Ways To Spend Your Valentines Day When You're Pregnant

February 07, 2017

Are date nights few and far between now you're pregnant or do you struggle with ideas now that you are expecting? We've come up with a few lovely ideas to get your romance on.

Have a picnic.

This may seem a little silly but hear us out. Wrap up warm and pack your favourite snacks and head to a local park or the beach. Even better make it an evening one. If the stars are out and twinkling there is nothing more romantic. Pack a blanket though!

Go to the Movies.

We hear La La Land is fabulous and as long as you feel able to sit in a cinema chair for a couple of hours this is a perfect daytime of evening date.

Book a couples massage.

Theres nothing like some relaxation time to ease those pregnancy aches and pains. A couples massage is the ideal time to get you both relaxed before your baby arrives.

Book a maternity shoot.

Change out of the comfy maternity clothes and both glam up. Pregnancy shoots can be so much fun and give you both a chance to have fun whilst striking a pose or two. 

Book a lunch date.

Rather then visit your favourite restaurant on one of the busiest evenings of the year why not book a lunch date instead. If you're feeling tired in the evening this is a great option to celebrate together but still have enough energy to get through the meal. You're less likely to be rushed to sit and eat too (so great if morning sickness is an issue).

So where will you be heading on Valentines day?





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