Parenting can be demanding. Maybe you feel more like a bus driver than a spouse. Nurturing the marital relationship is vital for a healthy and thriving family. With fifty percent of couples ending in divorce, it’s important. Ecclesiastes 4:9 tells us, “Two are better than one because they have a good return for their labor.” Prioritize spending time together. Schedule regular date nights, share a hobby, or talk. Also seek support from trusted family or friends to babysit. Maybe they’ll do it for free if you tell them why. By prioritizing your marriage and investing in quality time together, you’ll not only strengthen your bond and create a nurturing environment for your entire family, you’ll be an example to your kids when they get married.