Celebrating Your Familly on Valentine’s Day

Celebrating Your Family on Valentine's Day (3)

There are so many cute ideas for Valentine’s Day.  Sometimes, I want to try them all.  And then I get my sanity back and realize simple can be better.  It is completely ok to not add to your family’s already existing traditions, whatever the holiday.

Here is what my family does for Valentine’s Day:  Each February starts with our Mail Boxes.  Then, on the day itself, there are the chocolate chip cookies that I make and the sweets that Dan buys.  Sounds like enough, right?  Yep, it is.

But there is one thing I will be adding this year.  

10 Things I Love About You

Simple, sweet, heart-shaped love notes.  Little messages that tell my family what I love about them.  Add some strawberry milk and we’ll be all set.

So let me encourage you to keep it simple, but meaningful.  Have fun and celebrate your spouse and children.

valentine's day fun

Want to really be a blessing to your husband this Valentine’s Day?  Check out our 5-day Praying God’s Word for Your Husband series.

What are your family’s Valentine’s Day traditions?

Comments

  1. Whenever I need a splash of creativity you are my go-to place! I have to be honest, I haven’t visited your blog in a while (trying to use my time wisely and all that) but I was so excited to be back! I will DEFINITELY be joining you in cute love-notes this Valentines (and strawberry milk–yum!) as I begin to instil some family traditions of my own this Valentines Day. Thanks for your inspiration! 🙂

    • Summer, you just made my day. How sweet you are. I am so glad you’re back. Wishing your family a simple, but meaningful Valentine’s Day!!

  2. Such a cute idea! I was just trying to come up with a fun way to bless my family and let them know they are loved…here it is! i will definitely be doing this one! Thanks Kristen!