- Develop your Valentine’s Day plan. Think about what suits your personalities and relationship. The simpler and more heartfelt the plan, the easier to pull it off.
- Make your Valentine’s Day restaurant reservation ASAP—popular eateries fill up fast. Securing a spot at his favorite restaurant (even if it’s not yours) will make him feel warm and fuzzy.
- Presenting your significant other with roses—or her favorite flower—is a sure sign of your amorous intent. And you do get extra points for knowing her favorite flower. (Men like flowers too! He’ll be tickled and touched, and his co-workers will be green with envy.)
- Get the card now! Don’t wait until the last minute! What do you really want to tell the most important person in your life?
- Dress up for him or her. Just make the effort!
Q: My daughter’s kindergarten class is huge. Does she have to give a valentine to every kid?
A: Yes. In fact, this is probably the school’s policy, but even if it isn’t, it’s still the right thing to do. Explain to your daughter that it’s important to give valentines to all her classmates so that no one feels left out. If she wishes to send cards or treats to a few select friends instead, she could mail them, deliver them personally, or even have a Valentine’s Day party after school.
via Emily Post.
Pugs & Kisses,