The replication of our wedding pattern was special and unique to us and we wanted to be able to share that. When we decided to get married, it changed us both for the better.
It is also very gender-neutral, which makes it appealing for all. Amy likes for me to be involved in decisions like that, so that I have some personal investment. Every milestone in our relationship has created a stronger trust.
We are just starting to slow down as we await the arrival of our daughter and then I’m sure back to busy. I think I live too in the moment to create those fantasies, and that’s usually all that is.
For me it’s a sign of my commitment to always do what’s best for us, and that I always have her best interesting at heart. As our relationship got stronger the battles became less important.
Question: Have you mapped out some sort of parenting strategy? We do chat about how we may parent but nothing will be better than live action and experience. Question: Marriage is a work in progress; for it to be successful it takes work. Amy: We both are always working to be better as individuals and together. We have both put a lot of effort into our marriage and its success.
“If I want to get engaged, I don’t want to spoil the surprise on Dan Patrick’s radio show,” Earnhardt said. “The timing’s not right.” Patrick asked if and when the time comes, would Earnhardt make it a NASCAR-themed engagement. When asked if he’d put a tattoo of Amy’s name on his ring finger, Earnhardt remained adamant.
Patrick replied, “Well, she’ll never expect that, though.
Question: What was the biggest challenge in the early days of the marriage? Amy: Biggest challenge for me in the early days after we were married was our new pace of life. I’m certain Amy will have a lot to do with her being amazing and I’ll try not to be too bad of an influence. When you were younger and picturing marriage, was that what you expected? Amy: I’ve never been one to have big expectations for what marriage would be like or the type of man I’d spend my life with.
Everything seemed to ramp up, which is isn’t a bad thing. Never dreamt of what my wedding would look like or how many kids I’d have.On December 8, , he was cleared to race again, Hendrick Motorsports announced. He missed the second half of the season after being diagnosed with concussion-like symptoms last summer. I figure if we ever get to that step in life, I owe her that much.The wedding took place at Childress Vineyards in North Carolina. Earnhardt, 40, and interior designer Reimann, 34, have been dating since Pop the question already,"' Earnhardt said.Question: You’re more than a year into your marriage. But it was an extremely difficult time for a lot of people involved. Every day is better with Amy as a part of it, and I’ve learned to be someone who makes her life better each day.Although he's retired as a full-time driver in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, where he was voted most popular driver for the past 15 years, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Not only is he still getting used to being a married guy -- he and Amy Riemann married on New Year's Eve 2016 -- he is preparing for a role in TV booth as a NASCAR analyst for NBC Sports. We are ever closer and in sync and are extremely excited to meet our daughter soon. Question: Dale, you had the pressure of your engagement, marriage, recovering from a concussion late in your career, all while racing week to week, and you were wrestling with the decision to retire.