>I recently got married and my husband is a revert to Islam. Before we were married my
>understanding was that he was a practising muslim, and I would see him pray, fast, and so
>on. However, now that we are married, often he will not pray at work and even at home.
> If I remind him, most of the time he prays. He isn't hostile about it, but just seems to
You are doing the right thing by reminding your husband to pray, and rather it is obligatory for you to dissuade your husband from commiting sins, by skipping prayers. Skipping prayers is considered to be a very big sin that many scholars say bring a person out of the fold of Islam into disbelief. It is encumbant on all muslims to encourage each other on what is just and right, not encourage sins and wrong.
You should also try to relight the enthusiasm for your husband to learn the Islamic knowledge, that reverts have when they first accept Islam.
And Allah knows.