• Valentine day plans?

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    Well seeing as this is only the 4th ever Valentine's Day I've spent as a girlfriend I intend to make a little effort! We've never managed to spend the actual day itself together but this year he's coming to stay with me the week after. We'll give each other a card as usual, night in a hotel and maybe a movie. Nothing too OTT, it's just good to be able to spend some quality time together really.

    Of course Valentines's Day is over commercialised but then so is Easter, Christmas, you name it! It doesn't have to cost the earth though and as others have mentioned it doesn't mean it's the only day of the year to show your OH you love them. It's a good excuse to make them feel extra special maybe but for me that doesn't mean ridiculous over-blown and unecessary sentiment. Rose petals strewn through the house just means more vacuuming lol!

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    I've told my other half that this year we shouldn't do gifts/dinner out or flowers etc. With buying this house and having a baby on the way, it seems silly to me to waste the money. He was reluctant at first, saying he'd "try" to not buy me a gift (bless him) but later agreed it was probably sensible to just do cards and a night in this year :)
    I can't think of anything I'd rather do than curl up in his arms in front of a dvd with these first trimester struggles as persistent as they are!!

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    BumblebeeBuzzed wrote:

    I've told my other half that this year we shouldn't do gifts/dinner out or flowers etc. With buying this house and having a baby on the way, it seems silly to me to waste the money. He was reluctant at first, saying he'd "try" to not buy me a gift (bless him) but later agreed it was probably sensible to just do cards and a night in this year :)
    I can't think of anything I'd rather do than curl up in his arms in front of a dvd with these first trimester struggles as persistent as they are!!

    You could always have something nice for your evening meal in you new house ,perhaps candlelit.It doesn't need to be expensive .

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    mysteron wrote:

    Perhaps this is what you both really need a bit of "Us Time" together away from the house .That's why I think if the hotel trip had gone ahead and don't get me wrong I understend the financial reasons for cancelling ,but never the less it may have been the break that both of you really needed to get some quality time together.

    Well things are on the up, we went out last night for a couple of hours and enjoyed ourselves. He is insiting he is taking me out next Friday night, and I came downstairs yesterday morning to some flowers and chocolates he picked up on his way home from work. Looking forwards now to going out, and even have an outfit planned.

    Last night I met him at the pub as I went out to have a drink with a couple of friends before heading to where he was. I wore a little black 50's style pencil dress, with some stockings and a 50's style garter skirt (I love the 50s era anyway), and I text him to say I wasn't wearing any underwear. He met me at my car and saw as I got out I was wearing stockings, I felt so glam! Didn't take my jacket off all evening as it was bitter inside the pub, and also managed to rip a hole in my brand new cortelli stockings. We got in at 12 and he was due up for work at 4 so we didn't have any fun.. HOWEVER! I plan on wearing the same outfit for our meal out and going to the bathroom and returning and giving him a pair of my knickers discreetly under the table.

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=33064 I plan on wearing this again.. I ADORE it and it is stunning on, and can't wait to see his reaction when he can fully appriciate and see what I have on underneath when we get home. I'm really, really looking forwards to it.

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    mysteron wrote:

    BumblebeeBuzzed wrote:

    I've told my other half that this year we shouldn't do gifts/dinner out or flowers etc. With buying this house and having a baby on the way, it seems silly to me to waste the money. He was reluctant at first, saying he'd "try" to not buy me a gift (bless him) but later agreed it was probably sensible to just do cards and a night in this year :)
    I can't think of anything I'd rather do than curl up in his arms in front of a dvd with these first trimester struggles as persistent as they are!!

    You could always have something nice for your evening meal in you new house ,perhaps candlelit.It doesn't need to be expensive .

    We won't be in the new house by then, unfortunately. But it's definitely something we could do as a belated celebration when we do get there! It's a really great idea x
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    Lovehoney - Paige wrote:

    VioletWolf wrote:

    And Paige - seeing Deadpool sounds like the perfect night to me! 😁

    I know!! I'm SO excited to see it. I've just finished the video game!

    I totally agree , I may have to drop some hints ! #Takemetowatchdeadpool cheeky

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