Free Valentine's Day Gifts for Couples
It’s the day that strikes fear in the heart of most men who are in a relationship with a woman. No I'm not talking about the day they meet the parents, get married, or even have a baby. No, this day is far more stressful for most men and it's Valentine's Day.
My husband, usually breaks into a cold sweat several weeks before the big reveal of his gift, subtly dropping hints about the gift he's chosen for me, to gauge whether or not he made the right choice. Of course, after 23 years of marriage, all I really want is a handwritten card – as opposed to one filled with prose written by someone else and my husband's name signed at the bottom. I want to bear witness to my husband's expressions of love for me.
In fact if you're a husband looking to nab that gift that will upon your wife's unwrapping of it will part the heavens and tug at her heart strings– check out my Free Valentine's Day Gifts for Couples.
Get your spouse a gift ( or give your wife an experience) that taps into the emotional connection you share–an expression of your love and the care that you've invested into said gift will reap you major brownie points (including a recipe for a Weight Watchers four point brownie Sundae)
Free Valentine's Day Gifts for Couples
#1 Count-down to Valentine’s Day with little gifts.
Each day like notes left on her pillow, a cup of coffee and a piece of chocolate at her bedside table, a booklet of coupons to be redeemed for kisses, massages, a load of laundry, a chick flick movie of her choice- to be redeemed by you!
#2 Give each other a soft and slow foot massage
No woman can resist the powerful charms of man who will pour her a glass of wine. After you get your wife all liquored up on love rub her feet, her back and well, let the rest of the evening unfold!
#3 Celebrate your love for one another!
Put together a scrapbook of all your favorite memories. And don't forget to add funny captions below each photo or ticket stub.
#4 Reinvoke the sizzle of a new relationship.
Remember When you two were so hot for each other, it was hard to get through the dinner part of the date? Well bring it back! And this Valentine's Day it can be done. Just make a plan. Buy some champagne, get some sexy lingerie, aromatherapy candles, draw a bubble bath and be a giggly, newly in-love, uninhibited couple again. let go of all the hats you wear Mom, Dad, husband, wife, employee and be just one thing for two hours: Two adults in love.
#5 Indulge in a QUICKIE.
Once you are both relaxed- get your romance on. Sometimes a romantic, spontaneous quickie is very exciting and revitalizing to a marriage. Dive into your bedroom or any other part of your home, draw the curtains, and turn on some sexy music. The fact that you have to be quick about it, can make it that much more exciting. And of course it's always fun to attempt a Nine and a Half Weeks scenario…. This is probably one of the most well known film seduction scenes and acting it out with your lover can lead to some heated passionate exchanges. Take your lover, blindfold him (and if you're really feeling frisky bind his hands together, too). Have him sit on a chair, take an ice cube and gently glide it down the nape of his neck and on any other erogenous zones you find interesting. Tease and titillate your lover with this ice cube while planting intermittent butterfly kisses on every exposed body part all while whispering seductive phrases into his ear. After five minutes he will be begging you to ravish him.
#6 Weight Watchers four point brownie Sundae
This entire Sundae is 4 pts.
Weight Watchers points breakdown –2 points for the brownie and 2 points for 2 small scoops of Halo salted caramel ice cream. You could do one scoop and it would be 3 pts. There isn't enough of the caramel Sundae topping to count it as a point (i weighed it) and same with the whipped cream.
Directions Make the Brownies as directed on the box but sub applesauce for the oil. Bake in muffin pan for easy portioning at 350 for 15 mins. DELICIOUS!! Who says dieting has to be miserable??!!
We agree!! Thanks Julie Taylor did sharing this yummy Brownie Sundae!