Thursday, August 26, 2010

The Husband Project

I've been thinking about starting up a serious blog again for quite some time; however, didn't think I had anything to write about that others would like to read. Because really you don't want to hear about dirty diapers or dishes, right?

The inspiration came during a conversation of the Facebook stalkers of Mami's and Papi's Cloth Diaper Store (check them out, they're awesome!), when we started talking about how we were letting ourselves go, and looking pooped when we hit bed instead of cute (and yes, cute can be comfortable!). Mami issued us a challange to look cute for our men for the day, and put some effort in it and thought behind it. I went full steam ahead on that project, right into The Husband Project!

I was introduced to The Husband Project - 21 Days of Loving Your Man On Purpose and with a Plan by Kathi Lipp last year. I bought the book, read it, and put a halfhearted effort into it and totally forgot about it when Bug was born late May. I've decided to bring it back from the depths of my Nook archives and start over; focused, and with my readers to hold me accountable. Please join me, won't you! I would also love to hear about your journey on The Husband Project!!


  1. Funny, because I've been praying about this very thing lately and lo and behold it shows up on of all places? Facebook! I'm excited to see your blog and am hoping to get the book tomorrow. Thanks for sharing :)

  2. I love this idea!! :) Another great book that goes along the same lines... is The Love Dare! I have it but I need to start doing it! It's one task each day that will enhance your relationship with your husband and your life! :) I am following you!

    Be sure to stop by my blogs too!

  3. Thanks guys! I'm actually just finishing up a post about different books. I had forgotten about The Love Dare. I haven't read that one, but the movie Fireproof is amazing!

    I'm always amazed at the ways God works in my life. Hearing Dave Ramsey talk about marriage and money, Mami's challenge, my desire to have another little 'project' to do, it's amazing how things fall into place.