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You can melt chocolate or other dipping sauces in a slow cooker or even on your stove top!
Check out two copies of the same book at the library and discuss the book as you read it.
Our “entertainment” budget each month is pretty meager, and paying for a babysitter would leave us with very little left for the actual date! (If you’ve got a baby monitor, you can pretty safely head for the yard or the garage, I figure.) Remember: You can get movies from the library for free, and the internet has tons of great resources for things like game ideas you can play, videos to teach you a new skill, even karaoke at home.
A couple of months ago, we decided to try at home date nights every Friday. When you don’t have a restaurant reservation or a movie showtime to make, it’s really easy to find excuses not to have date night.
Make it interesting by adding a rule that the loser of each game has to lose one piece of clothing.
Seriously, I did this after we had been married for a couple months and we stayed up playing video games until 3 am . Some other fun theme ideas: Mexican, Asian, Christmas, Kid’s theme, 1950’s (or any decade), etc, etc. The only rules are that it has to be inexpensive, and it has to be something that can be done while the baby is asleep upstairs—so cheap dates like walking around the block or running out to the ice cream parlor are off the table. I would LOVE to hear them—and add them to the list! We’ll alternate being the one who chooses and plans the date—and, of course, we can choose something not on the list! Use this printable to easily record and remember all that has gone on in the last 12 months. We were cracking up at some of the funny stuff on there! Make a tent out of forts and pull out your blow-up mattress and sleeping bags. Come back inside when it gets too cold, make hot cocoa and warm up under some big blankets . It’s always so fun to go back and remember all the things that have happened in the last year. Buy some PVC pipe from a hardware store and make your guns. Ask friends and family for recommendations or find some of the most popular ones. Make indoor s’mores and tinfoil dinners in your oven. Sneak outside (if you have kids, make sure they are asleep) and build a snowman or have a snowball fight.