So, it’s Valentine’s Day. A day for you and everyone else to show how much you love one another. It’s a day to trade cards and maybe even a few gifts. What do you think you’re going to get this year? A bouquet of flowers? Another box of chocolates? Maybe a spa treatment if you’re lucky? While those are all great, are they really what you want? Sometimes actions speak louder than words, especially when you’re a mother. If you’re like me, here are some things moms really want for Valentine’s Day. Some you can buy, some you can’t!
5 Things Moms Really Want for Valentine’s Day: Love You Mom Coupons
This is my favorite gift! Wouldn’t it be nice to get “gifts” that may not really appear as gifts? This coupon book gives you just that. Coupons include things like a car ride with your favorite music…uninterrupted! It may sound like a dream, but it can be a reality. How about a day of no complaints or whining? So much better than a box of chocolates, right? If these aren’t some of the things moms really want for Valentine’s Day, I don’t know what are!
5 Things Moms Really Want for Valentine’s Day: The Gift of Time
Remember all the time you had before you had kids? Wouldn’t it be nice to get a morsel of that time back, even just for a day? Whether it’s time to go shopping alone or time to read a book or time to take a shower uninterrupted, time can be the best gift. The best part is that it doesn’t cost a thing!
5 Things Moms Really Want for Valentine’s Day: A Special Day Out Planned by Someone Else
As a mom don’t you always feel as though you are the event planner? You’re choosing fun activities. You’re packing all the snacks and drinks. You’re planning all the logistics. Wouldn’t it be nice to just show up for a special day out without worrying about all the planning? It definitely sounds like one of the things moms really want for Valentine’s Day. So, if your significant other asks what you want, maybe you can drop some hints for this one.
5 Things Moms Really Want for Valentine’s Day: The Gift of Sleep
When was the last time you slept past 8 o’clock on the weekend? The answer is probably before you had kids. Maybe you could ask for one weekend morning when no one comes running in your bed asking for breakfast. Wouldn’t that be nice? Or maybe your significant other and the kids can let you sleep and make you breakfast. Even better!
5 Things Moms Really Want for Valentine’s Day: A Day of Pampering
Whether it’s a DIY spa day that someone else is setting up or a day out at a real spa, or just being spoiled rotten, there’s nothing like a day of pampering. As mothers we often put other people first. So, when you have a chance to be the center of attention, it can be rewarding and relaxing. This can even just mean not having do anything for anyone else, for a day!
Okay, so the next time your kids or significant other ask what you want for Valentine’s Day, don’t be afraid to tell them!