Here's a little bit of what our Valentine's looked like. We never made it to the movie (molten cakes take a long time to prep,) and Lucy maybe had a melt-down or two, "no pasta! no pasta! no pasta!" But that is what Valentines at home are all about, right?
These gorgeous flowers were waiting for me when I woke up. I loved them. I LOVE them. And I love Sarah from Honey of a Thousand Flowers, because she is a genius. This is the prettiest arrangement I have ever received.
A few of Scott's favorite things and then a little something special.
See that cute heart? Scott ripped it right in half. Sad.
Lucy was obsessed with "daddy's balloon!" until Scott said it was going to get her. And now she says, "scary balloon."
Knock! Knock! Knock! Who could it be?
Making sure she doesn't leave any candy behind. Who cares about that other present?
loved hated her Valentine present. It was so sad. She loves Cinderella, she loves dress-ups. I thought it would be a match made in blue-rayon heaven. But she wouldn't wear it. She wouldn't look at it. She wouldn't touch it. For someone who wasn't even sure if she liked princesses, I was pretty crushed. Oh well, at least we had molten cakes and blueberry ice cream to look forward too. Scott and I make a good team. He made the molten cakes, and I made the ice cream. In fact, he made the molten cakes why I went to the gym between dinner and dessert. Romantic fail on my part, but romantic win on his. This tops as one of the best desserts we have ever made. I ate two, and finished off the ice cream.
And look at this. The next day I put on a dress and Lucy got all excited. We dressed up together and had a dance party.
Look at old she is getting. It makes my heart hurt a little.
This was my favorite Valentine's yet! I love that Lucy is getting old enough to enjoy the holidays with us.