Before kids, my husband and I used Valentine's Day as a good excuse to dress up and take ourselves out to a restaurant for a fancy dinner. I'll never forget the year of the great Valentine's Day blizzard, when, undeterred by dumping snow, we donned snow pants and winter boots over our fancy clothes and trekked down to the local trattoria for a cozy, most memorable dinner on that Day of Love.
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Keeping the holidays peaceful and joyful for the kids is critical, given the multiple stressors parents experience at this time. Travel plans, family get-togethers, finances and budgets, children being home from school, meal planning, and differences in cultural, spiritual, and religious celebratory practices can trigger significant conflicts. Hence, as the holidays approach, it's important for parents (married or divorced) to be mindful of the arguments and negotiations, and the need to keep the holidays pleasurable for kids.