Five Valentine’s Day Family Ideas.

Although you still have your occasional date nights, Valentines Day sure does change once you become a parent.

The best part though? It’s still so much fun, but instead of romantic quiet dinners as a couple, it can become a loud family date night.

I’m here to give some great ideas to celebrate Valentines Day as a family. It is after all, a day full of love and what better way to spend it than with ALL the people you love the most?

Let’s check out some fun ideas for the family below 👇


Ice skating/ roller skating night out.

How fun does this sound? Ice skating is such a fun winter activity in general but I feel like it, along with roller skating if that’s what you prefer could be such a fun Valentines family date. I wish my kids were just a bit older so we could do this as a family this year!

Family game night.

These are always my favorite type of nights. Game nights are so fun for any type of night but it would be a great Valentines Day family date! Order a heart shaped pizza to go with it and you’re all set.

Movie night in or movie at the theatre.

There are finally good movies coming out again and movie nights are such a great classic family night idea.

A trip to the bookstore.

Grab a hot chocolate, a heart shaped treat and hit the book store! Pick out a good book and have a cozy family reading night.

Family karaoke night.

Along with game night, I think karaoke is so much fun even if I do have a terrible voice. Get creative and have fun! I’m sure the kids will love it as much as you do.


There is so much you can do to have a great Valentine’s Day while including the kiddo’s.

I hope some of these ideas helped you out and as always, thanks for reading!

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31 thoughts on “Five Valentine’s Day Family Ideas.”

  1. Valentine’s day is the day of love, so I love it when people actually involve all types of love: for your family, yourself, friends and your significant other.
    But family is family, nothing’s better than that for sure. Beautiful ideas, definitely doing the family game night and we’ll see how it goes😂

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  2. Valentine’s day is the day of love, so I love it when people actually involve all types of love: for your family, yourself, friends and your significant other.
    But family is family, nothing’s better than that for sure. Beautiful ideas, definitely doing the family game night and we’ll see how it goes😂

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  3. I appreciate honoring love in general. Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be reserved for romantic love alone. Great ideas for spending quality time with the family. Investing with family is the ultimate expression of love.

    ~Cassie

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  4. There are no kiddos in my household, but I still think these ideas would be a blast for just me and my husband! I’m absolutely terrible at rollerskating and I can’t ice skate because of double ankle bones that cause horrible pain in ice skates, but I do like the idea of some kind of fun activity like that! Maybe bowling or an arcade! And YES to bookstores, always 😉

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  5. I used to LOVE family movie nights. We’d pick a fun movie by all voting on what we wanted to see, make some popcorn, and set up a comfy viewing area in the living room with pillows and blankets. That’s definitely something I want to do with our kid(s) someday when our family grows!

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  6. Love all of these ideas! Must admit that when we were kids we always had dinner together, nothing really fancy and got our mum some chocolates and flowers, or had take out. But really love the idea of roller skating and going to the bookstore!

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