Monday, January 16, 2017

5 Ways to Flirt With Your Husband

By: Jenifer Metzger

When we are dating, we flirt with our guy. We flirt in the way we act and the way we talk. Then marriage comes, babies come, bills come, life comes. Pretty soon not only are we no longer flirting, but we don't even remember how!

Flirting with your spouse is one way to keep the spark alive in your marriage. It keeps things fresh. It keeps those butterflies fluttering in your stomach. And it is something special for just the to of you.

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Here are 5 ways to flirt with your husband.

Wink at him!

When you are at church, the grocery store, a family gathering, or just sitting at the dinner table, catch his eye from across the room, give him a big smile and wink.

Give him a big kiss!

Randomly go up to our husband and give him a kiss. I am not talking a little peck on the lips. I am talking a heart stopping kiss that's going to have him thinking of you all day!

Send him a text!

Sending your husband a text each day is a great way to show him you love him and are thinking about him. But every once in a while trade the "I love you" text for something a little more spicy. He will love it!

Uncover a little bit!

As women, I think we tend to cover up from head to toe because we are so self-conscious about our bodies. The thing is, your husband isn't looking at your cellulite, wrinkles or extra pounds. What he's looking at is the hot woman he married who he is legally and morally allowed to look at and admire. So uncover a little bit and let him look!

Hold his hand and caress his fingers!

As you are sitting in the car or sitting on the couch together, grab his hand and caress his fingers. Let him know that you love those hands that work so hard for you family.

What are some other ways you can flirt with your husband? Share in the comments!

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