It’s French for ‘You and Me.” Cute Valentine’s Day gift, don’t you think? Enjoy your Monday. I’m at home with double pink eye and a cold. Kids! They are like little and cute virus carriers
Kelsey made us the best Valentine! It’s a paper pink heart, with red painting and gold glitter. I took some photos of it so we can frame it and keep it always. I love the idea of framing kids art and displaying it around the house. Someone once said, “If it evokes emotion or reminds you of a great memory … frame and display it!”
As for Valentines, this year we are not taking paper cards or candy to school – but better yet, Play-Doh for her friends. I found a Play-Doh Valentine Set at the grocery store for $7. It came with stickers and 20 mini Play-Dohs.
The perfect Valentine for a two-year-old!
PS – The parents were asked not to address Valentine’s this year so the teachers could have an easier time distributing the Valentines. I get it. But still … addressing a Valentine to your school crush or your best friend – isn’t that half the fun of it?
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Image from here.