Sep 10, 2021
We are excited to introduce you to Jeremy & Betsy!
They have a fun story that started as friends in high school and came back around right before the world shut down. Being semi-isolated together with so much focused time during COVID allowed them to reconnect, get straight to the point, and start planning a life together.
One of the most notable things about them is their adventurous spirits. They love being active and being surrounded by friends. When they choose to do something...they do it ALL THE WAY.
This journey is going to be fun to watch as they dive all the way into this next step in their relationship.
Q: When is your wedding?
A: September 10, 2021
Q: Describe your current family unit?
A: The two of us, one kiddo and hopefully a dog on the way soon :)
Q: Where do you live?
A: Rockford, MI in a house on 2 acres (lots of room for fun toys!)
Q: What is your favorite thing to do on a date night?
A: We love trying new restaurants (especially cooking classes!), having deep conversations, and playing games together.
Q: What is one thing you have learned from marriage coaching?
A: Communication is #1, saying what's on your mind even when it's uncomfortable.
Q: What is one thing you are most excited about for the coming year?
A: Traveling together!
Q: What is one of your rules for fighting fair?
A: Don't rehash past issues that have been resolved.
Q: When and where do you connect most often to invest in your relationship?
A: Nights after Jackson (our kiddo) goes to bed, typically at the dining room table where there are no distractions.
Q: What is your best marriage advice you have for others? or What is the best marriage advice you have received?
A: Keep God at the center of your marriage, then your spouse, and kids after. That way your kids, who are extremely observant, will get a firsthand view of what a loving and healthy relationship looks like.
Q: Anything else you want the world to know about you?
A: We are super weird together. There is a huge amount of comfort that comes from being able to be really weird with each other knowing there's no judgment. The weird is sacred.