A: It's very common for couples with young children to struggle in their marriage. In fact, about three quarters of all married couples report decreased marital satisfaction when raising a newborn or very young child. It's a huge transition to go from a couple to parenthood and setbacks are to be expected. Don't give up too soon. It's great that you have stopped the fighting. Try to rekindle your romance by spending time as a couple. Institute date nights weekly and plan a quick getaway if you can. Reconnect sexually. Remind one another of why you fell in love. See a therapist together or individually. Learn to communicate with your spouse and hopefully you can both learn ways to improve your relationship. Living like roommates is not ideal for you or your children. Marriages take work and I hope yours improves with time and effort.