October 25, 2011 | Filed in: 31 Days | by Amanda
For the first few years of marriage my husband and I did everything together. We went to school together, worked in the same outlet mall in college, then had shared our children’s pastor job at church, we even had one car for several years. It was a hard transition for me when I became a stay-at-home mom to suddenly be separated from what my husband was doing every day.
Abruptly, I had a new priority. I had to take care of my daughter. And it became overwhelming. Soon I had to fight to keep my husband a priority in my life. Of course, he had my daughter as a priority in his life, too. But as we added our son to the family, we moved away from our children’s pastor jobs, my husband started his own company and more, our priorities have automatically changed. We don’t have the same schedule any more. We don’t ride in the car together twice a day. We don’t have to talk to each other about every decision we make for our jobs.
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