So, I am very delayed aren’t I? Writing the official end of the husband series? Yeah; I wanted to wait to make sure every got the chance. So if you missed out, you can take a browse through the posts here. Here’s a wrap up of the great series. Click on the pictures to lead you to the posts!
Mike and I have enough similarities to keep us understanding each other,but also enough differences to keep us constantly interested in each other. We’re still learning so much about it each other.
Mike I are pretty complimentary souls. He’s super organized and I’m a bit of fly by the seat of my pants kinda girl.
I’m pretty anal about things that are related to kids health and discipline. Where as he’s far more relaxed and flexible in that arena. He’s more accepting of bigger things in this world, whereas I’m always asking why and how. I’m constantly looking for the next big experience and adventure,where he likes doing the same thing over and over,cause he likes it. (Why change when you like it the way it is, is he’s tac,whereas I’m that was so good,I wonder how much more of that good is out there!) Neither one of us are right or wrong in our ways,but together,I think we work well together. We need each other to balance each other out. We don’t always see eye to eye on matters,but we both want to work it out. And it’s that want that carries us to the other side.
When it comes to matters of the heart, I am definitely more open and ready to share and be vulnerable. He really struggles with that. He is more the people’s person though, so in social situations I tend to stick to him like glue. He definitely makes social get together’s more bearable for me! We are the best of friends, we fight, we laugh, we cry, we support. We are in this for the long run!
My husband and I are totally different, but we complement each other well and I think we’re both better people because of the other one (cheesy but true). We’re both very hands-on parents – he’s probably changed just as many nappies as I have – and even though we parent differently it seems to work well.
If I could describe the relationship between my husband and I, one word comes to mind “soulful”. We have a soulful relationship where we are the best of friends, after all these years we still get each other, can finish each other’s sentences and that we completely trust each other to share our inner most feelings with one another.