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Then we added a child to the mix. And another, and another, and another, and just when we thought we were done—another.
He is my person. The only person who truly “gets” me and I love being with him. He took a day off of week recently so that he could help me run out with a few appointments (ie: dentist appointment and taking the dog to the vet. Both impossible to do with a baby in tow!). We also went grocery shopping, renewed my military ID, and had a great time visiting in between stops.
On the way home Derrick said, “Do you want to stop for lunch?” I thought about it for a second, but couldn’t really think of anywhere that sounded good. And we knew that the baby would be waking up from his nap soon so I said, “How about lunch at home?” And that’s just what we did. A lunch date at home—it was perfect.
We enjoyed reheated leftovers around our dining table. Just the two of us. Nothing fancy, but it’s the company that made it perfect.
I’m excited for what the ext 16 years of dating will bring! How do you squeeze time in for dates with your significant other?
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