Reconnect in 30: Digital Love Prompts by Erica Fraser

Reconnect in 30: Digital Love Prompts

Do you feel like a co-parenting roomie? Relationships after children are HARD, that's why these digital love prompts were created.

Relationships after kids are EFFING HARD!

Seriously, if any of these are you, you're not alone:

  • You feel like a co-parenting roommate
  • You want to reconnect, but you don't know where to start
  • You want to reconnect, but you don't have the energy
  • Your fuze and temper are shorter than ever
  • You've spent so much time focusing on the kids, but haven't had a chance to focus on your relationship

If this is're not alone!

Having children is one of the top 5 stressors on a relationship, and it's an adjustment. You're more tired than ever and you're not sure how to fit in time (or the energy) to spend with your partner.

That's why I created this super unique program that will allow you to:

  • Reconnect with your partner (even if you live in different cities or have different schedules)
  • Get to know each other better than ever
  • Use a digital email system to stay connected
  • Find that spark again

I've also been there...

After 2 kids...we looked up at the world and realized we hadn't been focusing on our relationship.

Hi, I'm Erica!
Blogger, mom, and wife
My husband and I were married in 2012, and before kids, life was so much simpler because our priority was each other. Before we had our kids:

  • Went out on regular date nights
  • Always went to bed at the same time
  • Woke up together every morning for a tea, and to watch TV together
  • The only thing we fought about was money
  • Our priority and focus was on each other

Then after kids:

We struggled to connect because we were both in "kid survival mode", where we were learning to be parents, dealing with the challenges of the children, and stuck in a rut of how to reconnect in our new roles.

But then something magical happened!

I bought a daily prompt journal where we took turns writing down what we loved about each other, and that sparked the desire to focus on our marriage, instead of putting it at the bottom of the priority list.

The problem: the journal was a paper copy and we never finished it because either one of the kids kept stealing it, or we wouldn't see each other for a few days.

Which got me to thinking, what if I could receive this prompt via email so that I could continue this journey anywhere, at anytime?

And that's how this began!