

    Visiting thru The Bloggers Exchange

  15. having regular dates together, kahit na married na kayo, is really a great way for couples to keep the flame burning. parang date ng mag-bf pa din…hehehe. we need alone time din with our spouses, without our makukulit na kids.lol! 🙂

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