Valentines celebrations kicked off last Thursday with my moms group.
These girls are wonderful and I love them to pieces.
I seriously love our bunch.
Kate was having a melt down, can you tell?
Sarah made a delish chicken salad and I made heart scones with devonshire cream
It's not a party unless there is good food involved :)
We had craft time for the kidlets.
Which really means we gave the babes crayons and paper and let them have at it while the mamas had craft time. I admit it. I'm a Martha Stewart wannabe compared to all my girls who are the real deal.
The result of our craft time...
Kate's hand prints for daddy and all the grandparents
How sweet is this?
I once again attempted to be Martha Stewart and made these sweet little desserts
So, to be honest I think Valentines day is a bit cheesy. Or at least it can be. Chris and I don't get too fancy with it but we did have a great day celebrating L O V E
I had the best morning at Bible study. The Lord showed me some things I need to work on but I left so encouraged and uplifted and so overwhelmed with His love for me!
Kate and I had a tea party in her cottage and as soon as daddy got home we hopped in his car and he took his girls out to dinner.
Today Kate and I went to visit daddy at work.
We made this cookie cake and took it to his office.
My man took his girls to one of our absolute places for lunch.
Crepes de Paris.
Sweet baby Jesus, I love you and these to die for crepes.
Kate was diggin' the dessert crepe. She is so my girl!
Quick snapshot before we left daddy's office.
I am officially a "single mom" until April 18th(ish)
My man starts overtime at the firm today.
Hello tax season.