I personally love Valentine's Day! I always have.Valentine's Day is fun, romantic, and such a creative time of year. It doesn't matter if you do not have a spouse. If you came here you probably have babies. It really comes down to how you portray Valentine's Day in front of your children. If you ignore it and pretend its just another day, well that's not going to make anyone happy. Changes are the babies aren't going to know much about it either. Let say your alone and you dont have a significant other. Every other day of the year has been great, you've been happy motivated and loving every minute of it. Even though your currently not in a relationship you can still have a Valentine. That baby sitting next to you, or running wild in front of you, sleeping peacefully all snuggled up, makes the best Valentine ever! Show that baby what Valentine's day is all about. Dress up the baby in their prettiest dress or suit, go to that nice restaurant you've been wanting to try, and make a tradition out of it.
Our babies learn a great deal from how their parents act. If they see mom depressed in bed or on the couch because they are alone on Valentine's Day, they will remember that. How sad would it be that our children couldn't fully enjoy the holidays because it wasn't truly enjoyable for their parents. Babies learn from play, mimicking, and imagination. Spark something brilliant and get your child excited about Valentine's Day!
Have a colorful, beautiful, loving Valentine's Day,
We Love The Babies,