Some defend against celebrating saying "but we love each other every day". Not the same! While getting some TLC any day of the year is heart-warming, pretending to celebrate Valentine's Day every day is like having a birthday cake after every meal. Every year, I try to do something cute for my Geoffrey (the lucky husband :).
This year the idea came to me when I saw Peptogirl's Valentine's Day printables ...
I love the cute sayings, I love surprises and this was just such an easy task ... All you need is a printer and a pair of scissors and a bit of cheesyness (the mac takes care of that) ... and download the printables, of course!
Ready to go to work?
(I know I "said" you don't need to spend a penny on this,
but how could I resist buying this chocolate and stuffing it into G's jacket?)
Let's make dinner together! Something as sophisticated as Mac'n Cheese?!
Would you get the box of pasta, please?
What's for dessert?
Ok, just because it's Valentine's Day I won't stay up late crafting ... let's go to bed ;)
Or would you rather read a book instead?
So much fun, little effort and I am sure any partner will appreciate a little love note or chocolate!
I am not sure what LoLo is getting yet - maybe heart shaped pancakes for breakfast? If you have older children in your life, my friend Bird (a.k.a. Printable Fairy) designed the cutest Valentine Bingo that you can download directly from her website and her blog:
Want more hearts? I may just do one more post on the topic so come back!