My couple of bits of advice would be....
Don't take each other for granted, just because you are married, doesn't mean you stop thinking about each other.
Communication is even more important now than ever.
Don't let anyone, even family dictate how you run your marraige and relationship. Communication between you and your wife will see you through most
things as long as you are honest.
Don't stop each other still seeing old friends just because you are married, wther they be male or female. That can cause resentment. Same with
hobbies and interests, by all means do stuff together, but have some time for yourself too if you want. You'll both appreciate it.
Be faithfull, bit of a no brainer there but many people seem to forget that one these days. If someone does try it on with you or your partner, just
be honest and tell them. If you have the right person you'll end up laughing about it, and also you won't look even more guilty if it's found that
you've been hiding it. or just didn't say anything.
Skeletons. Ideally this should have been done before you popped the question, but you should let your partner know everything about you that could
come back and bite you on teh backside later on. Thats my policy, maybe not everyones, but it saves a lot of hassle later.
Not sure what else to add. In my opinion, whether you're married or not, it's the little things that make a relationship. Gifts when it's not a
special day, even of it's a picked flower or a handmade silly gift, a walk together just to get away from the house.
Most things that keep a marraige together cost nothing.
I wish you all the best for the future, congrats to your good lady too.
ETA: Oh yeah, keep the laughter in your relationship. Times will get hard and there will be more serious issues to address now, but don't lose the
child inside you, having a laugh together will keep things smiley.
edit on 7/6/12 by CX because: (no reason given)