Here are some ideas to get you started...
- Write a love note to your husband. Hide it somewhere for him to find.
- Make Valentine crafts with the kids.
- Make a Valentine box to keep in the kitchen and encourage everyone to put notes inside.
- Bake cookies with the kids. Eat some and take some to a neighbor.
- Make a list for each child telling them all the things you love about them.
- Wives - wear something pretty to sleep in.
- Have the children help you decorate for Valentine's Day.
- Visit a nursing home and hand out cards as a family.
- Make a special Valentine dessert.
- Give your kiddos a special treat bag on Valentine's Day.
- Make a Valentine Dinner. Eat by candlelight.
- Read Valentine's Day books to the kids.
- Memorize Bible verses about love.
- Drink hot cocoa with heart shaped marshmallows.
- Have the children write letters to grandparents.
- Make a Valentine banner to hang on the mantle.
- Cook an "all red" meal on Valentine's Day. Think Italian foods, Kool aid, red velvet, etc.
- Challenge the family to find ways to show each other extra love all month.
- Help the kids make pretty flowers to put on the table.
- Hang something special on the front door. I'm going to turn THIS wreath into a Valentine wreath.
- Have the children make card holders to hold their Valentines.
- Serve heart-shaped strawberry muffins for breakfast. Put a note beside each plate.