I am just being practical and realistic. We cannot leave our two-year-old toddler and six-month-old baby at home with their three other brothers so just husband and I can have Valentine’s date. Bringing the two with us is possible but then we will certainly face a few challenges. Going out on a date with the husband has become too impractical for the past two years. Nonetheless, we do not want to be affected by such kind of limitation. If we cannot visit fancy restaurants, watch a movie perhaps, and hold hands as we walk, sit or just stare at each other, then we can bring good food to the dining table.
Aside from our birth month and December, February perhaps is one of the most awaited months of the year. This is distinctly true to romantics and the hopefuls. Who does not look forward to receiving chocolates, flowers, and unique gifts from our loved ones on Valentine’s Day?
Let me share with you a few practical yet engaging tips from Adore Me to make sure you are all set up to have that perfect date on February 14. Printed on beautifully crafted advice cards, these tips cover topics from what to wear to options for dinner and gifts. Adore Me, by the way, is an online store that sells women’s lingerie, ladies bra and more at competitive prices. The brand is based in the NYC, the fashion capital of the world.
Valentine’s Day Tips
I hope these lovely tips will make that preparation a little easier and fun. Adore Me and Momi Berlin wish you the happiest and most romantic February date ever.
Firstborn was tasked by his Civics teacher to be her student teacher for her grade 5 and 6 students last February 14.
He relayed to me that his Civics teacher asked him to make a lesson plan.
He went home jubilant that day. His Civics teacher commended him of his excellent teaching skills and exciting lesson plan. He even showed to me some of the students’ artworks. He asked his class to do an artwork about their understanding of Valentine’s Day. And very intriguing indeed how 11- and 12-year-old kids regard Valentine’s Day.