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♥Mama Constantine 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Texas 5806 posts
29th Sep '12
Quoting Monique and Dominic's mom:" <blockquote><b>Quoting DeanJade&Maksims Momma:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... opposite schedules. When I moved in, we had good morning and goodnight sex. Two kids and 5 years later, what's sex? Haha"


Haha, Right?!

wyatt.earp. 2 kids; Tacoma, Washington 2166 posts
29th Sep '12

we fought a LOT more.

☆ Erica 1 child; Flat Rock, Michigan 1439 posts
29th Sep '12

I got pregnant really soon after we started dating, and he pushed for me to move in ASAP. Moving in only brought us closer. We fight and bicker every now and then, but we're happy. :) We don't have sex as much, we went from 3-4 times a day to once every other day but getting pregnant probably has a lot to do with it lol

Mrs. [W] 3 kids; California 2465 posts
status 29th Sep '12

We moved in together after almost a year of long distance dating, I was in WI and he was in CA and I visited about 6 times before the move.



We honestly had no issues, we never fight...sometimes we have tiny arguments but very rarely. Living together has been great! Biggest change was I went from living 5 miles from everyone in my family, to living over 2,000 miles from everyone.

LumpySpacePrincess 2 kids; New Zealand 17060 posts
29th Sep '12

I was completely unaware before SO moved in just how little he knew how to do in the way of every day things. Dishes, laundry. He had never used a washing machine. He had no idea how to hang up clothes on a washing line. Seriously. I was quite shocked since he was 21.

♥Jessie♥ Due October 26 (boy); 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Idaho 6018 posts
status 29th Sep '12

We moved in together after three months of dating (when we got engaged). I guess we disagreed more if you think of one disagreement a month as horrible. We rarely have fights or disagreements. Sometimes we can go two months getting along with no disagreements.

Bethany Umbel 1 child; Brook Park, Ohio 159 posts
2nd Oct '12

We moved in together after knowing eachother for a year and a half. We don't fight, I just get more annoyed with him. I knew he was a messy person, I just didn't realize how messy. Apparently he thinks he moved in with a maid.lol

kyannasaurus 1 child; Melville, Saskatchewan 95 posts
2nd Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Christina Getty:</b>" SO got me pregnant within like 3 months of knowing each other..and we moved in together 4 months later. ... [snip!] ... I didn't want to move in...I wanted my own apartment but I got nervous about not being able to afford everything on my own."</blockquote>




So similar to my situation.



We were together 4 months, I got pregnant, then moved in literally a month after I found out. Both of us were still living with our respective parents. I was making good money so put a lot in for first & last and pretty much everything we own. We got in a few arguments but a lot of them were due to my agressive hormones lol. We made a home for our baby and did it all on our own.

GoldenGirls 1 child; North Carolina 1225 posts
2nd Oct '12

DH and I moved in together in September 2010. We started dating June. We got married January of 2011, pregnant with our DD February 2011. We have not had a fight. Ever. I have a bad temper, but DH's is pretty much nonexistant and NOTHING bothers him. I have seen him get irritated, though. My XH cheated on me and physically and mentally abused me. I think the reason DH and I work so well together is because there isn't anything we can't work out. We talk a lot, about everything. And in a relationship, communication is so very important. We both know exactly what we need to do to make things work, and if we don't, we talk about it. I manage the house, cooking, cleaning, Juliana, the animals, and financials. DH works. But that works for us. DH lets me sleep in a little bit on weekends and takes his daughter out for an hour or two so I can super clean the house on the weekends. (Aside from the normal dishes, and sweeping and laundry). He is pretty open to everything. I have had a lot more sexual experience than him, so getting him to try new things isn't hard. And if he doesn't want to do something, he tells me no. Which is pretty rare that he tells me that. If I want to go splurge on something (which I don't do often. I usually end up buying something for Juliana or him, because I rarely spend money on myself), he lets me. Just as long as the bills are paid, and we don't have anything coming up that is going to require money, he pretty much lets me do what I want. But I let him know what our bank account looks like, when the bills were paid, how much they were...blah blah blah.



After 2 years of living together, I have it pretty good. We fit together extremely well.

AngelGabriel'sMama 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 2103 posts
2nd Oct '12

SO and I moved in together after knowing each other for about 6 months and dating 1 month. One of the crazier things I've done but I still don't regret it. Moving in together was a change. We had to get used to each other and sometimes it caused disagreements.

Nae&Zoe's Mommy 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Red Deer, Alberta 652 posts
2nd Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting A&J. ♥:</b>" Were there any drastic changes? Or did you simply move in with each other and continue your lives like ... [snip!] ... like you fought more or less after you lived together? Even "disagreements"? How long did you wait before making that move?"</blockquote>



My hubby & I moved in together after knowing each other about 3 months dating almost 2 months when I found out I was pregnant. We didn't fight at all the first 9 months but then we bickered about things after our daughter was born. Things got bad last year during the summer, but we've managed to get out of our rut and hardly ever fight now. We have our disagreements but we've learned to communicate better and talk things through instead of blowing up and getting mad. It's tough to learn to live with someone who has their own ways and grew up different.

Ƥinkƴ 34 kids; 2 angel babies; Madagascar 23638 posts
status 2nd Oct '12