Brad Paisley and Kimberly Williams-Paisley have an adorable tradition — they sit down together and journal their favourite memories from the year.

“Our greatest hits,” Williams-Paisley, 49, tells People. “We record the meaningful moments, the best laughs. That’s a big part of our relationship—focusing on the laughter and keeping a sense of play.”

“A lot of married couples would rather do anything but spend the evening together,” Paisley added, noting that he fell for Williams-Paisley when he saw her in “Father of the Bride” (1991). “That’s not the case in our house.”

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The sweet couple also shared their favourite things about each other.

“You keep our house afloat — seeing you give birth to two kids and raise a third is amazing,” Paisley told his wife.  “And you try to do the right thing all the time.”

“You care about all creatures, great and small,” Williams-Paisley told her husband. “It’s so sweet how much you care.” Also, “He cleans toilets and never complains about it.”

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The love between the two is still going strong, though Paisley would be lying if he said the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t affected him.

“I started bawling,” he reflected on the early days of the pandemic. “Huck said, ‘What is it?’ And I said to Kim, ‘I think a lot of people are going to die.’ It hit me that we were looking at a really difficult future. For me, that was the low point.”

Paisley and Williams-Paisley have been married since 2003 and share two sons: William Huckleberry Paisley, 14, and Jasper Warren Paisley, 11.