Looking for some fresh spring date ideas? You are in the right place! If you haven't noticed, we are big proponents of making the time and effort to date your spouse. We are not talking about the traditional "date night" being the focus, but we are talking about making sure that no matter what your situation is (i.e., young kids, limited funds, etc.) that you don't use it as an excuse not to spend intentional, special time every now and again with your beloved. We have had every imaginable obstacle try to keep us from date night but have always figured out a way to beat those odds. We have shared a plethora of date ideas from romantic stay-at-home date nights to outdoor dates to free and low cost dates. The point is not where you go, but who you go with. Today we are going to share with you some fresh and fun spring date ideas that will be sure to inspire and ignite your love for one another once again!
10 Fresh Spring Date Ideas
1. Local Garden Date
We love to peruse local gardens in the spring when the flowers are blooming and new growth is all around. Even when the kids were all little, we could let them run around (in our direct line of sight) as we held hands and had some special time together. It has worked wonders in both our spiritual and soul connection.
2. Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Spring is a great time to head out to a local baseball game! You can catch some one-on-one time in the stands, holding hands and cheering for your favorite baseball team. We've gone to professional games, college games, and high school games. It is a fun way to be together and enjoy some time out of the house!
3. Hold Hands
Often and anywhere. Yes, this can be a "date." Holding hands has been proven to provide comfort and deep connection between spouses. One scientific study about hand-holding suggests that women who were faced with the threat of electric shock (yes, electric shock) showed emotional and behavioral differences proving strength when holding the hand of their husband. I know we light up when holding one another’s hand and we do it every chance we get.