Once you become a parent, it's easy to forget how your kids came to be in the first place.
Staying connected with your spouse can seem like a huge challenge, especially during the first years of your child's life as you tackle sleepless nights and potty training, and if you don't nurture your relationship, a huge gap can form between you and your partner. In my case, constant traveling by both my husband and I, too many responsibilities and too little time to have time on our own was taking a toll on our marriage. So, last March we decided to take a three-day trip to New York, and we...had a blast. We had uninterrupted conversations. We ate without rushing. And I felt so much more connected to him. In the beginning, we would constantly talk about the kids and we terribly missed them, but after a while we started acting like a couple again - it felt so good! Here are 7 ways vacationing with your spouse can help your marriage: - By Jeannette Kaplun
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