Constantly we get asked when they’re coming and if we want any and why we’re taking so long. We were a young couple when we said “I do” and we knew we wanted to wake up next to each other every day, and we did it! Every year we learn new things about each other and it only makes our relationship closer and stronger, physically, emotionally and even mentally. We talk about “when we have a family”, how fun it will be and what kind of parents we strive to be. We haven’t tried to have children yet and we know there’s many of us out there. Perhaps, they haven’t tried yet, or maybe even, have tried, but haven’t been able to. Whatever the case may be, don’t get frustrated by what the people around you have to say. The perfect time will come! Meanwhile, my husband and I want to grow together and we push each other every day to get to where we want to be. We lift each other up when we feel like falling and we advise each other when we don’t know what step to make next.
I am so thankful for a God who loves each one of us so much that he created a person just right for us. I remember in one of our youth group events, writing down what I wanted in my husband, little did I know that God had something more for me. He gave me what I needed and much more than what I wrote down on that paper. We’re having fun, we have no limits to our dates and we’re enjoying each and every day we’re given with no rush and that’s OKAY. Society can stereotype what a marriage is supposed to be like and can easily judge you in a snap of fingers. Word of advise to all of the marriages out there that still don’t have kids: ENJOY your husband or wife! For the 5 years of our marriage we have shared, we have made the best of our days and have worked on us together as a couple and each other for a better us to one day share our happiness with our little ones in our future. Hold on to every minute you are by your loved one and be spontaneous! You will know when you’re ready to try and it will be a beautiful adventure! For the marriages that do have kids, marriages like us are watching you and we hope to be as great of a parent one day!
My Curly Mess,