Product news News & Gossip Valentine's Day gifts - Be naughty Put the children to bed early, lock the bedroom door and recapture the passion with your partner with these naughty but nice goodies 1 of Ad break Naughty but niceBeing a parent can decrease your time between the sheets, so that's why it's important to dedicate the day of love to lock the doors and get saucy. Feel sexy and get closer to your other half with these naughty goodies which will make you giggle, smile and blush... Play a game Certainly not your average after dinner game! Add a little Oomph into your sex life with this adult game for two. Roll the dice and pick a card. Then set the timer and follow the instructions on the chosen card which fall into the 'Ooh', 'Ahh' and 'Mmm' categories. Oh and don't forget to put the 'do not disturb' sign on the door! Nookii game, £19.95, Prezzy Box. Be euphoricGive your partner a sensual massage using these gorgeous oils. Start off with the Euphoric oils, then heat things up with the warming oil and cool off with the cooling option. Formulated with natural ingredients and an extra emollient! Beyond Euphoric massage lotions, £19, Myla. Dress upGet flirty and sexy in this heart clad lingerie set, complete with a suspender belt. The ruffles, lace and studding detail is bound to get your hearts in a fluster! Heart lingerie set, £12 (for the set), George at Asda. Sizes: Available from 32A - 38G. Continue slideshow > I'm drawn to you...Chocolate lovers beware - this may just send you over the edge! Write your own bespoke love letter - in chocolate, passion fruit and strawberry - on your partner's body! Remember to sprinkle some love dust on afterwards! Edible body pen set, £7, Ann Summers. Put on a show!For those of you feeling extra daring, why not get into the sensual mood and try these nipple tassles on for size? Sequinned Pasties, £35, Agent Provocateur. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums MadeForMums Awards 2018 shortlist announced Mum takes drastic action when her baby name is 'stolen' How Rochelle Humes tackled her daughter's curly hair insecurity What's the most you'd pay to watch your child's Christmas play?