10 Questions to Ask Your Husband

10 Questions to Ask Your Husband

Fall in love with your husband all over again with these fun conversation starters.


By Wendy Robinson

A few months ago, I noticed that my husband and I had fallen into a bit of a conversational rut. I would get home from work and we’d figure out dinner, I’d share some story about work, he’d tell me what he and the kids did that day (he is a stay-at-home dad), and then we’d be lucky if we talked much more that night. Between getting the kids fed, bathed, and to bed and then watching a show or two on television, we were pooped at the end of the day. As a result, we had stopped having the kinds of long and meandering conversations that played a big role in how we fell in love back in the pre-kids era.

It can be so easy to fall out of the practice of having real conversations with your partner, the kinds of exchanges where you laugh and learn something new about each other. I came up with a list of conversation starters that might help jump-start some adult discussions if you are also in the conversation rut that often comes with parenting:

1. What is your favorite memory of our wedding day (or day we met, or first date, whatever applies)?

2. When was the last time you laughed until you almost cried?

3. What is the first website you visit most days? What website do you spend the most time on?

4. What do you want us to do on our first day of retirement?

5. Who was your first-grade teacher and what do you remember about him or her?

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6. Would you rather be super famous, super rich, or super smart?

7. Would you rather give up technology (smartphone, computers, tablet, etc.) for a month or sex for a year?

8. If you woke up tomorrow and you were the opposite sex, how would you spend your day?

9. What about your current life do you think would most surprise the 10-year-old version of you?

10. Are you happier or sadder than you were a year ago at this time?

I suggest waiting for the kids to go to bed to start these conversations!

Which of these questions are you most curious to have your partner answer?


Wendy Robinson is a writer, working mom, and graduate student. Someday she'd like to sleep in again. She also blogs at www.athleticmonkey.wordpress.com.

Image ©iStock.com/Dean Mitchell


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