Dear husband, it’s been 9 years and 6 months that we’ve been married. A lot has changed, and I have changed a lot. I am no longer the person you fell in love with. Do you still love me?
Dear wife, it’s been 9 years and 6 months that I get to see you grow into the person that you are today. A lot has changed, but you’re still my wife. I’m glad that hasn’t changed.
Dear husband, I’m sorry I haven’t been holding your hand a lot lately.
Dear wife, thank you for always holding onto our children and making them feel they’re in the safest place in the world.
Dear husband, do you mind that there has been more take-outs and less home-cooked meals recently?
Dear wife, it’s not what I eat that matters but who I get to eat with. Thank you for always waiting to eat with me.
Dear husband, what do you think of my flabby tummy?
Dear wife, does it matter what I think? I want you to love yourself regardless. And for the record, I adore that tummy. It’s gone through so much to bring happiness (babies) into our lives.
Dear husband, it’s not beautiful when you see me yell at the kids, is it?
Dear wife, you’re not a saint. You’re human. And no human can tolerate our kids every single time.
Dear husband, I snap at you sometimes. I never did that when we were still dating.
Dear wife, we live together, we’re bound to show our childish sides and our flaws. I married you for all the good and the bad in you, not only the good.
Dear husband, I admittedly spend more time on my phone than with you. Are you mad at me?
Dear wife, I do wish we would spend more time together. But when you need to be alone, I respect that need.
Dear husband, regarding the decline in business in bed…
Dear husband, do you still love me?
Dearest wife, I still love you and will love you forever although I do hope the business in bed could get better.
Dear husband, we shall talk about that during our 20th anniversary.