I’ve got five easy Valentine’s Ideas that don’t require much planning, purchasing, or preparing.
I’ve shared several Valentine’s ideas over the last few days. In case you’ve missed anything, here is quick recap for you:
Don’t Buy Anything
Traditionally couples exhibit their love for each other with chocolates, flowers, or a night out on the town. But, sometimes even an extra $20 can be hard to come by. With a little creativity, you can show your love without pulling out your wallet.
I don’t have time to make elaborate, gourmet valentine cupcakes to send to my daughter’s preschool or my son’s elementary school class. Here, I am sharing ten easy recipes for Valentine Cupcakes.
Let a Kid Teach You
Want to hear something funny? I got a lecture from my four year old because we didn’t “play” Sunday. On our way home from school Monday, I asked her what she wanted to do when we got home. The idea came up of writing out her Valentine’s Cards to take to school for Friday’s Valentine’s party. Read all about my experience Addressing Valentine Cards with a Preschooler.
Just Do It
If you’re anything like me, you’ve waited until the last minute to get everything ready. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered! Check out Mom’s Last Minute Guide to Valentine’s Day for cards, gifts, and activities to get you through V-Day.
February is the one month of the year where everyone has love on their minds! It can be romantic, it can be love for your children or parents, or you could just be a movie lover! Whatever you love, this February Warner Bros. has you covered with some amazing DVDs perfect for the whole family! Enter the Warner Bros. Valentine’s Day DVD #Giveaway.