I know money is tight right now but you don’t have to spend money to make a memory. Set up a tradition maybe you have a show you both like and you make time to watch it every week while snuggling on the couch. Seems simple I know but trust me this is something you will remember. Maybe you both like to ride your bike or take walks do it!
Please tell me how do you make memories in your house?
4 comments on “Thoughts on Thursday: Make Memories”
For us, we make memories just by spending time together as a family (and even as a couple when we find someone to watch E). We never really do anything special. Just the act of doing something together, either spontaneously or planned makes those moments really special especially since we’re always busy with our own things these days. Those small trips to get ice cream or the walk to the local park or even just eating dinner together….it’s the simple act of being together that makes these memories 🙂 Of course, taking pictures and looking at them together is another thing we like to do together 🙂
Our favorite ‘do-together’ activity is to have a bath! (too much info?). We’re fortunate to have a fairly large jacuzzi in our bathroom, and I’ve spent a lot of time making the bathroom peaceful and relaxing!!!
So it’s easy for us to fill up the tub, light a few candles, and relax! We have baths at least 3 nights a week in the winter and a little less in the summer! It’s a great way to enjoy each others company!
Love your tutorial at Scrappy Gifts!
We get into a new little routine of doing everyday things every few months, and those are the memories that stick out the most over the years- playing board games after the baby goes to bed, all of us going for a walk around the block, etc. Cute post:)
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My son, now in grad school, and I used to make a date to watch The West Wing every Wednesday night. I don’t know if he remembers that, but I do.
My husband and I just carve out time whenever we can. My little tradition for him is making him coffee. I know it’s not a big deal, but since I don’t drink coffee and only learned how to make it three years ago when I married him, it still matters!