Ideas to say I Love You
Learn various ways to Say 'I Love You!' to your partner, spouse, and mate, for a long relationship.
We're Having A Baby
One of the most amazing experiences for a loving couple is the birth of a child. But when you're the one that knows before your partner does, it can be filled with wonderful possibilities to show them how much you love them.
Mary wanted to tell Bob that they were pregnant for the first time in a special way. They had been trying for a child for years, but nothing ever seemed to work for them – all of their medical resources were not panning out.
But when Mary found out she was pregnant – without any help from the doctors – she realized that she hadn't told Bob just how much she loved him through all of their hard times. He never complained and he was ready to adopt in order to be a parent with Mary.
To help share the news, she wrapped up a small box in wrapping paper and set it out on the counter in their kitchen, where Bob always went when he came home from work.
In that box, she had put a small heart shaped candy with a note that said, “I love you Bob and know that you will be the best father a child could ever have.”
Stunned when he read this, Bob walked back to their bedroom to find Mary beaming with happiness. She had placed a bow on her stomach with a tag that read, “To Mary and Bob. Sorry it took me so long to get here.”
Other ideas include:
  • Creating a card from the baby to the spouse.
  • Buying a piece of baby clothing and wrapping it up.
  • Placing a note where your partner will find it.
  • Wrapping up the pregnancy text box and placing a note inside that says, “Positive!”

  • 2.
    Will You Marry Me?
    Getting married is the first big step in any lifelong relationship. But when you want to show someone how much you love them, the engagement becomes all the more important.
    Here are some ideas:
  • Take a bouquet of flowers and tie the ring around one. Have your soon-to-be fiancé/fiancée receive the flowers with a card that reads, “I will always protect you from the thorns.”
  • Bring your partner to your favorite nature setting. Pack a picnic and have the engagement ring sitting in with their favorite foods. Tell them or write a note that says, “Want to share every meal with me?”
  • Write them a note on a sticky piece of paper and then stick it to their most used credit card.
  • Create a collage of pictures of the two of you together and place it somewhere that your partner will see it – in the middle, write, “Will you marry me? These memories are great, but I'd like to create more…”
    Popping the question doesn't have to be limited to the man asking the woman either – so women can ask that all important question too.

  • 3.
    Would You Marry Me Again?
    Of course, if you've already been married for a while, you might be feeling like you're losing the spark or that you could be doing more to show your spouse that you love them.
    Here are some ideas for those that have already been married for a while and want to remind their spouse how much they love them.
  • Keep a gratitude journal – Write down all of the things that you love about your spouse every day for a month or so. When you've gotten to the end of the month, write, “Will you marry me…again?” on the last page and wrap up the journal to give to your spouse.
  • Create a photo slide show of your marriage – With digital pictures and simple programs, you can even set your life to music.
  • Take a picture of the two of you at your wedding and one more recent picture and place them into a picture frame with two frames. Wrap this up and present it to your spouse as a reminder of where you began and where you are now. If you can find a frame with another place for a picture, write the words, “Here's to more of us.”
  • Recreate your wedding day on a smaller scale – By inviting old wedding guests and getting the same cake as you had on your special day, have a renewal of vows for you and your spouse. If you can find the original minister - all the better. If your spouse doesn't mind being surprised, try to keep it a surprise.
    Every day, you can celebrate the wedding and the memories that brought you together.
  • Tell your own versions of how you met
  • Talk about the first time that you told each other, “I love you.”
  • Share your love stories with your family

  • 4.
    When You're On Vacation
    Too often in our lives, we become distracted by things that happen. We let work take over, responsibilities take over, and our relationships can suffer. Instead of letting your love go to the back burner, why not take your love on vacation with you?
  • Call ahead to any restaurants that you might go to – Make sure they have your partner's favorite dishes and that you can have a special dessert or other food brought out when you're there.
  • Try to arrange for the same room as a previous vacation – But when you arrive at the room, pretend like you don't notice. If your partner doesn't notice, then point out the room and tell him/her that you just wanted to remind them that you loved them – then and now.
  • Do two things that you would never do on your own, but your partner would love to do – For example, if your partner likes to line dance, go line dancing. If your partner wants to learn how to scuba dive, then go do that. By showing that you support every part of them, you're telling them that you love them again and again.
  • Have a basket of your favorite lotions and massage oils sent ahead to your hotel room to help liven up your romantic evenings – When the basket is there when you arrive, it shows that you've thought ahead to your time together.
    Being apart is hard for any relationship – new or old – but taking the time to connect with your partner will help you feel closer rather than further apart.

  • 5.
    When You're Far Away
    There are times when you will be separated from your partner – a business trip, a family emergency, etc. In those times of separation, it can help to show your partner that you really care about them.
  • Call them each night – Simply talking to your partner each night or once a day will help you stay connected and show that they're the most important person in your life.
  • Send them small trinkets – Small, unexpected things from your trip will show your partner that you were thinking of them.
  • Come home when you say that you will – When your partner misses you as much as you miss them, be sure that they always know when you're going to be home and if there are any changes in that plan.
  • Be happy to talk with them – Even if you're tired and jet lagged, be sure that you smile when you talk to your partner on the phone. This will sound like heaven to their ears.

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