Freshly inked LeAnn Rimes showed her love for husband, Eddie Cibrian with the words “The only one that matters” sprawled across her foot. Rimes shared a photo of her new tattoo with the world via Twitter saying, “Ok? Here it is?! It’s dainty. All of my tattoos are very feminine.” Not only is the tattoo girly, but it’s also meaningful. According to People, “It’s something Eddie said to me. It was sweet. It was something Eddie said I was to him.” This is not Rimes’ first tattoo for Cibrian. Right after tying the knot, Rimes got a temporary tattoo on her ribcage that said, “You gave me the courage to be truthful, I promise to give you the comfort to be trustful.”
Is it wise to get a tattoo in honor of your partner?
Tattoos are forever, but hopefully your relationship is, too. Here are some things to consider before getting inked:
1. Your partner’s feelings about tattoos: Your lover might think of this as a mistake you’re making for yourself, rather than a loving gesture towards them. Think about how your significant other feels about tattoos and what message it might send to them.
2. Your future children: Someday your own children might want a tattoo, and saying “no” to them might be an issue if you’re sporting your own ink.
3. Superstitions: Some superstitious people say a tattoo that represents a relationship will be the end of that relationship. Rimes is living proof that this doesn’t happen to everyone (so far). That said, make sure you and your partner are in the relationship for the long haul.
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