Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s Day was a super day filled with love, cookies and Tom’s first school Valentine’s party!

I cannot believe Tom actually exchanged Valentines.

He is big.

It was adorable.

Wanna see?

Okay!

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The night before his party, I realized I needed Valentines for him.  So I printed these at home and added glow sticks I already had.  Whew!

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Painting icing on cookies was such a big hit at Christmas, we did it again for Valentines.  Because I’m super creative that way.  In other news: Aren’t Tom and Violet the. cutest. ever.  I know!

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Concentrating.  And really, that’s pretty much all the decorating he did before eating them.

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Cuties!

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Emma is Tom’s best friend in school.  And they are almost holding hands here because LOVE.

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When Tom got home from school, I gave the kids their gifts from us.  Necklaces and a wand for Alice, cars and a flashlight for Tom.  Because LOVE.

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She loves her necklaces.  A lot.  Because she is a girlgirlgirlgirlGIRL!

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I really liked how Tom decorated his Valentine bag for school.  Awesome.

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Grandma was here with us for Valentine’s Day, which Alice really loved!

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And after all that partying, the next day we did it all again with our playgroup!  The valentines on the left are (again!) a last minute print/add-balloons-we-had and the ones on the right show you that my playgroup friends MEAN BUSINESS when it comes to valentines.  Overachievers!

Hope y’all had a wonderful Valentine’s Day, too!  LOVE!
xoxo

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1 Response to Valentine’s Day.

  1. redkeeney says:

    I looked to see if they were holding hands because it looked like they were. I would have loved to have been at this party! Can I be a room mom without having a child in the class, and without having a child at all? No? Too creepy? Okay.

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