Valentines day is right around the corner. Valentines Day was my original due date for Sterling (he ended up coming two days later) and Valentines marks Matt and I's first date 11 years ago. Total cheeseball our first date was on Valentines Day- but it worked we are still going strong. It's kind of weird that two big events mark that day for me, but I am still really not that into Valentines Day. Do I expect Matt to bring me champagne and flowers? Absolutely but that is about as far as our Valentines celebrations go. We never go out on Valentines Day. I feel like it is kind of silly, especially after you are married I feel like your wedding anniversary trumps Valentines Day. But I am curious are any of you die-hard Valentines celebrators? What do you do to celebrate the day? Maybe we should be more romantic and put more effort into it.
This year since Sterling is so into all the Holidays I am getting a little more into the VDay spirit.
I am planning on making either Valentines bark or Valentines Pretzels with him. My little man just loves helping me in the kitchen and both of these would be super easy to do with kids.
I am also thinking about getting crafty and making these Valentines cards for the kids in Sterling's class. Maybe- I could see myself just getting lazy and buying the box kind, but these are so darn cute.
and I can guarantee you this sandwich will be in Sterling's lunch box on Valentines day- we have a heart cookie cutter already so this one will be happening. He will flip when he sees sprinkles on his PB&J.
Now what about for moi?? I am honestly happy with a bottle of Mumm Rose Brut or Veuve. But these Grapefruit Cocktails have been tempting me lately so they just might have to be made.
We don't exchange gifts but if money were no object I would love this Stella McCartney Nightgown.
How gorgeous and sexy is it?
In all honesty cocktails and pizza in with my man would be the perfect evening by me (but seriously Matt I still expect champagne and flowers- tulips or peonies).
Have a great weekend dolls!