Post # 1
I’m surprised at how depressing this newlywed forum is! (gee-if only all the brides-to-be would read through here, maybe they’d change their mind, Lol!)
seriously, we’ve been married 6 weeks now and it’s incredible! I didnt expect to feel any different, and for a few weeks after I didn’t think I did… but now, i realize I DO.
I’m more in love, more commited, I feel more secure in our relationship and our future, our connection is amazing, our sex life is back (pre-wedding stress was taking its toll) and the fact that our guests’ generosity paid for our honeymoon, the remainder of our wedding expenses, and a whole pile of gifts doesn’t hurt either. (having a budget wedding helps in this regard- no one likes debt!)
It’s about marrying the love of your life, isn’t it? Why are so many new wives unhappy? (or maybe it’s just on here- all the happy ones aren’t posting on the bee anymore… hehe)
who else is still is the lovey dovey happy honeymooning phase?! 🙂
Post # 3
We are!!! I absolutely LOVE being married. I’ve loved my newlywed year, learning how to make a marriage work and how to be a wife.
I’m sure more people feel lovey dovey too, it just isn’t something you talk about a lot? Whereas if you have relationship problems, they’re talked about more often. So I think that’s where the bias comes in.
Post # 4
Meeeeeeeee!!!! Love my new husband so much! He went away for the weekend and I missed him so much, I jumped on him when he got in. I didnt think I would feel so different after the wedding, but I feel more even more in love with him and proud that he is my husband now that we are married 🙂
Post # 5
I am! Granted, it has only been 10 days, but based on our happy 3 years prior to marriage, I don’t think it will be changing (for the worse) anytime soon 🙂 Having the wedding stress over and done with is WONDERFUL, and we are just so happy to be husband and wife 🙂 I am loving marriage so far 😀
Post # 6
I guess I’m technically still a newlywed, right? :p I’m pretty damn happy. 2012 hasn’t been the best year thanks to some lovely outside forces at play, but our relationship is stronger than ever and I love him a hundred times more than I did on the wedding day if that’s possible.
Post # 8
I agree. People ask me if anything’s changed… and I always reply no since we’ve been together for so long. But now that you mention it, I do feel closer to him and we flirt a lot more. Increased libido… and just overall affection.
I do anticipate a bigger “change” when we own our first home together though.
Post # 9
@mtnhoney: We’ve been married over a year and we love being married
Post # 10
@mtnhoney: why the dig at more expensive weddings? is that really necessary or even related to your question?
dh and I aren’t really newlyweds anymore–it’s been over 2 years (since what other people would def consider a “big budget” wedding!) but we’re still really, really happy–he’s my best friend and I’m very lucky to get to spend the rest of my life with him 🙂
Post # 11
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
We’re coming up on our 1 year anniversary, and every day of married life is better than the day before. I just can’t believe how lucky I am to be married to Mr. LK. Every day is such a blessing.
Post # 12
We got married the 8th, and not much is different (we lived together 3 years prior). I’m happy to say we were very happy to begin with and still are. I’m in the – it doesn’t feel real – phase still. And we get giggly calling each other “husband” and “wife.
One thing I did notice was while on our mini-moon we visited a state park and climbed a (very very tall) look-out tower and while I’ve never been scared of heights, I was shaky and really nervous/apprehensive. I couldn’t figure out why I felt that way, but as we were talking later, we thought it might be that I felt that much more protective of my now husband. Weird.
Post # 13
- Wedding: November 2011 - Florida Aquarium
Count me in. Our first year of marriage has been a fantastic year, and I’m still looking forward to the rest our lives together!
Post # 14
I’d say we are more in love now than ever before– but TBH it’s been tough! Darling Husband had some bad news regarding his health shortly after our honeymoon, a death in the family hit hard and caused major family drama so….. I’m just glad we have each other and year 2 can be all about bliss lol.
Post # 15
Things are good, sort of, but not in a bad way. I miss my Darling Husband so much. Just two weeks after we got married his work trip that he planned on being one week out- one week back- then two weeks out (a few states away), got changed to 3 weeks out, in a row. So as he slaves away (he had like 35+ hours of overtime last week!) I am stuck at home, rather depressed. I am looking forward to his return though! I miss his big arms around me and the way he sometimes tries to get tangled with me in bed. I think I’ll be planning the first few meals for the next 10 days!
@Crabbabs: Were did you guys go? We went to peninsula state park and door county on our mini-moon.
Post # 16
Marrying Darling Husband was the BEST DECISION EVER.