We go out to dinner. I really wanted to get married on 10/10/10 which would've been our two year anniversary but DH didn't propose in time so I made the wedding on the 10th of April so now we celebrate two anniversaries each year...basically I'm punishing DH for the rest of his life for us not getting an amazing wedding date!
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15-11-2014 01:15 #31
15-11-2014 02:16 #32
Usually out to dinner somewhere special. This year we had a 2 week old DD so we had a date night at home, nice bottle of red & yummy food I couldn't eat while pregnant :-)
15-11-2014 08:17 #33Senior Member
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Thanks so much for all the replies, it has helped put things a bit more in perspective for me, given me some ideas for future anniversaries and made me realise I'm only human and while the kids are so young I should cut myself some slack thanks everyone
15-11-2014 10:11 #34
Last year was our first so we went back to the restaurant we had our reception at. This year I'm taking dh to a surprise dinner at Nobu
15-11-2014 10:58 #35
Uh.. we dont. We acknowledge it and if $ allows we do the gift thing but we dont do anything special. We would like to, even just go to dinner or something but its not possible and dh has been away for our 2nd and will be again for our 3rd in a few weeks.
15-11-2014 12:34 #36
We go out to dinner.
We are going to renew our vowels on our 10 year anniversary. It will be lovely to have the boys as part of it
15-11-2014 13:05 #37
Usually dinner or lunch out. Or a date day when the kids are in daycare. Hubby always gets me a present and I buy nice lingerie that we both enjoy.
wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
15-11-2014 15:30 #38
It varies from year to year. We've been to Noosa a couple of times because that's where we honeymooned. Sometimes we go out for a fancy dinner, other times we cook a special meal for each other at home. This year with a brand new baby DH cooked us an amazing meal - scallops with shaved vegetables, crab risotto and apple crumble, plus he tracked down a bottle of wine that we'd first had on our honeymoon.
We don't do gifts or cards.
15-11-2014 20:59 #39
Always involves food! Nice restaurant, or home cooked meal and bottle of wine. Has depended on : pregnancy, ages of kids, availability of baby sitters but generally it's one of the few nights a year we don't have the kids for the night, go to a fancy restaurant and enjoy too much nice wine or cocktails.
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