2 maybe 3 months possibly 4 or more
Anything new has to be cared for and treasured to keep it "new". We all change and life goes on around us so it is imperative that we, as a couple, are willing to change together and do what it takes to keep the feelings alive and well. It is hard.
I assure you it is easier to say than to do. It is a constant non-stop trial and error procedure that sometimes goes awry. As always.. communication is the absolute key. Good Luck!!!
Being impromptu. Relationships fall into ruts and the ruts get ever deeper. Then the kids come along and they are our world but are a huge, deep rut of their own. Date. Go out. Park. Make out. Make love on lover's lane somewhere. Do all the things you did when your relationship was new. Try new things that you never did before.
Have fun. Turn into 16 again.
Let those kinds of thoughts take over. If you two were teens again what would you do? You would be daring and wild and take chances. Live the excitement that goes out of a marriage because of the comfort of a queen sized bed. I'm serious. Get a babysitter and then go park. Get in the back seat and thrill each other again. Go out somewhere, hopefully alone, and get naked and go skinny dippin'. My wife and I still play a game called High Card. Whoever draws the high card is the boss and the other has to do whatever they are told to. Anything.
From what I've seen...about two or three months.
*Looks at his watch* ...Ok, it's over!
For me, it's going on two years. I'm just totally in love with my dear hubby.