when was your happiest moment in your marriage life?

@hulaboy (319)
Micronesia
May 26, 2010 7:12pm CST
I would have to say my happiest moment was when my daughter was born in 2008. I was very happy to see her. What about you? What was the happiest moment in your marriage life? If you're not married, you can talk about your happiest moment in life.
7 responses
@Suminundu (193)
• Malaysia
27 May 10
Thanks for raising this topic. My happiest moment in my marriage was when I was able to take my wife and our two sons to England (where I studied sociology at Keele University). This was the first time I left my family in North Borneo and imagine how I missed them. but a year later when I was able to take them with me to England, you can imagine how happy I was (we were). I still remember how we sit and eat together in the plane that took us about 16 hours to reach England. There, we lived in an off-campus accommodation provided by the university. Out of this happiness, we had a daughter and a son born in England. Now we are back to North Borneo.We are very happy here too.
@hulaboy (319)
• Micronesia
27 May 10
Great story....what a trip 16 hours? I don't think i can sit on the plane for that long
• Malaysia
28 May 10
Yeah, sorry my friend, I might have exaggerated the time but we were, I think, boarding on the biggest passenger plane. I remember we were served food three times and I always looked at my accurate Malaysian wrist watch. oh yes, I should know to calculate the time difference between Malaysia and the UK but sure the plane was on the air for some hours carrying us from Subang airport to Manchester airport.It transited to Bangkok for a while but I did not include the time used for that transit. In the plane we did not really feel bored because we could sleep and wake up, go to the toilet, watch movies through a big tv screen in front of us, and wait for food served. I could not believe that I was on the air and I didn't feel that the plane was moving.
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
27 May 10
I got married last year and so far, I think everything about my marriage is a happy moment though I must admit we also underwent ups and downs in our relationship.
@hulaboy (319)
• Micronesia
27 May 10
I think being married is not an easy task. There are ups and downs. And i think this is the reason why i cherish the happy times.
@se7enthbird (8328)
• Philippines
27 May 10
married life for us was truly a good ride. my wife got a few miscarriages so when we hit the jackpot we were truly very happy. our son is already 4 years old and i can say that is one of the happy moments in my life. now that he is going to school he makes u very proud and now i can say that this is also one of the happiest moment in my married life. i know there are more to come and i will be praying for it and thanking the Lord for this blessing.... having a child.
@hulaboy (319)
• Micronesia
27 May 10
Hi, i would like to commend you for sticking it out. That was also the case for us, we had a miscarriage the first time around. I felt really bad and promised myself that we will not lose the second one. So we had to go to Hawaii to have our second child because of some complication my wife gets when she's pregnant. And now we're really happy...and yes I did asked the Lord to give us the second child just to make things right. Both of us almost gave up on our marriage after the miscarriage.
@jugsjugs (13045)
27 May 10
I think the happiest moment in our marriage was when we had our first child as i had lost his first child when i was only a few weeks pregnant and i did nearly loose the first one i gave birth to aswell so i would say the highest point was when our first child was born aswell as when the other 3 turned up aswell.
@kukueye (1761)
• Malaysia
27 May 10
I think the happinest time is the first few times we were making love and also the time were courthing each other.Other than that , when we are having dinner outside in some food stalls are nice also. Sometime it hard to bring back those sweet memories after long time married.I guess have to do new things together more often.Happy times also when wifey give a good massage , but that is seldom nows because i guess both are lazy and tired from working.
@cicisnana (776)
• United States
27 May 10
I think the birth of a child has got to be the happiest day of anyones marriage. My husband and I have 5 children and by far those were the happiest days, when our children were born. But now we have grandchildren, I was blessed to be in the delivery room with the first grandchild and my husband was at the hospital, we were overjoyed beyond belief with that little girl. With the 2nd grandchild I was at the hospital, but not in the delivery room. Seeing the joy on my son in laws face when he saw his newborn son was just overwhelming!
@syankee525 (6295)
• United States
27 May 10
that is cool dude.. i would say when my kids was born but they came before we got married. that is one of them, then me and my wife getting married and looking back at 25 yrs of being married