Myself and Boo and have been married for a long time now. And whilst we celebrate our wedding anniversary, Valentine’s Day is always a challenge in how to celebrate it, or even celebrate it at all? Can we?
Not everyone has readily available childcare
Valentine’s Day Dine for Two
With the local M&S around the corner, I thought I’d grab get a pasta dish, Chinese, or something different from their “Dine for Two” range. Which historically has always worked out well, its quality food and a good price and adds a little bit of specialness to the evening. For Valentine’s
Boo taste buds are quite plain and I have to take this into consideration whenever we eat out or I bring something back. There was a great selection and I could have swapped out several things for myself but what I choose looked delicious. While I was there I decided to get some red roses. Boo isn’t a big lover of flowers, not because of the designs or smells but the price, as normally these were expensive. I saw red roses for £5! so I had to get them for her and knew she wouldn’t moan about the cost.
Let’s get the kids to bed
Opting to wait until the kids had gone to bed so that we could enjoy the meal without interruptions. It was all easy to cook and came out looking great. With the table set
We saved the profiteroles from the desert and the chocolate for the films. We choose Sweet home Alabama and Dirty Dancing, two films that Boo loves. I actually like
It may not be as fancy as other people’s day, or expensive? Or an incredibly special event. But for us, it is all we can do and we should always make the best of what we can, even with no help we can make it special in our own way, for us.
How did you celebrate Valentine’s Day?
You’ve heard from mum, now it’s time to hear what the dad said!