We all know the stigma around Valentines Day and how its usually either met with giddy excitement, or dread! We personally LOVE (no pun intended) this Holiday. First, because it's JASE's BIRTHDAY, and we get to celebrate him on LOVE Day, but it also made us think a little differently about how it DOESN'T have to be a day only for those with a "Romantic Relationship" It can be a day for ANYONE or ANY SITUATION. So we came up with some Valentines Day Ideas with ANYONE, or no one if thats what you prefer too. Where you can be grateful and have fun with your Family, Friends, a significant other, or just to show yourself some much needed YOU time!
Valentines Day Ideas WITH FAMILY!
special breakfast - pink pancakes, crepes, waffles- with berries & nutella, etc.
write notes for the kids before they go to school, or put notes inside their lunches. special note of why you love & appreciate them
special outfits & hair do's for younger kids - spray hair pink, add beads, weird hair spray for boys
Etiquette dinners - nice dinner teach your kids & teens proper manners, etiquette, eating, how to talk, conversations, etc.
Paint night ( you could do with anyone, but fun to do as a couple especially)
dress up and take pictures - its always a good idea to take pictures on special occasions
Watch Family videos and talk about favorite memories
make a special dinner at home - let the kids help by setting up the plates, the candles, etc.
Play Get to know you games: Bowl Game, Never Have I Ever, 2 truths & a lie.
single day awareness for singles - watch all the chick flicks, or even watching the opposite - girl power movies.
for the single guys - having bro's night - playing games
Or if you want to read some of our fun old Blogs about our normal everyday Valentines day, you can go HERE,
Hope you enjoy the rest of your February and make sure to Focus on those Relationships that matter most this month. Tell those you are grateful for, that you are grateful for them, and those you love, that you LOVE them.
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