12 Cute Bedtime Stories For Your Girlfriend That Convey Your Love

Enchanting sweet stories to make her smile and sleep soundly

By Aey
12 Cute Bedtime Stories For Your Girlfriend That Convey Your Love

What is Considered a Bedtime Story?

For centuries, humans have quenched their thirst for imagination through stories as stories have long been a source of setting our minds free when we enter their fictional world. When it comes to bedtime stories – these are considered a conventional form of storytelling where an individual, typically a child, is narrated a story to prepare them to fall asleep.

12 Cute Bedtime Stories For Your Girl.

Real stories from your experience.

1. The Road that Leads Backward

Stories from our childhood always hold a special place in our hearts. When such special stories are narrated to such a special person like your girlfriend, everything just becomes more – special. Your first school trip is a story worth sharing since not only does it open a gateway to explain to your girlfriend the kind of sweet, considerate boy you were back then as you are now, but it would also allow you to visit those simpler, happy times once again. The excitement you experienced while getting on the school bus, the songs you sang with your friends along the way, and the knowledge you gained from your experience would surely keep her engrossed and captivated until the end!

2. Saying Hellos with Goodbyes.

Forwarding time by a decade, it's your last day as a senior school student. There seems to be a bittersweet fragrance in the air while everyone plans to say goodbye for the last time and head over to the university of their dreams. You’ve prepared a dance and a humorous skit for the audience to keep them smiling through the sadness of their departure. Every girlfriend has a desire to get to know what their special guy was like before he met her. Reliving those moments with her would not only prove to be healthy for both of you, but it would help her ensure that she met the right guy after all!

3. Shifting the Gear Forward.

I haven’t yet met a guy who doesn’t like cars. Perhaps it has something to do with our biology or our desire to go on adventures that force guys to get behind the steering wheel. But do you remember the first time you drove a car? Your knees were shaking and your palms were sweaty over the hot steering wheel of the old Mehran parked in your driveway. Your father didn’t give you his car since he preferred you started off driving with an easier-to-manage vehicle. You were nervous at first, but the excitement you felt when you finally got the hang of it would always be difficult to describe. Nevertheless, cruising with your girlfriend through this story won’t be a bad idea!

4. Creative Destruction.

All of us have experienced wanting to do something creative while we’re bored. But sometimes our creativity ends up being a disaster waiting to happen. Most of us have had the guts to experiment with our hair. Recalling the time you decided to cut your hair in the summer of ’15 would be the perfect way to make your girlfriend laugh (even though it wasn’t that funny when it happened). You took a pair of scissors, got a hold of a bunch of your hair, and set your creativity to work, but as soon as you cut it, you let out a hushed gasp – she’d understand the rest. All you need to tell her is that you potentially fled to the barber’s shop at lightspeed to get your hair fixed.

Stories To Show How Much You Love Her.

5. The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

Although we’ve all witnessed that scene in the rain sixteen years ago, it’s worth a shot to revisit Allie and Noah in this 1996 novel set in North Carolina that reveals the story of a social butterfly separated from her love until their letters (and later, note pads) reunite them once again. This novel isn’t just romantic but can also be considered haunting in the sense that it makes one realize the power of memory. Noah is unable to find Allie, and the only version of Allie he has is in his mind is the ghostlike imagination of Allie in his memory – until he finally finds her again.

6. The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks

This novel is a bittersweet rollercoaster ride. It is a narrative that unfolds into an unforgettable story about love in its innumerable shapes. It vividly describes the joy of first love, the unbreakable bond between parents and children, and the countless ways that deeply felt relationships can break our hearts and heal them. The story revolves around Ronnie, a 17-year-old troubled teenager who is forced to spend the summer with her estranged father in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. What unfolds is a rebellious girl falling in love with a local boy who makes her realize that its okay to love and grieve at the same time, and that forgiveness is a trait possessed by the strong, not the weak.

7. The Happy Ever After Playlist by Abby Jimenez

This novel is painful and poignant in some instances, while at others it proves to be hilarious, flirty, and filled with witty banter that will have you rolling on the floor laughing. The story revolves around Sloan, who is busy trying to contact the owner of a lost dog, Tucker. Jason, Tucker's owner who has been in Australia, returns her calls and pleads her return his dog back. At first, Sloan is doubtful if Jason can be trusted but Jason tells him he's a singer and was away for some time and gave his dog to someone he supposed he could trust. This conversation leads to more phone calls and texts between these characters for the next few days which leads to incredible banter!

8. One Day in December by Josie Silver

This story recalls the sort of heartwarming love that is inevitable against all odds. The kind of love that makes you put on a wide smile just reading about it. As soon as you read the first chapter, you’d find yourself a captive in Laurie and Jack's world. One snowy day in December, Laurie sees through a misted-up bus window a man who she instantly feels is the one. Their eyes meet, there's a moment of pure magic, and then the bus drives away. What follows is an exuberant, heartwarming and an immensely moving love story to delve into and a reminder that fate takes bizarre turns along the route to happiness.

Stories to encourage her.

9. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

This remarkable story recalls the tale of a childhood in a quiet Southern town and the crisis that took it by storm. ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ is benevolent, spectacular, and deeply moving. It takes readers to the origins of human behavior – to purity and understanding, compassion and brutality, love and loathing, wit, and pathos. The story revolves around a girl named Scout, whose father is representing a black male, Tom Robinson who has been accused of rape of a white woman.

It makes one realize that through history we learn great lessons, but what matters the most is to be able to possess the power to learn from our mistakes and look forward to a better tomorrow.  

10. The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

This story recalls the days growing up in high school. Charlie Kelmeckis’s letters are both comical and disturbing. Teenage years often end up making us feel abandoned, confused, and worthless. But Charlie has an underlying dark story that makes each day a challenge for him. The story unfolds into Charlie intertwined between trying to live his life and run away from it. The lesson one learns from this story is that the power of true friends is unmatched and can lead you out of the darkest places into a life worth living – the excitement of first dates, dancing to mixtapes, bitter family dramas, and the perfect drive that makes one feel infinite. This story will have you hooked on till the last page!

11. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

This brilliant novel was first published in 1847 when Brontë used her pseudonym ‘Currer Bell’ to conceal the fact that she was a woman. As a society, we should feel fortunate while realizing that a lot has changed since 1847 – woman empowerment is a real thing now, and being a woman is anything but worth concealing. Due to our modern-day feminist approach, Brontë now receives the acclaim she deserved 173 years ago to have written one of the many revolutionary novels for women. The story revolves around Jane Eyre, an orphan who ultimately finds her way into being a successful independent woman. A novel not only women should read, but men as well!

12. Howards End by E.M. Forster

Howards End is considered a work of art in modern English literature and its publishing highlighted the epitome of Forster's career. The story is set in early 20th century England and revolves around three families: the idealistic Schlegels who believe in the power of art and intellect, the practical and business-minded Wilcoxes, and the Basts who live on the edge of poverty. This is an astounding, well-written book full of representation and surprising occurrences. Forster displays a mastery of imagination in depicting the numerous ways and times these representatives of the three classes interact, eventually falling under one roof.

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No Bedtime stories are not just for children – they can be read to anyone from any age group. Bedtime stories bring about many added benefits for the listener, including developing enhanced thinking skills (since most bedtime stories discuss crucial topics such as selflessness and sympathy) as well as developing a fixed sleeping routine, which leads to further health benefits.

I hope the above 12 stories bring you and your girlfriend closer and put a smile on her face!


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