I need help deciding on appropriate disciplinary action for a husband who forgot Valentine's Day.
(and for the record- this is off the record) Logan and I had decided he was going to plan the night, and we would exchange letters- 20 things I love about you. (I got him off the exchanging gifts idea for my own sake- reference his lack of needing things and his unfortunate gift-giving abilities)
I made him swear he would get a reservation and buy movie tickets ahead of time. Well, I know he was busy- so was I! He made the reservation.... and that's it. We were left scrambling to find a good movie, a good time, blah, blah. And the movie theater was a mad-house (for obvious reasons).
And then there was the worst part- He forgot to do the letter! I had my letter, and a card. Plus a card from the twins! He didn't even get me a card! Nothing! Nada!
In order to ensure he doesn't let this happen again, I am going to get myself a very lavish, well something. I'm just not sure what. When my dad forgot a major thing (I can't remember birthday or valentine or anniversary) my mom bought a whole new living room set. I thought she was crazy as a kid- but now as a wife- I see the wisdom. So here are a few ideas I've been tossing around. If you have any better ideas, let me know!
1. Massage day for me, babysitting day for him.
3. Scrapbook day (although this seems like more work for me)
4. New car for mommy! (little much? I'm not sure)
5. I get a maid for the weekend- and it's him. (I like the irony in this one)