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I wish wed plan something... DH isn't very romantic.
Well probably go out to dinner... And I'll probably do something for DH like make him a nice breakfast, get him something small, or anything like that. Money is tight.. Well it always is. Haha He got a really big gift for Christmas a really expensive shotgun he wanted which almost broke the bank so don't really have any big plans.
DH planned us a "night in" for that following Friday. We are having food delivered which is a 3 course meal with dessert! We also have 2 movies rented and we plan on spending the whole weekend just the two of us We usually just exchange cards and not really get presents.
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We don't typically do much, DH will probably make dinner, not sure what, and we will exchange cards. I need to get DD something little - she will be happy with M&Ms though Other than that, I am not a fan of the holiday - haha!
Our tradition is to just exchange cards. I do give him one small gift. Every year it is the same thing. Along with his card he gets a copy of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. It usually comes out just before valentines day. This year, because valentintes day is on a Tuesday, it actually comes out ON valentines day. Just means I'll have to make a trip to the bookstore to pick it up on valentines day.
We never go out to dinner on valentines day because it's always too crowded, too expensive, limited menus and just not very romantic in my opinion.
I've never done anything for my daughter before. Like Cary said, she will be happy with just some M&Ms. (She calls them "M's".)