6 Ways to Make Your Valentine's Day Celebration at Home Special
If your idea of a romantic Valentine's Day usually involves a night on the town (preferably with a swanky dinner at a candlelit restaurant), this year may not exactly have you brimming with anticipation. With indoor dining limited in most of the country, Valentine's Day at home is probably in the cards for most couples (and Galentine's Day get-togethers are probably going virtual, too).
But before you get too bummed out, keep in mind that Valentine's Day at home can be plenty romantic—even if you have your kids at home with you and no sitter in sight.
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