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Making Valentines Day Special for the Whole Family


With the pandemic going on, it is hard to keep that holiday spirit. How can you bring the love on Valentines Day to your family?



Covid-19 has prevented us from doing a lot of things this past year, However, we have all managed to pull off Thanksgiving and Christmas so how hard is Valentines Day really going to be? 

It may be a bit challenging to come up with ways to make Valentines Day extra special for your family so here are some fun ideas!

  • Write letters to one another: Let your family show the love by taking time out of your day to sit down and write to each other about the reasons you love them.

  • Make cookies or other sweets: Nothing is more fun than baking cookies and decorating them afterwards. Use red and pink icing and heart shaped sprinkles to encapsulate the idea of Valentines Day.

  • Have a special dinner: Dinner with the entire family is a great way to sit down all together and appreciate those moments. 

  • Teach your children self love: Self love is the most important form of love. Allow your children to love themselves no matter what. Teach them the meaning of love and how it can change your life. To learn more about self love and children, go to to meet ItsMe and read abotu what love truly is.

  • Have a movie night: The best way to unwind after a long day is with a movie and sweets. Depending on your child's age, there are lots of movies that incoorporate the idea and message of love. Rewatch your favorite or try something new!

This Valentines Day, make sure to show love and gratitude to your family. It's been a tough year but know you have one another and the 14th is all about the love you share.

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