I’m all for getting comfortable in a relationship. Seeing how I really don’t care for my body and would love to change something’s about it so it’s really nice to be comfortable enough to walk around naked and not care especially after 3 kids. It’s also nice to be comfortable enough to shower together, bum out and not have to constantly do my hair and make up. I just can’t justify getting so comfortable you let yourself go, weight wise, hygiene wise, or even your out look on a lot of things. Just because you get comfortable or get married you should never stop “dating” as well as becoming a parent shouldn’t take up so much of your time that you forget you have a relationship to. Being a parent always comes first yes but your relationship comes in second. The things guys/girls do to get their significant other should never stop. The flowers, cute notes, movie dates( either stay in or go out) dinner dates or just plan walks or shopping. Everyone does things that on a few months of getting comfortable they wouldn’t do. We need to be able to show one another in a relationship that we did cute things to get you and will continue to keep you. I’ve seen so many relationships where they fell into plan old routine, they get bored, they fight , they break up. I hate saying it but a year into marriage and I can feel it becoming routine. I be a mother to my kids all day. A maid for part of it so my house stays clean, a cook so I can feed my family, then back to a maid then a mother again. I keep hoping it will change as the kids get more independent, but back to comfort. It’s okay to be comfortable, but it’s good to have boundaries about how comfortable you get. Hey I’m all for skipping a day of showering if I didn’t do much but sit home with the boys, but just learn to set limits and stand near them!