Care.com Interview Series: The Best Date I've Ever Had
6 mom bloggers share their best date stories -- before and after kids.
Date night? What's that?
Can't remember the last time you had a "real" honest-to-goodness date night? You're not alone. Life moves at a frenzied pace, and so often we get caught up in our routine that we forget to prioritize our significant other -- and our love life.
Whether it's a dinner date with a kids-free discussion (which, let's face it, rarely happens), or a night in your pajamas with a fresh bag of popcorn, date nights are a good refresher on why you're together. And they don't even have to be expensive -- check out these 101 Cheap Date Ideas.
We asked our beloved mom bloggers to share their favorite dates, and what made them special. Each one of them had a story to tell -- a night to remember, an adventure, a night full of laughter -- even one who went to a furniture store!
So what are you waiting for? Sneak a peek at an idea or two from one of our bloggers, grab your calendar (and your partner's), hire the date night babysitter and get back to dating!
Is There Such Thing as a Perfect Date?
"This year, I have made it clear, in no uncertain terms, that I am to be wined and dined. I want fancy clothes, polished shoes, and plucked nose hairs."
How to Make Date Night a Priority
"That's right, we went to a furniture store. On a date. We like to live on the edge."
What I Realized on My Last Date
"My 30th birthday was a date night I'll always remember. It was a very difficult period in my life, and turning the "big three zero" wasn't helping matters!"
How to Have a Blast on Date Night Post-Kids
"[He] had orchestrated a treasure hunt type evening for my birthday. After work, I opened my trunk to find boots, a cowboy hat, and directions to a ranch."
The Best No-Frills Date Nights
"My husband surprised me with a spontaneous trip... he planned the whole thing, not even telling me where we were going until arriving at the airport!"
The Best First Date -- Ever
"We drove around that night, stopping into a Blockbuster Video and grabbing a movie we didn't watch. Instead, we sat facing each other on the bed in my dorm room, laughing and splitting the pint of ice cream I kept hidden from my roommate in our mini-fridge."
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