|My kids on Valentine's Day 2012.|
Also, James (15 months) is in super destructive little brother mode. It has been hard to remember that while I see him as the baby, he needs to learn he can't destroy what everyone else is doing. While I am constantly getting on David's back about sharing with his brother, I need to remember David is allowed to have his own things and his own time, where James isn't bothering him.
So, with Valentine's Day just a little over a week away, I am starting to get together some ideas to make the day extra special and extra crafty, as well. Plus, there are a few good during the week activities, too. Don't forget, we also need to do something special for the #1 as well: Daddy!
|Send a Hug via Paging Supermom|
|Pink Pancakes via Lick that Spoon|
|Hand Print Hearts via The Shirleys|
|Heart Hot Dogs via Spoonful|
|Clay Heart Ornaments via The Imagination Tree|
|Potato Heart Stamp via Homemade Serenity|
|Valentine Word Search Printable via Parenting|
|Frozen Pink Milk (or Juice) Cubes via A Subtle Revelry|
|Printable Party Hats via Mr. Printables|
|Family Valentine Dinner via Jamie Cooks It Up!|
|Free Valentine's Day Fonts via A Typical English Home|
|Valentine Cookie via Bake at 350|
|Valentine Art Project via Hands On As We Grow|
|Printable Cupcake Topper and Banner via In Johanna's Kitchen|
I hope these Valentine's Day ideas inspire you to do something fun with your little ones or loved ones! Do you celebrate V-day in your home?