Valentine’s Gift Ideas for Each Family Member


Who says Valentine's Day is just for lovers? This precious day of the hearts celebrates love in all forms -not just erotic love but also parental love, friendships, and love between grandparents and grandchildren, siblings, and everyone in between. This Valentine’s Day, show them how much you appreciate them. A simple gift that is well-thought-out will be enough to light up their day and remind them that they are loved. After all, love starts at home, doesn’t it?

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The following are awesome gift ideas for every member of the family, from your little baby sisters and brothers to your dearest mom and dad.

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Kids

Kids surrounded by love grow up to be men and women of great sensibility and character. So make this day the perfect opportunity to show them what love looks—or feels—like.

It could be a small present with their favorite toys, a trip to the ice-cream store, an activity you can do together. The ideas are endless. Here are some:

 A special Valentine’s Day breakfast
 Baking and decorating cookies or treats together
 Giving them a small present they can unwrap
 A special candy, ice cream, or cake day
 A trip to their favorite toy store
 A custom board book for kids

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Grown-up Kids

Gifting your grown-up child can be a little tricky, especially when they’re not used to celebrating some sort of “family Valentine’s.” But it’s not too late to start.

Simply letting them know you appreciate having them around already means much. If they’re grown-ups, they will probably have their own Valentine’s Day dates to attend to. So just sending them a funny parental message will already mean so much. Or you can go the extra mile and buy them a bouquet of fresh flowers or scented candles for their room, maybe bake a batch of your beloved cookies to mail out if they’re not living with you anymore.

The simplest gift of a message that lets them know you care about them is something that may surprise them (if they’re not used to it), but it will undoubtedly be a much-appreciated gesture.

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Siblings

Siblings are partners in crime. Thousands of childhood memories have been invested in petty little victories that turn out to be the best ones. Although a lot of people find it awkward to show affection to their home buds, it’s not a bad idea to show them from time to time how much you appreciate them—especially if they’re already living somewhere else and you don’t always get to see them anymore.

Give it a shot and surprise them with a shower of Valentine’s Day affection—the old way. If you know your sibling well, it’s the perfect opportunity to bond over shared memories and create new ones. Here are some ideas:

● Ask your mom’s or dad’s help to surprise them with your favorite childhood food
● Buy them some nostalgic treats or items
● A customized, meaningful message
 An invitation to visit you, if they’re single
 Personalized travel bags or essentials
● Quirky custom tees

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Parents

Your parents have perhaps given you so much patience and love during practically the whole of your life so make this Valentine’s Day the perfect excuse to send them back love. Give them something they can enjoy as a couple, like a bottle of good wine or a ticket to the cinema.

For your mom, independently, shopping almost never fails. Give a shopping gift card that they can spend to their heart’s content. Perhaps take the time off and go with them as they gawk over discounts and sales and talk about their latest occupations. They will be glad for your time and effort.

If you’re gifting your dad, think about the best things he likes. If he enjoys sports, a ticket to the next big event will surely brighten up his day. Comfortable apparel will also surely be appreciated or even practical yet unexpected gifts for the home, like a portal video projector, an insulated beer growler, or a lockpick gun. Still, you can go sentimental and write him a poem or a letter, complete with an old shot of you together when you were still a little boy or girl—guaranteed to melt his heart.

Showing your love to your family this Valentine’s Day does not take as much pressure as between lovers. Putting a little effort—even something as simple as a special greeting—will go a long way in letting them know how much you value their presence in your life.

After all, love starts at home, doesn’t it?

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