What romantic activity can I plan for my partner for Valentine's Night?
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Elisabete - posted on 02/01/2010
i have 5 kids and i did this activity while they were all in bed plus even if they were not you dont have to act on anything till they do lol.
i made up some cards with questions he had to answerea bout your relationship and things you love such as "whats my favourite song ?" then hide the next clue where the cd with your favourite song is and if he gets that question right he gets a reward thats in that card so in one side you right the question in the back of it the reward he gets if he gest the question right .
hide all the clues all over the house and even in the mail box make him walk around looking for them ,then fufill the things you wrote on the cards .
could be a walk in the beach ,restaurant ,fav meal ,or bedrrom things you can do.
he can also make cards for you which keeps things funky .
its fun to do and cost you nothing .
Michelle - posted on 02/03/2010
hi Roanne, since valentines is on a sunday both of you will probably be at home, so set the alarm for earlier than usual & give your hubby an early morning wake up that youll both enjoy. it should set you up for a lovely day together because youve had a bit of romantic time together that isnt rushed or at the end of the day when the last thing on your mind is getting frisky lol why spend your valuable time trying to make huge efforts to please each other for one day then be to tired to actually enjoy it. i think valentines like lots of other holidays/events has forgotten what its there for, which i think is to show your other half that you love them. i think i would rather have a kiss, cuddle & squeeze at my hubbys bum than eat chocolates or stuff my face with a big dinner!! hav a great valentines whatever you do x
Erin - posted on 02/03/2010
@Krista Jasper: I saw those too and was so tempted to get them, but my guy doesn't like chocolate, so I got the pink sugar cookies :) Gotta hand it to Wal*Mart - I love their new products (cookie mixes and such). I can't wait to see what they roll out for St. Patrick's Day!
Krista - posted on 02/03/2010
they have some neat stuff at walmart in the valentines day asile.. theres a romantic gift set with 2 champaign glasses and candles and they have rose petals and massage oils.. they also have pink pancakes with chocolate chips! thats what i got for my hubby!
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Grace - posted on 02/14/2010
putting children to bed for naps can be hard, but I found that if u make sure that if they have quite time at least 30 mins before they go down for a nap will help them want t rest easier, this has to be repeated every day close to the same time every day. plus u have to keep them on the same schedule a much as u can.
DeShannon - posted on 02/13/2010
What my hubby and I have made reservations for a nice dinner tomorrow and we will bring the baby. My mom bought her a beautiful red dress. This will be my first V-day with the baby and I don't want to spend it without her. She will be the best accent! Now, our plans may be shaken if our little angel become fussy, so we have a back up plan- I bought lobster and shrimp from the grocery. Just plan to spend a loving romantic time with your hubby and hopefully the kid(s) will fall asleep.
Jennifer - posted on 02/12/2010
Any time spent with you boo romantically works here. I'm going to be cooking up some nice grass-fed steaks from a local butcher for a romantic candle-lit dinner complete with Valentines Day theme placements, napkins, and decor. Then, we'll top it off with a movie date.
Angela - posted on 02/11/2010
well ive not been seeing my fella long and been at least 5yrs since having a proper relationship. ive have 2 children of my own age 7yrs and nearly 2yrs.me and my fella are staying in watching dvds and having a bottle of wine or two and he says hes got me something. im itching to find out what lol.
Amy - posted on 02/11/2010
Light candles, drink wine or sparking cider, enjoy a nice dinner together, 3 courses- salad, seafood dinner and desert, (at dinner I plan to tell him how much I love him and how happy he makes me, and toast many more happy years together) then dancing in the living room to our wedding song, trading massages. Once all the fun is over, an nice hot shower together by candle light.
Molly - posted on 02/10/2010
Hubby has been gone for past two weeks so we will be staying in once he makes it home on the 13th. I plan waking him up early so we can have a little time together before our 2 and 3 yr olds wake us up! Should be a great start to our day. I would like to have a nice homeade meal for him that day and maybe watch a romantic comedy that evening. Nothing out of the usual since he won't want to leave and is usually exhausted after traveling for work.
Shelly - posted on 02/10/2010
I did have a big plane but it all went down hill, when my boyfriend got called out to work last month an he wont be back till march, this kind of thing happenes all the time. well me an our daughter can go up their his boss offers to pay for us to go up, but their is no train running cause the weather is bad up in maryland. so this will be our first Valentine's day not together, but he did say he will spend the night with me on the phone, talking about how much we love each other... It is going to suck this year but I do got my daughter this year.
Tonya - posted on 02/10/2010
Well, I am currently compiling a list of Valentine's Day ideas. Today's blog post was for the arts and crafty, tomorrow will be a post for those looking for something sexy and either free or inexpensive. Check it out and let me know what you think. http://mochamom04.wordpress.com
Lisa - posted on 02/10/2010
when you have kids its different, we do two Valentine's day celebrations....a family oriented one and an adults only one(for us folks, duh) however I usually don't go for the traditional stuff, if you know your partners likes, tastes, preferences etc. then do something for him, the romantic candlelit dinner is always nice but if you know he'd prefer to watch football or wrestling or some beastly man thing then do it for his sake...there are other days and nights for Romantic interludes and don't stress if Valentines day don't go as planned, i believe this special day is really to please the person you love and every day/any day can be Valentine's day, perhaps if you give in to your partner chances are he's going to reciprocate...(well mine does) hope the plans work out and your day is memorable.
Chantelle - posted on 02/09/2010
Well for me I sell passion parties and I get a awsome commision on everthing I buy and sell so I have alot of passion jsut a tickle trunk away so I am going to do alot of adventerous things from the tickle trunk if anyone is intrested at all about the passion partie business jsut send me a line loveto talk to you about it
Since it's been doing nothing but snowing since Christmas and I really don't feel like going out and neither does he, I'm making dinner, spinach artichoke dip with fresh homemade bread and homemade pizza and an old fashioned strawberry shortcake. However we plan to have our 17 month old with us, but you could find a sitter if you want. It'll be a nice quiet evening at home, just the 3 of us.
Atiria - posted on 02/09/2010
What romantic activity can I plan for my partner for Valentines night? Why wait for valentines night...why not start early sunday morning with a ealry morning quicky, say about 4am? This is before any of the kids wake up and I think any guy would love to be woken up with his beautiful partner touching him in all the right places...Ladies just pretend hes a juicy chubba chup and eat him up!!! His early morning quicky is all he'll be thinking about all day...dont forget to tell him Happy Valentines.
If you cant get a babysitter and do the whole dinner on your own thing, take the kids with you but tease him throughout the dinner with touches beneath the table and sexy comments about eating your food i.e "I love sucking on those". Go home put the kids too bed. You can massage each other, have a bath or shower together. Watch a porno together. GIve him a valentines card and read him a poem while in your birthday suit.
Just cause weve had children doesnt mean we cant spark thing up at least for one day in the year....Give it a go!
Hannah - posted on 02/08/2010
if you've got access to a sitter and a little extra cash, a weekend away is a really nice, relaxing, and sexy way to spend valentines.
We are getting a weekend sitter and going to Yosemite for 4 days, 3 nights.
We are super excited (with our busy schedules, sometimes we don't get the chance to "spice things up" for days at a time). It's really nice to be able to have these few days just for ourselves since we dont' get to see eachother much during our regular daily schedules.
User - posted on 02/08/2010
Go to www.athenashn.com/602 and shop for your partners gift. There are romantic games, adult novelties, etc. Whatever the taste, there is something there for you.
Order directly through the webiste and your order will go out ASAP. Enjoy!
Kayla - posted on 02/06/2010
My husband is at school for the Navy, so we wont be together for Valentine's day :( ! And his birthday, which is February 10th... so I just sent him a package yesterday. I bought some fun and sexy lingerie and some oil and heart candies with "x-rate" sayings. I made him some scotheroos and wrapped the lingerie, one for his birthday and one for Vday, and but some b-day candles in. Our anniversary is May 21st and I will be going to visit him for that weekend. Our little girl will be staying with family for the 3 days. I also have a lingerie for our anniversery and will be able to use all of the things I got him over that weekend!!
Joanne - posted on 02/06/2010
This year hubby and me have decided to just buy each other a card but to make the day for our Daughter because she feels left out every year :( so this year is going to be all about her :) we have balloons and going to make her wee cakes and buy her flowers. She loves her candle lit baths so thats what we are going to do. Then when our little princess is happy and in the land of nod we will have our own special time.
Elisabete - posted on 02/05/2010
well the card and scavanger hunt can be done anytime adn hours we did ours at night time .a bit hard to do it with all my kids in the day time . and wehn i did mine i had my youngest which was 3 mths old at the time .cause you can hold the baby if hes awake while he does the hunt or card search .and the beauty is he can use the rewards anytime he wants .
Samantha - posted on 02/05/2010
i like the card idea and scavenger hunt idea! my husband works nites tho....how do u suggest me to set up a romantic dinner when he's home sleeping all day? (he's off on valentines weekends yay!!) and my 4 month old son doesnt do too well with being anywhere but home....so he's prolly going to stay here with us...he'll be in bed but he'll still be arond....
Sandi - posted on 02/05/2010
The day after Valentine's Day will be our 1 year wedding anniversary. I have arranged for our daughter to stay at my mum's for the first time too. We have never spent a night away from her & this is an extra special occasion so thanks for the ideas. I think I'll mix and match a few.
Suzanne - posted on 02/05/2010
THEY SAY TAKE TEN MINS TO TALK TO EACH OTHER, THEN DO WAHT IS CALLED "STAR GAZING WHICH BASICALLY LOOK INTO EACH OTHERS EYES ... HAVE A "TOY" BOX OF THINGS TO FULLFILL YOUR FASTASIES... ALL IN ALL HAVE FUN WITH YOUR PARTNER, THATS WHAT IT IS TRULY ABOUT SOUL TO SOUL, HEART TO HEART. HAVE FUN,
Kristle - posted on 02/05/2010
Other unique things you can do...go to www.starregistry.com and name a star for your beau. There are 3 different packages you can order which include things like:
A beautiful 12" X 16" full color parchment certificate personalized with the star name, date and coordinates.
A Personalized 12" X 16" sky chart containing the star name, star date, the constellation and the location circled in red where the star is in the sky.
A booklet on astronomy written by a professional astronomer with additional sky charts.
A letter of congratulations/memorial for the recipient.
Walmart now sells boxes of fake rose petals you can sprinkle around the house in trails to different "treasures" in a scavenger hunt.
Couples massages are always a big hit too.
Live out a role playing fantasy (my favorite is arriving separately at a local bar/club/restaurant and pretending to meet for the first time and pick each other up).
If you're both into baths and your tub is big enough...take a bubble bath together with candles and champagne and just enjoy the passion of bathing and grooming each other...which can lead to very obvious erotic activities.
You can use computer programs with a color printer to make up 'love coupons" or little cards to hide around the house/car/garage.
And girls...a lot of men (and "butch" women-if you're in a same sex relationship) actually love to receive flowers as well as give them!
If you live in an area thats warm all year...plan a picnic in a local park.
There are many many different things you can do for valentines day along with the traditional stuffed animals, cards, candy, flowers, jewelry, champagne, and elaborate dinners. BE CREATIVE!!!!
Melissa - posted on 02/05/2010
I have a really cute idea, but not 100% sure how to pull it off. I want to send my soon to be hubby on a little treasure hunt. I want to send him to the grocery store to get roses. Then to a music store to pick up a romantic cd. Then off to a candy store to get chocolates. I'm not sure where else to send him or what else I should have him get. I want to put together a poem or a riddle that will be his clue as to where to go and what to get. In the meantime, I will be setting up our house with rose peatles as well as candles and a romantic dinner with some delicious desert after!! My son will be at his grandmothers house so it will be just the two of us. Any suggestions as to what else I could have him get or how to word the riddle / poem. I have been wanting to do this for a wahile and I just am not too sure how to pull it off. Thanks :)
Jennifer - posted on 02/05/2010
Ask either my husband's mom or my mom to be the babysitter for the evening. For the evening, all I am wishing for this Valentines Day be sweet and simple. Prepare together a dinner, watch a couple of romantic-comedy movies that we would both enjoy and enjoy our intimate time, too.
Michele - posted on 02/04/2010
I have 5 children with number 6 on the way. So getting a sitter is not happening here. I'm also a Passion Parties consultant so the expectations are high for me to make our Valentines Day over the top. I will be doing family dinner then after the kids are in bed the plan is to relax and give a massage. (I'm 7 months prego...hopefully I will get one too) If you want some great tips visit my website at www.passionchest.yourpassionconsultant.com there are tons of tips and ideas there. Check out the Super Deluxe Smitten
http://yourpassionconsultant.com/consult... At all my parties this is a good seller. I have sold tons just for Valentines. I even bought one for my own personal use.
I hope you think of something Wonderfully Passionate to do. Remember check out the site...there are tons of tips on there.
Colleen - posted on 02/04/2010
When our kids were babies (two in diapers), I had grandparents babysit at their house so that our house was quiet. Before my hubby got home from work, I set up a little seduction path all the way up to the bedroom. I lit candles from where he enters our home and signs that led him to the stairs which were covered with rose pedals and candles on every few steps. Sign on bedroom door that read (Dare to enter) then more candles and rose pedals all over the bedroom, especially the bed, where I was laying in a special teddy........need I say more. Dinner came later!!!! I never knew how to top that one since. He was totally surprised and happy that I went through all that trouble for him.
Alvina - posted on 02/04/2010
not sure what to do this year. I'm usually the one who goes all out during the holidays but this year I want something different. I wish my husband had a romantic bone in is body and would take control. It would be nice to be the one who gets pampered and thought of.
Ashrose - posted on 02/04/2010
wow i dont have any plan yet on this coming valentines day but thanks guys for posting here some advice its inspiring me to do some romantic, now i know i will cook and bake some of his favorite foods and of course champagne with candle light. celibrating in the house while baby is sleeping is kinda practical not so expensive. :)))
Kristie - posted on 02/03/2010
this year I'm making a romantic dinner for the whole family. then the girls are going to bed extra early and we're busting out the champagne.
My hubby and I pretty do it every night so I'm looking for a cute outfit to make it extra special.
Tanya - posted on 02/03/2010
Well Valentine's Day is also my Anniversary! This year we got a ALL NIGHT sitter (finally) and we are going to a dinner theater and then we are getting a very nice room! And we'll go from there... They have some affordable fun things at walmart (I know we have 3 kids and I stay home so we are on a budget) they have massage oils (in valentines section) they have of course the k-y intense and also they yours and mine (by the condoms/feminen wash/pregnancy test area) and in that area they also have these vibrating rings they are a very good price they come with a condom but for the price it don't matter if you throw it out (for you tryers or people who don't need it). We are going all out this year cause we have a sittter :) but there is lots you can do when the kids go to bed! Have fun...
Sharon - posted on 02/03/2010
The kind that he will never forget. The unusual. Start out by having rose petals coming from the front all the way through the house with a touch of jasmine in the air. Have a very nice dinner, nothing to heavy (don't want him falling to sleep after the meal). Some candles with a nice decor about them, not the usual ones we always have for romantic dinners, Some very good wine, (nothing to strong). And then make sure at the table you are wearing something revealing,but yet seductive, kind of like see through but just enough to have his eyes popping. When finished, leave the dishes push them to the side but have your whip cream handy, with your dripping chocolate covered cherries, while he is still sitting at the table lay across with your eyes locked with his and start to tease, and take the rest in your hands, but make sure the rose petals are up stairs and on the bed as well, it makes a nice soft silky sheet without having the sheet. Enjoy
Katie - posted on 02/03/2010
go to www.slumberpartiesbyKatieG.com Hit the shopp option and look at the Live the Fantacy button. there are al kinds of love stories there to give you ideas!!!! Here is one "Susan had been with the same guy for five years. Things were getting a little too predictable, and yes, hate to say it, but boring. You really can get into a rut once you feel really comfortable with someone. Susan enjoyed the comfort and security of being with Steve, but at the same time, she was thinking the routine was getting way too familiar in the bedroom. It was time to spice it up for the better!
On the evening of their five year anniversary, Steve was taking her to a great steakhouse in town for a romantic dinner for two. Susan had her ammunition planned and was going to be on top of her game sexually this night and every night from here on. It was time to take matters into her own hands and stop relying on Steve to deliver in the creativity department. She smiled and tucked a box under her coat as she and Steve walked arm and arm into the restaurant.
After their salads arrived, Susan decided to deliver the first fun bombshell of the night. She announced to Steve, “Okay sweetie, open up your present before you start to eat.” He opened the present and discovered a remote control in the box. He looked at her quizzically and asked, “What is it?” Susan told him, “It is the remote control to the vibrating panties that I have on right now!” The look on his face was priceless. His smile got bigger as he realized what he was holding in his hands. He slowly put his finger on the trigger and watched as Susan started to squirm in her chair. She begged him to turn it off! She said, “Steve if you turn it off, I'll tell you about the other surprises I have for you tonight!” That was all he needed to hear to comply.
Susan told him, “Not only do I have those panties on so you can buzz me all throughout dinner, but we are going to play Vegas showgirl dress up later!” “Are you kidding,” he replied. “I am serious,” said Susan. She smirked and thought to herself that he would never know her little secret. She was wearing Sparkly Showgirl Pasties underneath her clothes. Just knowing they were there was making her feel super sexy.
Susan was thrilled Steve was getting turned on with her little surprises!
“Plus Steve, at home I have a little game set up called Naughty Nights, and we are going to have to do whatever it says,” said Susan. “And, if that isn't enough, we are going to take turns seeing who gets turned on the most with this cream called X-Scream. Apparently, it is called that for a reason! I have heard of girls who actually scream during sex while using it.” Steve flagged the waiter down and asked if he could have his steaks to go. It was too much excitement for him to now focus on the food. All he could think of was all the surprises Susan had for him and how fast he could get out of there. Let the night of naughtiness begin! " (from the slumber parties websight)
Erin - posted on 02/03/2010
My boyfriend and I just had our little one, and his sister is nice enough to watch our son for us for the entire night. So, we're going out for dinner and a movie and then coming home to cuddle, watch TV and sleep together in the same bed for the first time since we came home from the hospital 6 weeks ago - and would be our first "date" since October (when I was put on bed rest). I know it doesn't spell "Gone With The Wind" caliber romance to everyone, but that's perfect for us. ♥
Laura - posted on 02/03/2010
good question. We don't have anything planned yet but we know we are going to do something. May not actually be on Valentines though. My husband's bday is the 10th so kinda hard to separate the two. I am going to have my mom watch our daughter and then we will do something...our usual is dinner and a movie out but would like to change it up a bit this time if possible. Last year I surprised him with a weekend getaway at a B&B (we were the only guests there) for his bday then valentines night I had made reservations at a really nice restaurant and dressed up in a sexy dress and then we came back and relaxed in the hot tub at the B&B. It was really nice but not something that can be done often cause its expensive.
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