Valentine’s Day is a special occasion to celebrate love and affection with your partner. However, when your partner is pregnant, it can be an even more meaningful and memorable day or challenging to come up with unique and thoughtful ways to celebrate the day.
Here are some ideas for celebrating Valentine’s Day with your pregnant partner from our in-house experts;
- Plan a Relaxing Day at Home
Being pregnant can be tiring, and your partner may appreciate a day of relaxation. You can plan a cozy day at home, complete with a comfortable blanket, your partner’s favorite snacks, and a selection of romantic movies.
- Cook a Special Meal
Preparing a special meal for your partner on Valentine’s is a great way to show your love and appreciation. Choose foods that are healthy and safe for your pregnant partner and cook a meal that they will enjoy. You can also set a romantic table, complete with candles and flowers.
- Take a Walk
Taking a leisurely walk with your partner is a great way to get some fresh air and enjoy each other’s company. Just make sure to choose a comfortable and safe walking route, and avoid strenuous activities.
- Get a Couples Massage
Pregnancy can be stressful, and a couples massage on Valentine’s is an excellent way to help your partner relax and unwind. Look for a massage therapist who specializes in prenatal massage, and make sure to check with your partner’s doctor first.
- Write a Love Letter
A handwritten love letter is a timeless and meaningful way to express your love and affection for your partner. Take some time to reflect on your relationship and write a heartfelt letter that your partner can cherish for years to come.
- Have a Date Night In
A date night in can be just as special as a night out on the town. You can cook dinner together, play board games, or even create a romantic indoor picnic.
- Plan a Babymoon
A babymoon is a special trip that you take with your partner before the baby arrives. It’s a great way to relax, recharge, and spend quality time together before your lives get a bit more hectic.
Remember that the most important thing is to show your love and appreciation for your pregnant partner. Whether you choose to do something simple or extravagant, what matters most is that you celebrate your love and enjoy the day together
Here are other random ideas from a conversation with the Teheca Team;
Depending on the stage of the pregnancy, if its early stage, I would definitely not want to celebrate, but in later stages, I would want a peaceful and quiet place to relax at [By female Team member]
Pregnancy wouldn’t affect how I celebrate valentines because pregnancy is an expected result of a love relationship,[By male collegue]
Ask your pregnant partner what she would want to do since the type of celebration should be able to fit her current situation