what makes your husband so wonderful??
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Jane - posted on 05/17/2011
I tell my hubby several times a day how much I love him. Long story short...I dated my now hubby when I was 16 for a year. We went our separate ways and married different ppl. We both actually ended up going through divorces at the same time and ran into each other during that time. We have been married almost 4 yrs now and we couldn't be happier. I have two children from my first marriage, he has one, and then we have one together. My hubby gets up and works so hard every day so I can be at home with our children (ages 12, 11, 8, and 2). Even though I'm home every day and take care of the house while he works, he doesn't hesitate to jump right in and cook, or do dishes or laundry, he is such a wonderful father to all the children. He is so supportive, caring, understanding, and just overall one of the most wonderful men I know right up there with my father. I can't imagine my life without him!
Nikki - posted on 03/10/2011
*Works hard so I can stay at home with my son
*Is a responsible man with a level head and common sense
*A terrific Daddy
*Stands beside me not in front
*Says he loves me all the time
*Helps with housework - any thing and everything
*Spoils me :D
*Defends our Country!!!!!
Teresa - posted on 06/28/2010
I don't even know where to begin. He is wonderful. He has been since the day I met him. He cooks, cleans, does things with our children and he has always put us first above anything else. I stayed home with our children because we both decided that we didn't want a day care center to raise our children. I know that some people have no choice and I fully support them, however it wasn't for us. We didn't live in the most high class neighborhoods (military housing) but we made due with what we had and we enjoyed it and each other. We went to Germany for four years and without any family or anyone near you that really spoke english all we had was each other and our children. During those times is when you find out whether you're going to make it or break it. Fortunately we made it and that is where our third son was born, in Kusul Germany. After returning to the U.S we moved to Georgia where my husband is from and that was hard for me since all my family is in Illinois. I make frequent trips up north to visit and so far I'm ok and that was in 1994. Now I have major back issues and am filing for disability and my husband has been wonderful throughout the entire ordeal. The loss of income from my full time well paying job, the depression from being in pain all the time, medications that can cause mood swings and then most of all I'm unable to cook, clean, laundry and all like I use to be able to do and he's been wonderful and supportive through it all. He has picked up all my slack and probably then some and not once has he complained or said anything about it. This is why I think my husband is wonderful, there aren't too many husbands out there that would probably put up with half of what I've had to put him through with just the medical condition alone. I love him very much and even after 25 years together my heart still skips a beat when I look into his eyes and when he hugs me I still get goosebumps.
Sarah - posted on 05/13/2011
he has dedicated his life to becoming my 24/7 carer when i became disabled during pregnancy, he has supported my campaigns and my charity for SPD (support pelvic dysfunction.co.uk) he looks after our son's major care too he is 17 months. he married me back in 08 when i was 21 and helped me start the business i had before my disability.
he worked all the hours he could before the disability and quit his job as soon as i needed him, no matter what he was there by my side.
he i my life, its hard to put it into words after what we have gone through together, we have been through a hell of a lot and its all on my blog at http://pgpandspd.blogspot.com if thats ok to share, and he is still here!
im so lucky he is still with me as some couples dont make it!
He is even discussing in 5 years time if everythings ok, the possiblity of giving our son a sibling, if we could manage of course!
He supported me through years of being told i couldnt be a mum and through fertility drugs like clomid, and he has been a shoulder to cry on and i am there for him as much as i can be! I tell him i love him most times during the day and i mean it everytime, we would never cheat and thats another thing i love our mutual morals. we just have them.
when i met him i was a runaway from a domestic violence situation and in the middle of a divorce and he didnt care. Obviously there was something between us immediately but i couldnt act on it coz of my past and he showed me i could trust him, he even looked after my hamster (which dont laugh got me through a lot and i loved donnie my hamster with all my heart) whilst i went on a holiday to meet up with a friend abroad.
what can i say hes there for me 24/7 and id do anything for him! anything!
he is literally my life, my soulmate and i count my blessings everyday for my son and my husband coz their relationships wonderful, two peas in a pod, and i know lifes hard and im in a wheelchair and for those with disabilities that understand how hard that is (joint disability and spd) 1 in 4 women develop spd during pregnancy, its as common as that! And he helps me with everything, passes me the laptop so i can help hundreds of spd sufferers worldwide and even types for me when im locked up (a term for joints stiffening and not moving with a high amount of pain).
im not perfect but i dont know what i have done to deserve to him and i am so grateful daily, as you never know what lifes gonna throw at you but thanks to him, atleast i know whatever it is we can face it together :)
this is my dedication to my husband of 3 years and partner of 4. x
Mae Richell - posted on 05/12/2011
My husband has been my best friend ever since he became my boyfriend. He was 17 then, while I was 19. We had been to different places just to work; lost our way on an unfamiliar road (literally) but found our way while still holding our hands; nagged at each other a couple of times yet end up laughing at our mistakes and learning from our experiences; became parents to an adorable daughter; prayed and dreamed together.
Now I'm almost 27 and he's 24, yet he is still the boy I have known before and just keeps on getting better being a man. He's just so wonderful because he makes me laugh. No matter how stressful the day is, when I arrive home I know I'll get a good massage. He's a good dad to our kid. What makes him even more wonderful is because we are comfortable with each other; no pretenses. I'm grateful to God for having my husband in my life.
We may be still young, but there would be times when we would sit and talk about how we'd walk hand-in-hand when our backs are already aching because of old age, showing toothless smiles while watching our grandchildren... wrinkling but still in love with each other (sigh).
Nikki - posted on 05/11/2011
I have been truly blessed with the best husband to walk this earth. He is the sole bread winner of the family and is the greatest provider, protector, and not to mention, lover. He is open to God's lead, he prays everyday by hisself, prays with our son, and prays with me. I love our life together. No matter how much he may get on my nerves (believe me, it happens pretty often), it is often overrided when I think about how beautiful he is inside and out. I love this man! My Wesley Ace!
Chairettie - posted on 05/11/2011
My husband is a good provider and works hard. He is always gone so I suppose what I apprecaite the most is when he is home how he interacts with the twins - i appreciate him being involved and helping feed/chagne and play with them.i do tell him quite often that he is a good man, a great daddy...I can tell that sometimes he needs to hear it.
Kelly - posted on 03/13/2011
My husband is my best friend. After almost 14 years together we still like to hang out at home together & laugh, he's got a great sense of humor. He's a hard worker and he goes to school on weekends. Sometimes he surprises me at work by bringing me lunch, and other considerate things like that. When I was pregnant he put lotion on my feet every night & even painted my toe nails for me. We thank each other every time we do something for each other. We say I love you multiple times a day & we don't leave the house or go to bed without goodbye or good night kisses. I love him so much!!
I don't know where to start but I guess he is sooo awesome because he is a loving husband and father. We have 5 very young kids and he definitely does his share at home and with the kids. He is very patient with all the kids, more than me at times. He is very supportive of me and often encourages me to take a break from home and kids so I leave for two days to a hotel and call it a retreat so I have two full days to myself. He stays home with all our kids and does it happily. the list goes on and on but i am so happy to have him as my husband, best friend and father of my children.
Beverly - posted on 03/06/2011
This is just too hard. I don't have the room here to say why my husband is wonderful. He has always been there for me and the kids. There isn't anything he wouldn't do for us.Right now, I have a broken foot. He is waiting on me hand and foot. Cooks, cleans, laundry. Always tells me that I am beautiful, even when I look awful. I have told him every day for the last 35 years how lucky I am.
Darlyn - posted on 02/28/2011
My husbands always puts our daughter and my needs first before his. Even though he wants something he will put it off and get what my daughter needs or mine.. It is not just material things. it is everything. He helps around the house, taking care of our daughter and he treats me like a Queen and treats our daughter like a princess. I tell him almost everyday how much I appreciate him and everything that he do for us. He is just amazing. I could not ask for more.
Michelle - posted on 01/27/2011
To me he is wonderful ! because, he work so hard over 90 hours a week, so I can stay home with our children 3, 4, and 14, he love spend time together as a family, when he is not working and help a lot with the kids,he has never criticize me or make me feel bad, he praise and value me as a woman and wife, treat me with love, give me attention, and trust me 100%, he never question what i do, so i try real hard to make everything right and fair. He is a straight shooter, also great listener and lover
â¥âªMeganâ«â¥ - posted on 01/26/2011
Well, I'm not married yet but what makes my fiancè wonderful is that he deals really well with my mood swings. I'm not a very easy person to deal with when I'm upset.
Also he treats my daughter like she's his own. He's taught her to swim, gives her rides on his shoulders and asks her more questions than her own father does. He even has more tolerance for her endless knock knock jokes than I do. :)
Azza Jamila - posted on 01/26/2011
Hubby encouraged me to go back to college. He would take care of our son when I have too many assignments and papers to write eventhough he's tired from work. He would massage my back or give me additional allowance to go the day spa when I look so tired.
so many more reasons!!!
Julia - posted on 01/24/2011
hm,... what makes My husband so wonderful?... well, he is very patient with me. I was a virgin at marriage and he was very patient. Even now, he never forces his hand. He is very open with me and he always doing something to make me giggle. He is a Great daddy... I love watching him and Josh play, it gives me great joy!
Kelli - posted on 01/17/2011
My Husband is wonderful he deployed to iraq 1 week after our son was born he called and skyeped everychance he got he came home 2 weeks befor our son turn 1 he has a new job so i could stay home with our son and now soon we will be moving to a army base he is a wonderful husband and loving father and he is wonderful and brave for fighting for our freedom thank you for letting me bragg
Stephanie - posted on 01/17/2011
My hubby is amazing because he helps me around the house. He truly Listens to me, he is able to see my point of view, he is willing to compromise. He does little special things for me that let me know he loves me. He tells me that he loves me all the time! He is able to joke around with me and encourages me. I could go on and on lol. I let him know that I love him by surprising him with dinner. Giving him massages. Texting him each morning when he wakes up to tell him i love him. Doing things for him so that he can relax when he gets home and then just the day to day hugs and kisses :)
Malesi - posted on 01/17/2011
He upholds his daily prayer,keeps quiet when am on the edge and mad,makes breakfast on sunday and changes our daughters diapers when his around.he washes the dishes,and also lusts after me which reminds me that am a woman as well as a mum.
Angela - posted on 01/12/2011
I know that my son and I are number one in my husband's heart. I know he will do absolutely anything for us. He works hard and yet he comes home and tries to sit with our son and talk to him about his day. Son doesn't really appreciate the effort dad puts in yet, but someday he will. He still lusts after me also, reminding me that I am a woman as well as a mum.
Hannah - posted on 12/28/2010
I don't even know where to start! I'm older than my hubby, just by 4yrs but that makes all the difference, when we got together I already had a house & vehicles, had a career & was goin to school full-time, so he didn't have all that pressure to provide. I talked him into goin to college with me at night so he could join the Marines. He worked days and I worked nights so one of us was always with our daughter, she wasn't left with a sitter. And he's always helped out around the house with cleaning, cooking and whatever else was needed. Now that he is a Marine and I'm a stay at home mom/wife he doesn't have to do all the domestic stuff, but he still does! Loves too! I try to tell him daily when he's home and even more often when he's deployed!
Julie - posted on 12/24/2010
I have never seen a daddy so involved in his kid's life. Steven is amazing. I love watching him with Landon, he reads to him, plays on the floor with him for hours, teaches Landon to do things, he is just so involved, thats about all i can say! Steven helps out around the house ALL the time, he takes out the trash, he does dishes, he sweeps the floors, he does anything i ask him t do, except laundry... LOL! WE been together for almost 8 years, and married for almost 2. Steven treats me so well, and always has, but thats what i get for marrying a man who was raised in a just about PERFECT household with TWO parents (who never fight) that showed him love everyday. In fact i was just telling someone how he has NEVER once yelled at me. He is such a calm man! I love him so much!
Chana - posted on 12/22/2010
My hubby is awesome! He's one of the most good-natured and hard-working people I've ever met. He's a firefighter, a nurse and a photgrapher. He loves helping others. He's an awesome cook...and he enjoys it (which is great for me since I'm not such a good cook.) He is incredibly sweet and thoughtful, and always goes out of his way to make me and our son happy. We love him so. He's our best friend!
I am blessed to have the most open and honest husband a woman could ask for. He isn't afraid to share his feelings with me about anything. In fact, sometimes I think he's better at it than I am! He loves our girls, and doesn't care if we ever have a boy. He wants them to be who they are whoever that may be. Our oldest is his garage princess. She loves to help him work on his jeep. Our youngest is 6 months old, and you should see him coo at her and give her a bottle. It's adorable! There's no prouder papa around.
My husband has never been with another woman. I was his first and will be his last. He tells me he loves me a million times a day, whether he's in front of his friends or not. He tells me I'm beautiful all the time. AND he does the dishes! Man have I got it good!
And I tell him all the time how much I appreciate him and all he does for us. There's not better man I know.
Krisanne - posted on 12/16/2010
I tell my hubby everyday that I love him. He is the most romantic and loving man I could have ever asked for. He is a very hands on daddy too which shows when he comes home from work. The kids celebrate his being home and so do I. He tries to make my day easier by doing the dishes or a load of laundry or just playing with the kids so I can do things that need to be done around the house. He can tell when I need a break and will send me out for a coffee break. He is the greatest.
Anais - posted on 12/16/2010
My hubby is totally awesome! He cooks, cleans, and loves our kids. He's a hard working man with lots of talent. He's funny, a great listener, and not to mention, sexy. And he loves video games. LOL!
I tell him every day how much I love him. =)
Amy - posted on 12/16/2010
My husband works very hard so I can stay at home and raise our two children. He also cooks sometimes and will help me with stuff around the house without being asked. He has been my bestfriend since we were teenagers. He is wonderful!
Nikkole - posted on 12/10/2010
My husband is wonderful because he knows what im going to say before i say it or he will finish my sentences! Hes litteraly my best friend i have been with him since i was 14 and he is the ONLY one i can trust fully and he has stuck by me through everything! He goes to work and works VERY hard to let me be able to stay home with our 2 beautiful kids,he is an amazing father,and a great listener! He makes me laugh and tells me im beautiful all the time he loves me just the way i am,he is NOT selfish me and the kids come first! I just love EVERYTHING about him!
Taylor - posted on 12/09/2010
I am young, and am very lucky to have found such a wonderful man at such a young age. My husband is 6 years older than me and can fully understand the purpose and importance of marriage. He takes care of me. Always cares about what I want or need, gives me a break on his days off and lets me sleep in while he watched our son. He cooks me breakfast in bed, brings me flowers regularly, makes me a bath, helps me clean, occupies the baby while i get things done, stays up late when he has to work in the morning just to make sure he can spend time with me, and is just always there for me. I am proud to have such an amazing man.
Ambyr - posted on 12/05/2010
You know I am glad you asked. I dont think I tell him as much as I should. He is amazing though. He will vacuum, do dishes, play with the kids, change them, feed them, cook dinner. Everything you can think of. When he does these things I am always there doing them with him so it is equal so he doesnt feel like he is doing everything because I never ask him to do any of it he just does. I make sure though that he gets time to relax becuase of course he works all week. He's my best friend though. He encourages me to do anything I set my mind to. He will help out abolsutly anyone in need and he is an amazing father.
Heather - posted on 11/27/2010
Not to mention he loves spending time with our son... Today he told me that he was actually sad because he wanted to play today, and our son didn't. He just wanted to eat and sleep today cuz he's going through a growth spurt. My hubby always plays with our son, especially on the days that he stays home with him cuz I'm at work...
Wendy - posted on 11/26/2010
There are so, so many things that make my husband wonderful. From his strength of character down to his intoxicating smell. He is truly my hero, mentor, master, best friend and everything I have ever dreamed of. He constantly makes me happier and happier. He is gentle and intelligent in his authority over his family and he has helped me to grow and hone my talents and strengths. I am a better person because of him and I am honored and thrilled each time he comes home to me. He's an unbelievable lover and he knows how to make me melt with just a gesture. He is an equally amazing father and our sons are learning how to be men from the best example in the world. He has total power over me in amazing ways and it is because of this that I have discovered peace, contentment and purpose. Oh - and he's built like a Greek god too! :O)
Kristi - posted on 11/08/2010
My husband is so wonderful because he is so in tune with my feelings. He came in and took on the role of Daddy to my son, who's real father didn't care about him. You would never know he was my son's step father by watching them interact or listening to my son talk about him. He doesn't expect me to be super wife and super mom, he knows that I have my off days, and when I do, he helps around the house. He cooks dinner almost as often as I do. He is kind and considerate and so tentative to my needs. He treats me like a princess. We tell each other we love each other at least 50 times a day. I am so fortunate to have found him, and I tell him how much I appreciate him every single day, as he does me. Having a wonderful hubby makes life so much better!
Lady Heather - posted on 11/07/2010
There are many things I love about him - our shared sense of humour and inside jokes (somewhat juvenile), his Saturday night dinners, his abilities as a daddy, his willingness to help around the house on the weekends, his handiness with home repairs (has saved us a fortune), his unwavering support for all my crazy educational ventures...
I think the thing I love the best though is that despite having to work pretty long hours at a demanding job to make sure I can stay home with the little one, he is always home for family dinner. He gets up at 5:00 in the morning so he can put in his 11 hour workday and still be home by 5:30 for dinner. He says he'd rather get up early when we're sleeping than miss out on family time later. My dad never did that. He stayed at work late and we ate without him. My parents split up when I was in high school. So that difference to me is just the greatest thing. And yes, I tell him all the time how much I love it.
Rebecca - posted on 10/31/2010
My husband has been through every possible struggle and trauma with me over the past 12 years, and yet he still refers to his position as a husband and his "lot in life" (being cursed with me) as if he is the most blessed human being on earth. I have never known him to begrudge any of us (me or his kids) anything that he can provide for us- even when we are not the most gracious receivers of his immense love.....but I also know that I will ALWAYS appreciate his every breath and look forward to making him know exactly how wonderful he is everyday for the rest of our days together!
ELizabeth - posted on 10/16/2010
My hubby wakes up every morning before me and makes coffee.(At the moment we are staying with my parents because we had a house fire)He helps me take care of our little girl on the weekends and in the mornings to get her ready for pre-school and I make her breakfast. She is two and a haft and just a sweetie pie. I tell him all the time I love him and today he was soo sweet and kind. He went with me to take our new kitty cat to the vet(when he has had trouble sleeping and not getting enough sleep)and stayed there with me and did not complain when it was over and I paid for it and we got into the car and I saw we had been three almost three hours! ANd he is a wonderful husband, because he puts his family first before him. This past week he went to work without much sleep and worked. And did not come home complaining about not getting enough sleep and having to work ten am to seven pm.
Katherine - posted on 10/12/2010
My husband is my best friend it was love at first site literally he is the best father to our sons and even though he works and i stay at home he helps with some of the house work and lets me sleep in when ever i want i try to tell him how wonderful he is at least once a week i am very greatful that he lets me stay home with our 2yr old and 7mo old it was his idea by the way!
Denise - posted on 10/11/2010
My husband Joe works, cooks, gets us motivated to do things around the house, he takes me to book stores (my favorite place to be) and he really lets me be me. He is patient and kind and the best friend anyone could ever ask for. He would do anything for our 2 girls. They are his pride and joy. Even though some days you'd wonder how we make it through it a horomone filled day :) I love him so much and have to admit, probably don't let him know how much I appreciate him. Tonight I texted him to let him know and I received a very genuine response. It's good to let people know how much they mean to you. There's no time like the present. Never let that opportunity pass you by. Do it every chance you get!
Heather - posted on 09/29/2010
Even while deployed or on tour my husband tells me it didn't matter how much it cost, just get something to help you sleep at night and wake up rested and without your body hurting. Don't worry about the money I will take care of it. He is so sweet to me, I couldn't ask for a better man in my families life.
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