1. Food passport (write down local restaurants you want to try and then cross them off your list as you go out on dates). If I hadn't already put together Scott's Valentine's Day gift I would totally do this. And I still might.
2. Kiss Me Countdown -- I made these one night and quietly hung them on the kids' bedroom doors. It was a fun little surprise when they woke up on February 1st. The idea & tag download came from the girls at eighteen25.
3. Notes of love -- On Monday we had a family home evening lesson on love. For the activity we cut hearts from cardstock and wrote what we love about each member of our family. Then we taped them all over the kitchen cupboards. The best part of the activity was going around the table and reading our messages out loud. There were lots of feel-good smiles. This, I think, has to be my favorite one . . .
4. For the Family Home Evening lesson we watched these videos and then talked about how we can show Christ-like love.
5. A Date Card -- Scott already received his Valentine's Day gift. It was a basket full of coupons to enjoy leading up to the holiday, and peanut M&M's (his favorite). One coupon is for a date planned by me. And because we've been watching The Bachelor together, no date is complete without a cheesy date card!