Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Low Key Valentines day

We had a pretty low key valentines day around here.
Both boys had a party at school. 
I wasn't allowed to go to Braddocs but I did get to go and hang out with Landon at his party.
Noah and I planned a small at home date for us. Chicken dip (recipe here), cider, peanut butter M&M's and a game of Ticket to Ride. Our plans got cut short because KEYN WOKE UP!!! Which was awesome, so we moved our Valentines day plans back a few days.

I am so in love with my Valentine. He makes me feel so loved and special almost everyday.
I was excited to get to spend a low key night at home with him and just enjoy spending time with each other. We plan a date night (even if its just at home) every week so that we know we will be spending time together because daily life can get so crazy.

We have been "dating" now for over 10.5 years.
I still can't believe he is mine and I am his.
Sometimes I forget who those young love birds were. 
It seems like we fell in love so long ago and just yesterday all at the same time.

I made both older boys Yoda Valentines with Glow stick light sabers.
They LOVED them and both of them cut out the valentines, which was so awesome of them.
They really enjoyed being a part of the valentine making process.

Braddoc did not want me to take his picture.
I tried to get him and his box that he made to collect Valentines in, but he was not happy about it.

***Notice Tayton in the back ground with his hands chilling in peanut butter. I did not even realize he was doing this till I looked at the pictures. GAH!! That kid is always into something, but he sure is cute.***

Landon loves to get dressed up and usually wears something like this to school everyday.
On Valentines Eve Landon asked me to make him a pink shirt with Happy Valentines Day written in the middle with hearts all round the words making a big heart.
I thought it was super sweet of him and such a neat idea, but giving me one night to make it was not enough time. He finally settled on this outfit. What a handsome guy!

For our "Low key, saving money to get out of the military Valentines Day", Noah got me a cranberry Sobe and some chocolate covered Macadamian Nuts. 
He sure does know the way to my heart.
LOVE that guy!
I got him spicy jalapeno Cheetos, Tapatio Doritos, and Maple Nut goodies.
The way to our heart is with food, apparently.

I loved spending Valentines day with my loves and making Heart shaped Pizza's for dinner.
We gave the kids little heart bags full of chocolates.
They proceeded to eat almost all of their candy before dinner.
Apparently the way to their hearts is with candy.... who knew?!
There is no place I would have rather been.

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