When it comes to my wife, I am very fortunate to say that I married my best friend. That is not to say it has been all fairy tale and not a hardship. There has been a lot of hardship to hit our family and our relationship. Things like dropping 2 incomes for one, bankruptcy, custody battle, and kids’ behavior have occurred to us during our almost 5 years of being married. I expect they will continue to pop up here and there as we progress through life. The reason I bring up the benefit of marrying my best friend is that fact that even through all of that we still love being around each other. Even during the hardest times, the only thing that helped us through was being with each other in one capacity or other. That is where I feel amazed to have had the opportunity to marry my best friend.
Another thing I noticed the other day was how we can talk about the most random things. I am sure this is very common in most relationships but I particularly noticed how bantered to one another feeding the conversation and reflected on where we started and where we ended. To be frank I have never had this with anyone else to this extent and I don’t want to achieve this with anyone else. That is what makes our relationship unique and fresh in my eyes. Below is a prime example of how we interact and it is small things like the conversation below that continue to reaffirm my choice to marry this amazing woman.
A father to 3 amazing kids Hayden, Kaitlyn, and Vanessa . I am happily married to Megan Miller (@Megan_Bethann) and we live in Pleasant Grove Utah.
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