Valentine's Day for most people means celebrating with your significant other. But once you have children, it takes on a whole new life as Valentine's is celebrated with everyone that you love.
If you have little ones at home, you can take advantage of this time of hearts and chocolates and celebrate with your kids.There are many fun activities that you can do with your kids to create memories that last a lifetime.
- Chick-fil-A is holding a Daddy-Daughter Dance on Feb. 5. You can make a reservation at daddydaughterdate.com to be seated. Reservations are at 4:30, 5:30, 6:30, and 7:30 p.m. All area Chcik-fil-As are participating.
- For a family Valentine's Day event, visit Whole Foods in Johns Creek. On Feb. 12, Whole Foods will offer " Family, Kids, and Teens: Valentine's Day Workshop."Families will work together to make heart-shaped cookies and chocolate-dipped dried fruits. The age of your children determines the time slot that your family can attend, starting with 2- and 3-year-olds at 9:30 a.m.
- There are also many ways to spend a Valentine's Day at home and still make great memories. You can create your own dance. Help your children dress up for the day and turn on the music to dance the night away.
- If you have a fondue kit, put some chocolate dip out with fruit for some dipping fun. If you don't, that's ok, simply melt some chocolate in a bowl and use toothpicks to dip fruit.
- Make dinner fun with a Valentine theme. Heart-shaped food and fun Valentine's colors can make anything you serve into a special treat. Put out construction paper, markers and glitter and let everyone make cards for the other members in the family.
- Whatever you choose to do for Valentine's Day, remember that it a day to celebrate the ones you love. With just a little planning, you can create memories of Valentine's Day that will last a lifetime.