Valentine’s Day is upon us! Children exchange cards and eat cookies with classmates during school parties. Husbands and boyfriends bestow flowers and candy as tokens of love. Mothers and fathers receive adorable handmade cards from their children. Here are a few charming ideas for celebrating Valentine’s Day in the Woodlands, family style.
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Write a Letter. Instead of buying a grocery store card, pick out pretty stationary or blank cards. Write a heartfelt letter to your child and significant other describing their best qualities. (Teachers also enjoy receiving personal letters from students!)
Play a Favorite Game or Sport Together. Playing a game or sport together creates stronger family ties. When the game ends, yell out “group hug” for the entire family. Don't forget to include the family pets!
Take A Hike! With miles of hike and bike trails, The Woodlands is a fantastic place for a family hike or bike ride together. Pick a new trail you've never explored together and set out on a new adventure! South Shore Park pavilion in Panther Creek is a beautiful spot to view the sunset on Lake Woodlands. If an urban hike is your preference, begin your walk at the Pavilion and stroll toward Waterway Square. The water and light show on Waterway Square begins at 6 pm and includes the songs Every Breath You Take and Unchained Melody.
Pay It Forward. Did you know that someone is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis each day? On February 14, you and your loved ones can pay it forward by joining the fight against MS. Chick-Fil-A is sponsoring Team Audrey’s Heroes, and registration is still open!
2 Sweet 2 B Forgotten! Some people appreciate quality time or loving words of affirmation. For others, a one of a kind, thoughtful gift conveys love in a truly special way. Make a special meal your family loves or let them choose a favorite restaurant. Share a favorite dessert. Short on ideas for that Valentine's dinner? Check out Kraft Foods’ Valentine’s Day site, 2 Sweet 2 B Forgotten: