Happy Valentine's Day 2013 from Kids Formal
Kids Formal Newsletter February 14, 2013
by Andrea K. Clark
Dear Valued Customer,
In honor of Valentine’s Day, I wanted to do something a little different with this particular newsletter. I’m not sure about you, but it seems like to me that people of the world are getting so wrapped up in their “status” that they’re forgetting about the things that are truly important…like faith, family and love. And, as you all know, Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14th but why is it that we only want to show our love towards those we care about on this one day? Maybe, if we would find ways to show our appreciation for those we love all year long we would all be a little happier? So, in this newsletter, I thought it would be fun to list some creative ways that you can show those you hold dearest how much you care about them throughout the year. Make 2013 different!
• Regular Romance – As most of you know, I’m a mother of two young boys. While I absolutely adore my children, I also have a wonderful husband whom I’ve loved for the last thirteen years. I’ve been a mother for five and a half amazing years now, and during that time, I’ve learned that in order for me to provide the best home for my kids, I need to make my relationship with the kids’ father a priority. Kids can detect the feelings parents have for one another and it does have an impact on them. Children are happiest when they feel secure and loved and when mom and dad aren’t getting along, kids don’t feel secure anymore.
Therefore, make it a priority to have regular date nights with your spouse…with only your spouse and not the kiddos. It doesn’t matter if you’re making a reservation at a five star restaurant once a month or if you’re sending the kids to grandma’s for an evening and cooking for your spouse once a month…just make time for your spouse and your relationship will thrive. And so will the kids!
• Weekend Fun – Obviously, your spouse isn’t the only person in your life who you get Valentine’s gifts for…we all go out and get something special for our little ones too, right? Well, then it’s also important to show these little ones how important they are to you year-around. Just like you do with your spouse, plan a day every month where the entire family spends time together. It may not seem like much, but spending days at the park grilling and playing Frisbee together are the kind of memories that kids remember when they’re adults. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to have fun together as a family – all that’s required is that you spend time together as a family!!
• “Just Because” – It doesn’t matter if we’re talking about your spouse or your kids – everyone loves to get those little “just because” gifts. Therefore, every now and then surprise your spouse with a little “I Love You” sticky note on the steering wheel so he can see it first thing in the morning. Or, surprise your kids with their favorite Sonic drink occasionally when you pick them up from school.
It’s the little things like this that people feel special. So, why should we only do them on Valentine’s Day? Make 2013 different by showing the love and appreciation all year long!
We hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!
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