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Okay, guys. Valentine’s Day can sometimes be tricky. Here’s a little poem to help you out:
Mom’s of littles, amiright?
It’s not that we don’t love being around our husband or children. In fact, you all bring us so much joy and happiness and we’re incredibly thankful that we have you in our lives. It’s just that… sometimes… we kind of, sort of need a break. And I talk about a Valentine’s Activity you can do for your kids here, but this time let’s talk about you men can do for your woman instead.
Valentine’s Day always has so much added pressure to it. With my husband and I, we like to have the attitude that we show love to each other every day, so that a day designated for it is just another day. But then if you don’t acknowledge it or do just a little something, then it just seems like you forgot or someone ends up feeling at least a little disappointed. Okay, okay, that someone is me. And I know, mixed messages are confusing.
One year, my husband suggested taking me out to a nice restaurant. How sweet is that? But then this is what went on in my head: