Valentine’s Day Fun Ideas

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Fun Valentine’s Day Ideas!

1. Leave a love note or card for your spouse in different places daily.
a) Pinned to clothes, in shoes, TV, remotes.. etc. b) Favorite cup or mug, inside refrigerator etc. c) In bathroom on the mirror or in shower. d) On Pillow or in their lingerie or pajamas drawer. e) Place them in their car, purses, briefcases, backpacks etc

2. Leave rose petals on the floor leading to different places daily the week leading up to Valentine’s Day.

3. Plan for an intimate activity in each of those locations on those days. It could be as intimate as reading a love poem together or something more elaborate. Use your imaginations.

4. Surprise your significant other when they get home by meeting them at the door with a glass of wine, beer or their favorite drink.

5. Take a drive to a nearby park and have an early Valentine’s Day picnic watching the sunset or a late night rendezvous watching the stars.

6. Visit an Arts Gallery and take in some of their Valentine’s Day activities.

7. If you have kids look for activities that will include kids as part of the event.

8. Bake Valentines Day cookies with your kids and have them help you fix a Valentines Day dinner for the family.

9. Have fun with using red food coloring to fix dinner and create fun along the way.

10. You really can’t go wrong with breakfast in bed, which also happens to be the best start to Valentine’s Day.

11. Visit a favorite area with restaurants and bars. Instead of sticking to just one spot, hop from place-to-place, grab seats at the bar or if they have an outside seating area, and order different kinds of wine and appetizers while  playing footsie under the table. 

12. Flash back to where it all started for your relationship by reinacting your first date. Play a memory game to see how much details you can remember from your date and order the same items for your evening. 

13. If you and your loved one are into physical fitness go for a bike ride along some of the historic sites in your city. Almost all of the big cities and towns have bike rental websites online, including tandem bikes, that have affordable hourly rates.

14. Seek out some of the areas that are not busy this time of the year and off the beaten path, take a Valentine’s Day weekend excursion somewhere that will get you both exploring the unfamiliar. Make reservations through an Airbnb or other source instead of going through the more expensive hotel options.

15. When museums stay open after-hours, they tend to spice things up by throwing a party or holding a special event—especially on V-Day. Take an after-dark art tour for two like the one offered by the San Diego Museum of Art, complete with a picnic basket for two, chocolate truffles and champagne, accompanied by live music.

16. Plan a scavenger hunt at home. Think for items you can use to hide that are his and your favorite intimate items. Be creative and make up your own with fun and erotic prizes.

17. Venture out for a sip and paint activity in your area. You can find some great deals on Groupon for your area or maybe look for areas a that have museums close by that you can visit. Suggest that you use an Uber, Lyft or designated driver to ensure you’ll get an unforgettable night.

18. February weather isn’t always the most romantic, so if you’d rather stay in on V-Day, channel your inner kids and play your fave childhood board games. It’s a great way to laugh and bond without just watching a movie like usual.

19. Do something adventurous and out of the norm. If you are in a warmer climate try a hot air balloon ride. If you are in a colder climate then try indoor skydiving. There are great finds on Groupon where you can get up to almost half off the cost.

20. Check out some local talent for a comedy show, open mic or new artist in your area. You can usually find them listed on Eventbrite or Groupon for your areas. Another source is the display boards at your local coffee shops.

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Have a Happy and Memorable Valentine’s Day!

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Author: Generational Mom

Hi, I'm Sandra. I'm the owner for Generational Mom, I have two amazing children who are apart of two different generational categories. My 26 year old millennial daughter is a professional track and field athlete and a graduate student, working towards completing her Masters Degree and I also have a charismatic and vivacious 4 year old son who is apart of Generation Z. I recently decided to give up my career as an executive in corporate America to become a stay at home mom. I am based in Florida and love sports, shopping, cooking, and traveling nationally and internationally to attend our daughters competitions.

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