From Urwah, he was asked by a person, “Can my wife (when she on her period) serves me and approach me while still junub*?”
Urwah said, “Everything is allowed for me, everyone can serve me, and it’s something irreproachable.” 'Aisha has told me that she had combed Prophet pbuh when she was haids (menstruation), even when the Prophet pbuh was i'tikaf** in the mosque, he brought his head to her ('Aisha) and she (' Aisha) was in her room, then she brushed him, even when she was haids."
Ummu Salamah said, "When I was sleeping with the Prophet Muhammad pbuh on a square of black cloth (in a narration: on the floor, I suddenly had my haids, then I went out and took my haids (menstuation) clothes, then he asked,' What happen to you? Did you have nifas***? “I replied, 'Yes.' He then called me, and then I slept with him in a low floor."
Ummu Salamah used to bathe with the Prophet pbuh from a same water vessel, and he likes to kiss her, even when he was fasting.
He also taught us to treat our wife with a special treatment. This was demonstrated when the Prophet pbuh did not hesitate to bath with remain bath water from his wife.
From Ibn Abbas, "That Prophet pbuh had a bath from Maimunah remaining bath water." (Hadith from Muslim).
The Prophet also known to pamper or spoiled his wives.
From Anas, he said: "Then we went to Medina (from Khaibar). I saw the Prophet pbuh provides a cushioned seat from the cloth behind him to Safia. Then he sat beside his camel as he straightened his knee and then Safia put her feet on Prophet knee so she can ride the camels. "(Hadith from Bukhari)
Sharing meal from one plate, jokes and kisses
The Prophet used to kissed his wife when he leave or came back to the house.
From 'Aisha r.a, that the Prophet used to kiss his wife after wudhu' (ablution before prayer), then he pray and he didn’t necessary to redo his wudhu. "(HR 'Abdurrazaq)
Messenger of Allah pbuh also like to eats and drinks from his wife used plate and cup without feeling uncomfortable or disgusted.
From 'Aisha RA, she said: "I used to eat his (a type of porridge) with the Prophet pbuh." (Hadith Narrated by Bukhari in Adabul Mufrod)
From 'Aisha RA, she said: "I used to drink from the same glass even when on menstruation, and the Prophet pbuh take the glass and put his mouth in same spot where I put my mouth, and then he drank." (HR Abdurrozaq and Said ibn Mansur, and Another history matching from the Muslim.)
The Prophet pbuh had a drink in Aisha’s used glass. He also had eaten meat that was bitten by 'Aisha. (Muslim, No. 300)
The Prophet used to kinda squeeze a little the nose of 'Aisha when she was angry and he said,' O 'Aisha, read the prayer: "O my Lord, the Lord of Muhammad, forgive my sins, remove them from the hardness of heart, and protect me from the slander that is misleading." (Hadith from Ibn Sunni)
He also joked together, at the time he was close to his wife.
Mentioned in a narration, 'Aisha and Saudah had their face smeared with food to each other. Prophet just laughed at them. (Reported by Nasa'i with a hasan isnad)
That is our Prophet. He is known to be gentle and loving to his wives. He also loved his wives and even gives them special treatment at a time when they were ill.
From 'Aisha, she said, he (the Prophet) was the most gentle and always accompany his wife who is complaining or ill. (Bukhari No. 4750, No. 2770 Reported by Muslim)
As a result, Islam teaches us a lot about the attitude of tenderness and affection for spouses. It is that kind of romance that Islam taught to all the husband towards their wife. Because Rasulullah pbuh said, the best of husbands, are those who can be kind to their wife.
From Abu Hurairah, he said: Messenger of Allah said: "The perfect believers are those who have the best behavior, and the best person among you is the best towards his wife." (HR.Tirmidzi, Ibn Hibban, hadith hasan)