Saturday, May 29, 2021

How Bed Socks Can Equal a Happy Marriage!

 Today I want to review bed socks because they really can help keep a marriage happy!  If your partner has cold feet, keep reading.


Reviewing bedsocks and how they can save your marriage
Original photo, Pixabay.com adapted by Lou16

May is my birthday month and after giving me a cow onesie last birthday, my husband went for something that would be a gift for both of us - bedsocks!

I imagine that there could be nothing worse than encountering a couple of blocks of ice when you're snuggled up in bed, but pushing your partner away probably isn't great for your marriage either, so - bedsocks!

I have always had cold feet, but as newlyweds, my husband acted as my human hot water bottle and would warm them up for me.   As he's gotten older he feels the cold more and if I rest my feet on the back of his calves to warm them up, I don't get a great reaction!

I will be honest, I didn't appreciate losing my little feet warmer which is why I recommend adding bedsocks to the marriage if you're in a similar situation.   No hurt feelings and no freezing feet to move away from, they really are a win/win item.

Socks are great and we've written a number of different reviews on this site about them - sock reviews - however, don't think that you can just wear a pair of socks to bed, that is not the same as bedsocks!   Bedsocks should be soft and, in my opinion, they should be fluffy.   All of the bedsocks I have owned have been very fluffy.

A bonus as you get older are the bedsocks with grips on the bottom - I really should be wearing these as I walk around the house in my bedsocks, but my husband always goes for the ones that feel nice and soft and did I say fluffy!

I think cold feet must be genetic because I can remember as a teenager my dad buying my mum a couple of pairs of bedsocks for Christmas one year.  I remember because he wrote a poem to go with them which I thought was really romantic (but I'd never have admitted that as I was a teenager!).   It was no prize-winning poem but a' roses are red' type of poem.   I think it went something like this:

Roses are red

Violets are blue

Your feet are cold

So these are for you

Now I didn't get a poem from my husband, in fact I did tell someone 'hang on romance must be dead as I got flowers from my mum, jewelry from my daughter and socks from my husband!'  They knew I was joking as the socks were really appreciated, I just wish he could've found some that looked like hoofs to go with the cow onesie, but apparently, he couldn't find any like that.   On a side note, I HAVE discovered some (although they're not bedsocks) so if you would like hoof socks check these out!  I'm thinking about getting some - if I do I'll definitely review them for you and even photograph them with my cow onesie just so you can really appreciate them!

Now, who's going to admit to having cold feet?   You know they say cold feet mean a warm heart (or is that cold hands?).




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6 comments:

  1. Oh Louanne I'm so happy that you found a way to keep those tootsies warm, the marriage happy and your feet comfortable. I have the opposite problem, I need air conditioning for my feet! I will have to keep my eyes and ears open to see if any of my kids have this particular problem and then I will know exactly how to help them! Thanks for a cute Saturday morning post!

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  2. You are a woman after my own heart ... er, feet, Louanne. I have worn socks to bed for years as I cannot sleep if my feet are cold. Cute article, but also very practical. Cold feet are no joke.

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  3. I have cold feet and I certainly have bed socks! I leave mine waiting at my bedside so they are available as soon as I get into bed. I usually remove them sometime during the night, but it is definitely nice to have them available should I need to get up during the night. Out from under the covers, my feet become icicles.

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  4. I’m also a member of the Sisterhood of the Popsicle Toes, lol! I tend to get cold at night (or when I’m very tired or sleep-deprived), regardless of the ambient temperature, and my sweet husband has always been my willing “hot water bottle” when I’m shivering under the covers when I first get into bed. However, I have been feeling increasingly guilty about warming my frozen tootsies on his nice, warm shins. I think it’s probably time for me to try wearing bed socks, too!

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  5. LOL, I remember your cow onsies - that was hilarious! You both have a terrific sense of humor. I did check out the hoof socks at the link, lol, those are pretty funny. You lost your human foot warmer but gained socks. Haha.

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  6. Happy to hear you found a great solution to cold feet and keeping a happy marriage :) I rarely have cold feet but I do love fluffy cosy socks!! I could not wear socks in bed as I would be too hot but I do wear them in the evenings especially when we have film night. Love that little poem as well :)

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