I am Orthodox, grew up Orthodox and have been Orthodox my entire life.
My wife is Anabaptist (Amish/Mennonite) grew up that way, and still dresses that way, and believes it.
The similarities of beliefs are extremely close in theology, but there are a few differences on the "churchy" side of course. Our children we raise in both understandings. Our home life is very "Anabaptist" like. No TV, and computers are used only as tools and never for entertainment. We raise goats, chickens, rabbits and bees. Wife & daughters spin fiber, sew, knit, make soap, candles. My sons and I take care of the animals, hunt for food (never for sport), garden, build & repair fences, and fix stuff.
She is willing to go Orthodox because it is so similar, but (other threads) I'm having trouble finding a nearby church, and becoming a reader is pointless because I kind of do that anyway. We have bible study on Sunday, and sometimes visit a Mennonite church for fellowship with her family/friends. I'm warmly greeted, but I never worship with them. As the head of my household, my family lets me lead the prayer.
The funny thing is, if you fill your life with his creation, there is always something to do rather than nitpick particulars. You can argue icons or not, but somebody has got to collect eggs, shovel the goat stall, and weld the broken latch - isn't that tire low - the tractor is missing a fire - a possum is in the trap. LOL...
There is an old Amish saying "A pulling horse doesn't kick".
We don't disagree, because its pointless to disagree. The faiths are very similar in most ways, of course as an Orthodox I have to see the Anabaptists as (no "Mojo" - whatever that is), but they live as Christians and are wonderful people.
We are happy with each other and our 5 children, and always are open for more children. (We are actually in the lower children amount to the Anabaptist groups - they often have 9-13 children!!!!)
You may want to ask your wife to attend an Orthodox church just to "be with you". It may catch on.