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Community Building Question: Valentine’s Day is next week. Do you typically spend V-Day at home or do you go out to celebrate?
We typically stay home. It’s fun to make a special meal for the kids and my husband but we do typically go out sometime that week, just not on V-Day.
Naomi Fata says
Typically we spend Valentine’s Day at home. With young kids it is just easier. Growing up we didn’t really celebrate Valentine’s Day much so I’ve been trying to make it special for the kids and my husband but that is totally a work in progress. One year I served the meal in heart dishes which was neat. This year I have no idea and need to get working on it!
Ifeoma Samuel says
Hi Jenny thanks for the linkup.
Sometimes we go out….
But this year is different Enjoy the rest of your week.
Blessings to you
We’ve done different things for Valentine’s Day. The last few years, we’ve mostly stayed home. To be honest, we don’t even always do something around Valentine’s Day, just later on in the month. I generally make a new and nice dessert to share with the kids.
Brooke Grangard says
We used to go out, but now we just stay home because going out past 8 anymore just feels so late! LOL!
Michele Morin says
We do lots of different things, but this year I think we’re all going out for pizza and then . . . bowling, maybe? The boys will love it (I’ll keep score . . .).
jodie filogomo says
Since V-Day is our anniversary, we used to always go out. But the crowds are never the funnest, so this year, my husband is going to bring something to eat home after work!! But then the weekend after, we’ll be going out to Seattle to celebrate!!
Thanks for hosting!
Heather Hart says
We don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day. My hubby thinks it’s over rated and that if he can’t show me he loves me every day of the year, on day isn’t going to make or break anything.
My husband feels the same way. We celebrate anyway with a special meal usually made at home with fun dessert
Thank you so much for hosting! I hope that your week is over the top amazing!! Robin | Fluster Buster
This is my first time linking up here, and I love the community-building question! My husband and I go out for a romantic dinner and write each other a heartfelt note. We alternate between who is “in charge” of planning the dinner each year, and, as this is my year, I’ve settled on a new Asian fusion restaurant in our neighborhood.
Love it! Glad you found us!
This is our first Valentines Day as a married couple! We usually keep it pretty simple, we’ll probably go out for dinner at a nice restaurant 🙂
I hope you had a great time!
Donna Reidland says
We don’t really go out on major holidays because of the crowds. It may sound overly simple, but we really do try to show love to each other every day.
Thanks for hosting, Jenny, and be blessed however you celebrate!