Looking for some great date ideas for spring?
Spring is a wonderful time to reconnect with your husband. After a long winter of being stuck indoors couples can sometimes become grumpy with each other. But, when spring arrives and the family starts to scatter to all the various activities that come along, it doesn’t mean that it’s time to neglect your marriage relationship. Date nights in a marriage are needful all year round.
Spring is the perfect time to grow in love together again. Purposing to spend time together might be a little harder during the active warm seasons, but you can do it, and you should. That’s why I’m sharing 5 great dates for spring.
Whether you live in the colder north or the warmer south spring can be a time to get outdoors and enjoy the sun! Eventually whereever you are the flowers will start to bloom again and that’s a great time to be with the one you love.
But if it’s just not warm enough for you to be in the great outdoors, try one of these 32 Date Night Ideas at home.
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I know I find myself getting more and more anxious as the winter months stretch on. But when the time springs forward and we see more daylight my husband and I both enjoy some fresh air together.
5 Spring Date Night Ideas for Married Couples
- Visit the Conservatory or Arboretum.
Enjoy the budding flowers, walk hand in hand, find joy in the butterflies flying about. And if it’s still a little chilly there are usually some indoor spaces that allow you to step out of the cool air for a bit. Plus, you can usually find some hot chocolate during the colder seasons in the cafeteria.
- Nature Hike.
Find a park with a river running through it, chances are with the snow melt and spring rains you might discover a waterfall together. Hike the trails, stop for a drink, and a kiss, take your time and enjoy each others company. Then on the way you stop off at a local restaurant and enjoy a long lunch or dinner together.
- Trip to the Zoo.
Spring time is a great time to visit the zoo. It’s still early for crowds so you’ll not feel rushed. Have lunch by the lake, walk through the aquarium or head to a special show that the zoo offers, or spend some time feeding the lorakeets.
- Picnic in the Yard.
Send the kids to a sitter, or your sisters house, spread a blanket under the tree in the yard, sit back, relax enjoy a picnic together under the blue sky. If you can’t make it work in your own backyard, try visiting a nearby park for your picnic.
- Couples Massage at your Local Spa Retreat.
So this might be a bit pricey, and it will definitely take some planning, but save up for it and make those reservations. Go together and melt away the stresses of winter, relax and afterwards go out for a romantic dinner and perhaps an overnight in a local B&B.
Whatever you choose to do, do it with your beloved. Make time to let each other know your love, remember to kiss, and share laughter together.
Wise words from Dr. Ben Carson.
“There is no perfect utopian marriage. … Think about those things that attracted you to that person in the first place and dwell upon that.”— Dr. Ben Carson