Nudge, Don’t Nag

You know the old expression “You catch more bees with honey than vinegar?”  Well that applies to husbands as well!

Every household has some task or two that our spouse tends to forget on a regular basis that I’m sure is cause for much “discussion.”  In the Felt So Cute household, we have a detached garage and have to walk the length of our property to get to our house.  Cute Husband has a lot of deep thoughts, and in the time it takes to get from said garage to our home, I’m sure his brain has been very busy thinking of all sorts of funny things to share with me about his day, things he wants to accomplish before bed and clever gifts to stash away for future surprises {he’s a keeper, that Cute Husband of mine}.  What seems to slip through the cracks, however, is that the garage door needs to be closed with the remote control inside our house.

But I’ve solved that problem.

Of course in our house, this prompted the question well what’s the garage door’s name? Ummmm…..Alice.  Her name is Alice.  I’m now envisioning neighbors overhearing us talk about “Alice being broken”  or “we left Alice open last night.”  But they already know we’re goofy.

What does your Cute Husband need gently nudging about?

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3 Responses to Nudge, Don’t Nag

  1. Unfortunately, he needs a nudge on just about everything. Gotta love him though. 😉

  2. I love the idea of the “gentle nudging” but like Heather before me said, I think we’d have a ton of these signs all over our house! haha! I’m going to have to pick one thing and make one though because it oh, so cute!

  3. Wendybv says:

    Haha, that is cute!

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