4 Ways to Cuddle in Bed Longer on Valentine's Day Sunday

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Valentine's Day falls on a Sunday this year. That means many couples have the perfect excuse to cuddle in bed a little longer on Valentine's Day morning.

  1. Occupy the kids: Oh, a little TV's not so bad for them. Pop in a movie for the kids, hand over the remote, and run back to bed to cuddle longer with your darling.
  2. Put on clean sheets: Put fresh-smelling sheets on your bed the night of February 13th. When you wake up in the morning, you won't want to get up.
  3. Wake up early: Giving up sleep is sort of a sin for parents, I know. However, if your kids are still tiny tots, it might be nice to set the alarm to wake up early with your partner and enjoy each other before the baby or kids wake.
  4. Get an overnight sitter: Now here's the best idea. Take Grandma or another loved one up on their offers to take your kids overnight, ESPECIALLY if your kids don't sleep through the night. A good night's sleep and some morning cuddles will make your Valentine's Day.

How do you plan to sneak in extra cuddling in bed on Valentine's Day?

 

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Sweet... SweetLuci

The night before, tell them that when they wake up, there will be a special surprise waiting for them, and they can open it and play quietly with it in their room-in their pajamas, but that if they wake up mommy and daddy-it will be time to start the day-and they'll need to get dressed and have breakfast. Then leave a coloring book and crayons, legos, whatever will keep you kid occupied for awhile. My kids never wanted to eat or drink when they first woke up, but if you're do, I'd leave some cereal in a baggie and a juice box.

Cafe... Cafe Jenn

Ha.  My hubby has to be at work at 5 am on Valentine's Day so no extra snuggling for us unfortunately :( 


When we do want some extra time, which is usually rare with our work schedules and the kids school schedule, we send them to their playroom to watch a bit of tv.  They almost never turn it down because it happens so infrequently.

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