You’re Doing Date Night All Wrong

Parents of small children are advised to make time for date nights—their best hope for keeping the romantic connection alive. But in practice, what usually happens? You stay out past your bedtime, yawn through dinner and a movie, pay a babysitter a small fortune to watch TV while your kids sleep and the whole thing just makes you more tired the next day.

That’s why instead of date nights, my partner and I prefer date days. Are you judging us yet? I know, parents are supposed to spend quality time with their children on the weekends, but we don’t ditch our kid every Saturday–just once in a while. And when we do, it’s magical.  Keep reading at Lifetime Moms…



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  1. Posted July 2, 2014 at 3:00 am | Permalink

    We used to do the same thing back in USA. Heading over there to read the rest of it!
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    • Posted July 2, 2014 at 10:10 pm | Permalink

      Then you know how great day dates are!

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