I love to celebrate holidays and seasons simply by adding a touch of festive to some of our everyday activities. It’s not anything grand or expensive, but it’s exciting to the boys and brings a little change to our ordinary day. Here’s a few easy ways I plan to celebrate St. Valentine’s Day this year: – spend an afternoon (or in my 3 year olds world- 20 minutes) making homemade valentines for friends and family. – a heart themed lunch- pull out the old cookie cutters and make some heart shaped sandwiches or quesadillas. Add apples or strawberries, heart shaped cheese…anything red or heart shaped. – make a treat together…I’m only do roll out sugar cookies at Christmas, but there are lots of other easy things to whip up! – Have a Valentines Day “book picnic” Inside or out, lay out a blanket and plan a special snack and read a stack of Valentine’s Day books. – Valentine’s Day breakfast. Heart shaped pancakes served with strawberries and whipped cream and sprinkles. – Valentine’s Day Movie Night. Toss some Valentine’s Day M&Ms in some popcorn and show The Peanuts Gang Valentine Movie. Make a heart shaped pizza for dinner and a movie. Any one of these would be easy—snacks, breakfast, dinner, books…all part of our regular routine, I’m just adding a little festive flair. I’m finding these little things can go a long way to improve morale around here! So there you have it! Happy Celebrating Friends! Megs
Hey, I’m Megan, wife to Chad, mama to our three rambunctious boys, Grady, Marshall, Stafford and our sweet little girl, Ainsley Nell. I have a passion for celebrating holidays, cherishing seasons, creating memories, collecting traditions, connecting hearts and chasing joy. Thanks for coming along for our journey.