Great dating ideas married couples

Be Treasure Hunters Take the money you would normally spend on a pricey dinner for two downtown and split it evenly between the two of you. It doesn’t really matter where you shop, as long as you put thought into the gift. We don’t have family in our area, but if you do, by all means use them!

Pack your outdoor chairs, a bottle of wine or your favorite drink and some snacks to take with you.

One night, you host all the kids; another night, it’s another parent’s turn to host yours.

You’ll all get some quality time with your spouses or significant others, and the kids will have fun hanging out at someone else’s house for a change. Cook up something special (bonus points if you cook together) and don’t forget to set the mood.

You can recreate one date or make a couple-exclusive date tour by revisiting them all.

Even if they weren't the best of memories, the point is that each date meant something special to you as a couple -- even if neither of you realized it at the time. Play House You might not be planning your life as newlyweds or even living together (yet) -- but it's fun to pretend for a day.

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