Valentine’s Hearts: Year Two

The Valentine’s hearts were such a success last year, I decided to do them again this year. Here’s the info on what to do.

This year, the girls’ hearts said . . .

M:

  • We love looking at the moon with you.photo 3
  • We love watching you write your name.
  • We love hearing you play the violin.
  • We love you knock knock jokes.
  • We love your kisses.
  • We love your hugs.
  • We love seeing how much you love your sister.
  • We love your laugh.
  • We love your dimples.
  • We love the castles you build.
  • We love how well you take care of Izzie.
  • We love how hard you concentrate at your art.
  • We love YOU!

S:

  • We love you might you love your babies.
  • We love you how are not afraid to tell us how you feel.photo 2
  • We love your smile.
  • We love hearing you sing.
  • We love to snuggle you.
  • We love seeing you trace letters.
  • We love your hugs.
  • We love your giggles.
  • We love you love to do art.
  • We love hearing you say new words.
  • We love how much you love babies.
  • We love watching you play.
  • We love your kisses.
  • We love seeing how much you love your big sister.
  • We love YOU!

Something super adorable happened this year. M decided that R and I should have hearts on our door too. So every night, she’d get the materials all ready. She’d tell me what she wanted the heart to say and I’d write it on a post it so she could copy it onto a heart in the  morning. She kept this up for 6 days and then lost interest, but it was really neat to see her get involved and want to make us feel special too.

Her hearts for us were really for her dad, but this is what they said:

  • I love when you sing me songs.
  • I love you.
  • I love wrestling you.
  • I love spending time with you.
  • I love you even when you’re not home.
  • I love hearing you play the bass.photo 1
Advertisements
This entry was posted in Family, Miss M., Miss S., Valentine's Day. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s