Get Romantic Without A Babysitter With Our Playlist

by Alison Coldridge |
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Worried about how you’ll squeeze in romance into your new life as a mum? Don’t panic, it is possible.

Becoming parents will have an effect on your relationship – there’s no getting around that. After all, you’re adding a whole new person to your relationship. But it can make you more compassionate, loving and patient with one another and add a whole new dynamic.

Definitely don’t laugh off the idea of date night. Getting dressed up will make you feel more like your pre-baby self. Let your partner cook up a storm in the kitchen (or order take out) while you indulge in a pamper session.

Then all that’s left to do is to pop on your romantic playlist… love-ly.

We have joined up with Magic 105.4 to bring you our love song playlist. Check out our top 10 tunes below for some romantic inspiration this Valentine’s Day…

1.    Adele – Make You Feel My Love
2.    George Michael – Careless Whisper
3.    Take That – Rule the World
4.    Aerosmith – Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing
5.    Bruno Mars – Just the Way You Are
6.    Bryan Adams – Everything I Do
7.    Cyndi Lauper – True Colours
8.    James Blunt – You’re Beautiful
9.    Ronan Keating – When You Say Nothing At All
10.    Savage Garden – Truly Madly Deeply

Vote for your favourite now!

How do you and your partner keep the romance alive with a baby in tow? Share your tips below.

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