Valentine’s day is almost here! It’s a great way to rekindle romance with your dear husband and have fun while doing it. Valentine’s day is not just all about the gifts you give each other, it’s also about how you choose to spend that day with your hubby. Here are a few things you can do on valentine’s day to make it memorable:
Take a class together
The goal of valentine’s day is to be able to spend as much time as possible with your loved one and discover new things about them. What better way to do that than taking a cooking class, dancing class or even a pottery class together. Who knows what talents you’ll unearth?
Write love letters to each other
You probably might have never written doting letters to your hubby before which makes it a perfect thing to try out on valentine’s day. Write a letter that speaks boldly of your love to your husband. You can mention things you admire and why you love them. Keep these letters hidden in places for your husband to find and rejoice.
Make heart-shaped food
What’s Valentine without hearts? Engage in a cooking session making foods that you guys love as a couple and while you’re at it, make them heart-shaped. Heart-shaped pizza, cookies and even rotis look so cute heart-shaped. Experiment and have fun in the kitchen.
A great way to wind down and relax on valentine’s day is to give each other a massage. You can light a few scented candles, dim down the lights and put on some relaxing music while giving your other half a sensual, relaxing massage. If this sounds like too much work, you can even enjoy a couples massage in a spa.
Take a bath together
Taking a shower or a bath together is an amazing way of spicing things up. Tag your hubby along when you’re going to take a bath and enjoy some wet, shower time. If you have a bathtub, bubble it up and add some rose petals before getting into it. While you’re at it, why don’t you binge on some chocolate strawberries?
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