Calling all engaged and newlywed gals!
What would you say if I told you 10 newlywed bloggers are linking up to bring you an entire year's worth of marital advice for a one time only June series!? Whelp, get excited!
Meet the forever newly wedded Brides!
Ashley @ It Is What You Make It // Kalyn @ Love.Laughter.HappilyEverAfter // Mallory @ From California to Kansas // Karla @ Forever Newly Wedded // Maggie @ A Weaving of Grace
Samantha @ Designer in Teal // Veronica @ Passion.Pink.Pearls // Kaitlyn @ Wifessionals // Emily @ Newlywed Moments // Callie @ My Something New With You
Each of the 10 Brides shown above have been married exactly one year as of June 2013. We will be posting each Wednesday during the month of June on 4 topics of marriage, while including our trials, triumphs, and all that fell in-between. The goal of this link-up series is to encourage the pursuit of love, joy, and hardships within a sacred marriage, all of which are completely worth each minute the Lord provides with our better half.
If you are engaged, or married, we invite you to write on the topics with us and link up your posts. It doesn't matter if you are engaged and planning your big day, are a newlywed, or if you have been married 25 years... All the marital advice contributed, all the better for everyone involved!
Visit our blogs today to meet our spouses and learn about our weddings!
June 5- Funny Moments From The First Year
June 12- Hardest Moments From The First Year
June 19- What Have You Learned From The Unexpected and How Have You Grown as a Couple During The First Year
June 26- Anniversary Celebration Recap
We look forward to reading about your engaged, newlywed, and marriage journeys! If you have any questions feel free to email Kalyn here.
That has nothing to do with anything.
I just found it in my photo files.
What have I learned in my first year of marriage?
1. That when we were dating, my husband smiled in pictures. Now every picture he is making a ri.dic.cu.lous. face.
2. I am now "The Carrier Of All The Things." Usually this applies to sunblock, bandaids, hand sanitizer, a phone charger, extra chapstick, snacks, all of which I carry in my purse.
I used to just carry extra lipgloss.
On our wedding day, I carried his sunglasses.
Proof that a woman's work is never done.
3. That we still have fun together.
On a tropical island.
Sometimes we have fun when not on a tropical island.
4. That I finally made it through a Bad Religion concert without loosing my cookies.
Or Blue Moon as the case was when we tried to see them in 2010.
5. That I still love him and think the sun shines out his ass. (Name that movie.)