In the sixteenth century, St. Francis de Sales, bishop of Geneva, tried to expunge the customized of cards and restore the lottery of saints' names. And rather than disappearing, cards proliferated and became more ornamental.
Similar to there is a story or a reason behind every event, there are tales associated with the Valentines Day too. Every year 14th February is cheered with exchange of loads of feelings and presents. According to a story in fact it is the day when a follower of love compromised his life for this most beautiful feeling which is yet the cause of mankind on earth.
To make your love more than a consumable box of sweet or a card that sits on the rack, be interactive and active on an everyday basis with your children. Tell your kids that you like them with time.
8. Pamper her by gifting her a session at a medical spa she loves.
Promising review: "This adventure book is really cute. I bought this because my boyfriend and I just moved into our first apartment together! It's a very exciting time for us and this adventure book was the perfect start to our new adventure. The brown pages are big enough to fit a good amount on each page. There are no plastic protectors. It is more like a scrapbook than a photo album. I love it. It looks just like the one from Up. Well worth it!" —Sara Pepas
Remake your kid's preferred board game in jumbo size and play it together. Making it together and setting it up is half the pleasure.
The latest incarnation of the ubiquitous Fitbit just may be the ideal Valentine’s Day gift for any fitness-obsessed, techy guy out there. It tracks his calorie burn throughout the whole day, monitors his heart rate, and has Alexa built in. It allows him to make purchases via six debit or credit cards, and plays his favorite Spotify, Pandora, or Deezer playlists.