Celebrate Valentines Day The Adam's Cloud Way
- Chase the Romantic Valentines Rainbow with best-laid plans and all that jazz.
- Celebrate Valentine’s day the Adam’s Cloud Way!
Option 1: Chase The Valentine’s Rainbow.
Option 2: Celebrate Valentine’s Day the Adam’s Cloud Way!
“Forget about chasing those romantic rainbows and make it a family fun day where you teach and show your children what it means to love and be loved.”Babies and children learn from what they see, hear, feel and experience. By witnessing your interactions as their parents, they will learn how to love and be loved. You are the only ones who can teach them respect, kindness, friendship, patience and all the other attributes associated with love. So, our solution for a successful family-inclusive Valentines day is to plan something nice for each other and involve the kids from beginning to end. Let me explain by way of an example of a dad (That’s me) cooking a special meal for Mum (That’s Jackie) Step 1: Early on the day, tell the kids how much mum means to you, and you want to show her how much you love and appreciate her for all she does for everyone in the house. So, you have decided to cook a special family dinner that mum would love and need help with. Step 2: brainstorm with the kids, get Ideas for a meal and how to make it yummy and memorable. Kids are excellent at this and will add their beautiful magic to develop beautiful ideas. Step 3: Take the kids to the shop to buy the magic ingredients. Remind the kids that you want to show mum how special she is and ask them to pick only the very best Ingredients because mum deserves only the very best. Oh, the love that will go into that decision will stay forever. Step 4: Pop them up on a kitchen stool and give them a simple job to help prep the meal. Begin a memorable conversation by telling them the story of how you met, when you first kissed, how you proposed and how your love for each other was so strong they picked you to be their mum and dad on the night they were born. During this magical conversation, refer to Salt and pepper as Love hugs and kisses as you season the meal and tell them that just like food needs salt and pepper, a family needs love hugs and kisses. Jackie and I always add a little extra love, hugs and kisses to every meal we cook. Step 5: Ask the kids to help set and decorate the table with drawings, flowers, and candles and make it look extra special to show how much they love their family. Step 6: Enjoy what could become your most treasured and memorable Valentine’s day dinner, and how knows, there just might be a bit of romance in the air now that everyone has had a lovely day and is feeling happy, relaxed and loved. As a bonus, you know that your children will carry in their hearts the memory of when mum or dad taught them one of life’s most valuable lessons - what it is to love and be loved. This recipe for love can be applied to any Valentine's day romantic gesture. With the same philosophy and formula in mind, you can organise any family valentines event.