Hubby and I have been married for almost 7 years now… CRAZY!

I remember when we first got married I told Hub’s that he had to still take me out on dates and WOO me! I WOO him too. I just love date nights and we have done them regularly since the day we met. I know the Holidays can get busy, but it’s a  great time to get romantic with your loved one!


Here is a list of some fun and cheap Holiday Date Night ideas:

1. Go to a local museum on one of their free nights and check out the Holiday decorations.
2. Make a pie together or even some festive sugar cookies.
3. Have a Ginger Bread House contest and winner gets a massage from the loser.
4. Jump in the car and turn on the local holiday station that plays nothing but holiday songs and check out the neighborhood lights.
5. Bundle up, grab a thermos and take a walk.
6. Head to the local coffee shop and play a game of scrabble or cards.
7. Curl up on the couch with a glass of hot cider, popcorn and your favorite Holiday movie.
8. Head up to the local mountains or somewhere with a beautiful view and try and draw your version of what you see.
9. Look at your local newspaper for free Christmas concert and dress up just for fun.
10. Put on your snow boots and go play in the snow. Snow ball fights are the best foreplay.
11. Go to the local library and find some of your favorite Holiday classics to read to one another.
12. Grab your camera and have a fun photo shoot in the woods!

What are some of your favorite things to do with your loved one during the Holiday season without breaking the bank?


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  5. Don’t you mean 8 years of dating? lol I love your ideas Bobs!

  6. These are all great ideas, and you’re right, it’s super important to still have date night! We have a four year old, so date night is extra special for us since it gives us time to be adults for the night=) My favorite from your list is #7, although usually its a glass of wine for me and a Jameson for my husband! Enjoy your holidays and all your planned date nights!

  7. Such great ideas…now just to find someone to have a date night with! ha ha!

  8. Great ideas – and who knew snowball fights are the best foreplay! Thanks for the tip. Always enjoy reading your posts. Hope you have a Merry Christmas!

  9. What fun ideas! We are definitely going to see the Hobbit together this year, and maybe go crazy and go in the middle of the day! We also like to get hot drinks and read books at a local coffee shop 🙂

  10. Cute pic! We need to do this bc it does get nuts!

  11. My husband and I love going snowshoeing together. We get to enjoy the beautiful outdoors, wonder at God’s greatness and have fantastic conversation. The outing is usually followed by either a stop at a coffee shop or dinner to warm up!

    Our State Parks (Minnesota) offer moonlit snowshoe, hiking and cross country skiing outings that are FREE or very low cost ($15 to rent snowshoes or skis). These events are a blast and perfect for a date night 🙂

  12. What a cute photo! Great ideas! We are on a tight budget and I love that these are all very easy and simple ideas to do together!

    I have a bunch of ideas we are doing this holiday season as part of the 24 days of Togetherness. I look forward to it all day! It is a great to keep each other at the focus of the holiday season!

  13. what a cute photo of you two!!