Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Going forth, Happy Fourth!

Every year our wedding anniversary evokes different emotions in me. Which is weird? Or may be it is natural. In 2011, the year we got married, this date was waited for with a lot of excitement and anxiety. An year later, we couldn't believe we had spent a whole year together already, as man and wife. There were hardly any change in our relationship. And for what it's worth, it had only become better with the staying together part. By the second anniversary, things were more or less the same. We were working, and travelling.and pretty much living a life we had dreamt of, together.

But in the last 2 years, where we have carried and birthed a child and now parents to a 14 month old, we have changed. All our decisions are now centered around the precious little miss. I am no longer the one who is pampered silly by the husband. He is no longer the only one who makes my heart skip a beat.
We have started addressing each other as Mumma and Papa :-) But this is only the cute part of the change.

We have also become a little less patient with each other. We have become so much more opinionated. Our screaming matches have become more passionate. At heart, we are still the same people who want to live and love each other the way we did. But. Our priorities have changed a little bit. This one tiny creature in our life takes the cake for the change. She is so lively she fills our heart with pride. So is so naughty, she deprives us of all our energy, which basically makes us so cranky with each other. He thinks I love her more than him. I think he loves her more than me. We both know that's true. But we don't agree :-)

The first year as parents is the toughest, I think, in every which way. But we are learning. Things are already beginning to fall back in the same place. We are getting back to becoming the couple that we were, before we became parents (only). So this post is a toast to this new beginning. Happy fourth, my dear :)

6 comments:

  1. Belated wishes on your anniversary, dear Ghata! Couples do go through many phases before being completely comfortable with each other and what's life without a few screaming matches?!! :D

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    1. True Rosh. And thanks alot for your wishes :)

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  2. Belated wishes on your fourth anniversary ... :) ..

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  3. You guys have evolved as a couple....a baby surely makes a relationship stronger because a baby can actually make you reset your priorities and adjust accordingly.
    God bless you!! :)

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    1. You are right Red....and thank you for the wishes :)

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