In Texas, a common law marriage requires three things:
1. Living together
2. Agreeing to be married.
3. Telling other people you are married.
Unless you have all three of those factors at the same time, you are not common law married, and because of the second factor, it's virtually impossible to end up "accidentally" common law married. To me it sounds like you are not married.
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