Three Romantic Date Night Ideas For Busy Parents
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Three Romantic Date Night Ideas For Busy Parents

As much as you adore your children, every couple needs time to themselves now and again. If you and your partner are in need of a night out to reconnect with each other, here are four date night ideas for a romantic evening. 

Watch a Show

 When the weather is a little cooler, your perfect date night idea could be an evening at the theatre or ballet. Being a parent of young children can make you feel a little cut off from the world of culture, as you have so much on your plate that things you used to do like reading, or watching plays may have gone out the window. Whether you go out to watch a modern dance show or your favourite Shakespeare production, booking an actual event—and having those tickets pinned to the fridge—will not only help you commit to a much-needed romantic evening, but also give you something to look forward to for weeks at a time. One of the great things about planning your date night around a show is that you know when it will start and end, so you know when you will be home. This makes timing much easier if you tend to rely on babysitters when you’re away from home. 

Three Romantic Date Night Ideas For Busy Parents

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 A Rooftop Bar

 If you’ve been keeping an eye on Instagram, you’ll know how popular rooftop bars have become. A rooftop bar provides an ideal place to make memories with your loved one, as the city’s skyline will always be a reminder of the special night you had together. Whether you want to sip a cocktail under the stars or bask in the mid-afternoon sunshine, there’s something about that panoramic city view that makes the seats feel a little more comfy, your drinks seem colder, and the snacks a little tastier.

Three Romantic Date Night Ideas For Busy Parents

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 Outdoor Picnic

 On evenings when it’s warm and light, heading out for an indoor date can feel like a bit of a waste, especially if you spent your weeks in an office. When the sun comes out, many couples decide to forgo the usual dinner and movie date combo and spread out a picnic blanket in the park instead. A romantic dinner doesn’t have to be prepared for you. Sometimes the most romantic dining is achieved with a little creative picnic basket packing, and a good dose of simplicity. What can be more romantic than a simple bowl of strawberries? A picnic is also great if you want to incorporate a little sightseeing into your date. Many city parks boast important landmarks and statues, along with entry/exit points to notable places in the city, so you can start your walk on one end of a park, stroll for a while, take in the sights, and then settle down for your picnic in a spot that seems attractive and romantic. 

 Whether you’ve been together for two years or twenty years, a date night every now and again is a great way for parents to stay connected. Let’s face it: not every date is going to involve a diamond ring. But that’s no reason to give up on date nights once you’re settled down in your relationship. These ideas will help you design the perfect romantic date so you can make the most of your night without the kids.

 

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