|My beautiful baby boy.|
|My Hubby took some insane maternity photos for me.|
|This is my daughter in the NICU spending time with her Daddy|
I promise to move you all over the country and uproot you every chance I get. (Okay that one was really said, and while true, only meant to be funny)
I promise to go everywhere you take me and make it work. Even if it is hard at first, after my seemingly eternal, but truly brief depression, I will figure it out.
I promise to look beyond myself and consider ways to meet your needs in the way that you need them met instead of the way I think it would work best.
I won't remember every single mean thing you say to me, but rather write the love notes and compliments on my heart as love keeps no record of wrongs.
Most of all we would promise to face our problems head on and not by attacking one another, but by coming together to find the answer. Like any other problem we will look to the book where the answers can be found. (B.I.B.L.E in case I don't make that clear)
Just because a minister told you about budgeting and asked you why you wanted to get married, doesn't mean you are ready or qualified. One thing that will stir up a marriage is if one person is ready to put Jesus first and the other isn't. Knowing who you are in Christ before you "I Do" is a major player in a happy marriage.