8 Frugal and Free Ways to Celebrate Valentines Day after the Kids go to Bed
Some of us parents are at that stage in life where parenting takes precedence. I’m not saying we cannot or should not treat ourselves to some adult time and situations but sometimes it’s just not in the cards. Read on for 8 Frugal and Free Ways to Celebrate Valentines Day after the Kids go to Bed.
Low funds, sickness, exhaustion, and stress make it hard to have that special time with your main man and partner.
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Here I have compiled a list of 8 of my favorite frugal and free ways to celebrate valentines day after the kids go to bed
1. Share a favorite treat together.
Brownies, ice-cream, cheese plate, a glass of wine etc. This is a “treat yo self” moment. Just use what you already have on hand at home. Everyone has a favorite snack.
2. Snuggle by the fire or candlelight.
Grab a fresh blanket straight from the dryer. I just like being warm. Makes me feel wonderful. It’s even better to share that warm feeling with someone.
3. Watch a favorite sentimental or even new movie/ TV show together.
I love to pick out new movies and shows to try out and these days its so easy with all the streaming right at our fingertips. Sometimes it can even be overwhelming to pick something new. So we go with our old favorite standbys that we know we both enjoy.
4. Yes, back rubs are great and free but break up that old routine, try a foot or hand rub!
Easy to do when laying on the couch together. And do not underestimate the relaxing power of a good hand rub.
5. If the sky is clear and you are somewhere you won’t freeze your butt off- go sit outside and look at the stars together.
Even better next to a fire. Stargazing is fun. My favorite is to look up some of the current constellations and search for them in the sky. Bonus points if you pick an evening with a possible meteor shower.
6. Take a bath or shower together.
I’ll wash your back if you wash mine. Don’t act like you don’t enjoy having your hair washed. I don’t have to go into any detail here, I’m sure you know the possibility of where this one may lead.
7. Do a puzzle together.
There is something calming about working together to a peaceful goal while listening to music. My kids even like doing this one with us but since they are going to be in bed for this, pick a harder puzzle!!!
I am a mom of two sweet kiddos. One boy who is 6 and one girl who is 3. Before kids, I was a Kindergarten teacher. My purpose here is to build a positive place for Moms (or any parent for that matter) to learn, share and support each other in our life quest for Happiness!