By: Jessica Aldred Reservations made weeks in advance, an outfit carefully laid out and a thoughtfully selected card prepared for a romantic night out with your significant other. Laughing and reminiscing over good food and a few drinks, followed by a movie or some other form of night time entertainment…ok, stop laughing. Yes, Valentine’s Day … More Evolution of Valentine’s Day
By: Sandra L. Churchill In the month of snowy days, groundhogs, and valentines, I thought it would be fitting to share some “love wisdom” from Gary Chapman’s Five Love Languages book series. The book breaks down the way we perceive and show love into five general categories: quality time, acts of service, words of affirmation, … More Learning the Love Languages
By: Alison Puzia, Guest Contributor Before you head out to your big Valentine’s Day date, celebrate with your kids. Here are 5 ideas to get the whole family involved. 1. Prepare a fun, yet healthy treat for Valentine’s Day dinner with the family, like these meatloaf cupcakes with mashed potato frosting. We all associate Valentine’s … More 5 Ideas for Families to Spend Valentine’s Day
By: Jessica DiRamio V-day is only moments away (or at least it feels like it) and you’re scrambling to finalize the goodies for your kids to bring to school. In all of that craziness, did you forget to do something for your littlest valentines? This mom to the rescue with a few last minute ideas … More Last Minute Valentine’s Day Ideas!
By: Kristen Clifford Since Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching I thought I’d share with you some of the Valentine’s day ideas I plan on doing with the kids. Although I’m sure in actuality I’ll be lucky to do one or two of them, but hey, it’s the thought that counts, right? Valentine’s Day Cards I’m … More Valentine’s Day