My wife and I were married on May 21st, 2011. It was one of the best days of my life. I found the woman for me, and my other half. But what about when the honeymoon wears off? What's marriage really like? Here's a few things I've learned.
My wife and I broke the news yesterday that we are expecting a baby due in late October. Because the first trimester is over and the risk of miscarriage greatly reduces, we decided it was time to share the exciting news. However, it's been tough keeping it a secret. There's also some other tough parts those first three months, like dealing with hormones.
1. Your wife may not be the same person for a while.
If you've been on Facebook or Twitter today, you've undoubtedly noticed several people changing their profile picture to a red equal sign that is spreading rapidly around the web. What is this supposed to signify?
I was an altar boy at a Roman Catholic Church for several years. In that amount of time I met and served with many priests that came through our town. Some would come and talk about mission work they were doing. Others would fill in for a time when our church was in between a Priest. As an altar boy, we were constantly urged to consider becoming a priest ourselves from these traveling clergymen. But, one Priest stands out with what he told me about how much regret he had, and it still bothers me today.
I was horrified today when I read an article that more men are ditching traditional bachelor parties and opting for quiet parties with friends. I'm guessing it's one of these guys, with a picture saying "One Wild Weekend." Yeah when I'm ready to party, I grab my skinny jeans. Ughh. An example in the article of a boring bachelor party was eating sushi and playing ping pong ball. PING PONG BALL! WITH NO BOOZE!?
People's attitudes are changing. A new article says Obama may adopt legislation to make it recognized nationwide. A new Gallup Poll found that half of Americans believe same-sex couples should have the same right to marry as heterosexuals do. That's actually down from a year ago, but it was the second year that a majority of Americans supported same-sex marriage.
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