I would personally recommend having a heart-to-heart conversation
I think I will do that. Ask him what he would like to do.
Last year on our anniversary, he wasn't too interested in celebrating it. I told him I wanted to do something for him though. He told me that was okay. So I did do a bit. On top of the card and photo album, we went out on a date that night. Our daughter was gone for the a while and we went to a movie. We argued a little bit that night. We ended up having an okay evening.
I would love to do a weekend getaway. I think it would help both of us. But with our son being so small, I really don't want to leave him alone with anyone for that length of time yet.
I think we will save up some money and go away, maybe with the kids. Maybe next summer.
He doesn't mind surprises. He doesn't get excited about anything though. I wish he did. Oh well, can't change that.
This is actually the second anniversary since D-Day. So I am hoping it will be a bit better than last year.
Thanks for the replies.