Just because you got married does not mean that you should stop learning and growing with your spouse. I believe dating your spouse is essential to keeping things interesting and fun.
Luckily, this type of dating isn’t as nerve-wracking because your spouse already said YES!
A few years ago, on Valentines Day, I decided to make a list of questions to find out more about my husband’s likes, dislikes, and dreams, from his favorite color and candy bar to ways to relax.
I keep this list in a drawer and reference it every time I think of a date night, a present, or a special at-home meal (like his birthday). You will also be well-equipped to win at any dating game.
You could say one of my five love languages is giving gifts, although I am horrible at surprising others. Too much excitement!
Anyways, this is an awesome list of questions that you can turn to anytime you want to do something special for your hubby, knowing that it is guaranteed to be something he likes.
I plan on doing this once a year because like and dislikes can drift over time, so it is likely that their answers could have changed.
You can also spice it up by writing down your answers and having the other person guess your list or see where you have the same favorites in common.
If you need another idea on how to be intentional during dinner, view this blog post on Dinner Conversation Starters for Married Couples.
Put your phone down, turn off the TV, and find out what your hubby actually likes/(secretly) wants!
Favorite Things/Love Questionnaire for Couples:
Movie Place to Shop
Book Ring Size
TV Show Accessories
Board Game Clothing Size
Restaurant Thing to Do with You
Meal Start Doing with You
Snack Funniest Memory
Dessert Meaningful When You
Candy Bar Nickname You Call Me
Least Favorite Food I Can’t Live Without
Next Destination Color
If You Had $1 Million Hobbies
Dream Date Guilty Pleasures
One Last Day On Earth Ways to Relax
Download a PDF Version: A Few of Our Favorite Things Questionnaire for Couples.
Soak in each other and enjoy these moments of getting to know your spouse.