9 Husbands Share Their “I’m So Gonna Marry This Girl” Moment

It fills our hearts when we read happy love stories where people get married and live happy lives together. Today’s post is about husbands talking about the moment that made them realize they loved the women they were with and wanted to marry them.

Reddit user, TheLastVyzzor, asked this question on AskReddit:

Husbands of Reddit, what was your “I’m so gonna marry this girl” moment?

Here are 7 of the best responses:

1. Merlord shared his story:

“She went to ‘hop’ on the bed, miscalculated how springy it was, bounced off and got stuck between the bed and the bedside table. Upside-down, legs flailing in the air. She couldn’t free herself, and I was too incapacitated with laughter to help her for a good 5 minutes.”

2. d_b_cooper shared an emotional yet wholesome story:

“We had only been dating for three months, so still some awkwardness here and there. I was working an outrageous amount, and I got phone call that one of my very good friends had just died in a car accident.”
“I don’t really remember walking there, but instead of my apartment, I ended up at hers. She opened the door to her new boyfriend half-ugly-sobbing.”
“Instead of being (rightly) weirded out, she listened and cried with me for a couple hours.”
“The friend who died was the one who had encouraged me (for like six months) to ask my now-wife out. My friend never knew the impact she had.”
“My wife and I have been married for eight years now.”

3. G3NOM3 shared how a scary incident led to marriage:

“She was spending the night at my place and woke up about 3 am in severe discomfort. Over an hour she started to hurt worse so I took her to the ER.”

“At the ER, she was screaming in pain but they wouldn’t give her any pain meds without first doing a pregnancy test. Of course she went to the bathroom while I was registering her, so she didn’t have anything to give.”

“It was while she was in the room in the ER, miserable in pain and waiting for the pain meds to kick in that I realized I really cared for her and wanted to make our relationship more permanent.”

“It turned out that she was having a kidney stone and not an alien chest-burster. She struggled with that problem for years until we find the cause.”

“Bonus: I met her mother for the first time that morning. On one hand I hate the circumstances, but on the other I’m glad I was able to show I could take care of her daughter.”

4. robbzilla shared a simple story:

“Mine was when I imagined what it would be like to not have my then-girlfriend around. It was an eye opener. I suddenly realized how precious she had become to me. It made me see how much I loved her, and how great we worked together. We’ve been married almost 8 years and are going strong!”

5. dramboxf shared a 20-year-long love story:

“Being with her was (and has been, going on 20 years in 2018,) effortless. There was no drama, no having to explain my jokes, my references. She was as nerdy as I was and am. It just occurred to me that we should marry.”

“So, I started saying in conversation ‘When we get married…'”

“Almost 20 years later we’ve been married almost 18 years. We’re still very passionately in love, and it just keeps getting better.”

6. Serial_Doubter wrote about how he found his soulmate:

“When I was 16, an insanely hot girl messaged me on Myspace (yeah, I know) because we had mutual friends and she thought I was cute. We hit it off, started dating, and a few months later I left her in Texas to go on a trip with my family to see my grandparents in Indiana.”

“It was the first time we’d been apart for more than a day or two since we’d been together, and the separation was brutal for a pair of teenage love birds. We spent almost every night of that trip talking on the phone until 3 or 4am, laughing, telling each other secrets and sharing our hopes and fears for the future.”

“She was brilliant – talking to her simultaneously felt like I was going on a big adventure and I’d found my way home all at the same time. That was the first time I’d ever felt like every minute spent away from her was a complete waste of time, and that feeling never really went away.”

“We’ve been together 12 years now, and just celebrated our 7th wedding anniversary.”

“Sometimes you get it right on the first try, folks.”

7. heyo_throw_awayo shared a funny love story:

“Her boss messaged me to tell me she knew when my (at time girlfriend) was texting me, opposed to anyone else, because she would be smiling.”

“Then her mother told me the same thing a few days later :)”

“edit: Her (now ex boss) is a good friend of ours, and was at the wedding!”

Share Your Story

Husbands, what’s your “this is the woman I’m going to marry” moment? Share your stories in the comments below.

Source: Reddit

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