Dating your husband
Date other people if you want, and make the personal changes you both need to make in order to be better partners in the future. It's easy to slide right back into old habits, but remember that the relationship you two had before didn't work, so trying again with a fresh approach can be helpful.
Don't go right back to eating dinner in front of the TV. Go on dates with your ex the way you did when your relationship was new: out to dinner, the movies, long walks ... And there's no need to see each other every day -- slow down and enjoy the dating period.
According to an article at Psychology Today.com, it's critical to take some time for yourselves before trying to reunite.
It can be confusing if your children have both parents under one roof for a week, then another breakup, then back together.
If you commit to being with your spouse again, really commit and make the changes necessary, in yourselves and in your relationship, to keep the relationship going.
It makes sense that it can be tempting to fall back into a relationship with your ex-husband.
After all, something drew you to him in the first place and in addition now you have memories, history and possibly children together.