Sunday, February 14, 2010

Valentines Day!


Growing up my Dad on Valentine's day would always buy my Mom a big bouquet of flowers than he would always buy my sister and I a rose. I loved getting a spacial Valentine from my Dad. Even though I don't have girls I have still wanted to carry on that tradition so we get our boys a little something special.


Since we have 8:00 church we decided not to make the kids wait and opened our presents to each other before we left. One of the things we did for the boys was in their little gift bag we put popcorn cups with their favorite movie candy. When they pulled the cups out we told them that we were taking them to the movies tomorrow (since there's no work or school)

If you couldn't guess the movie we are taking them to is Percy Jackson and the Olympians.

So Kevin being a big Lego fan obviously got more Legos from me which he loved!

Kevin asked me what I wanted and I told him that I really wanted a new book to read. He tought I was crazy for just wanting a book so he also got me a pedicure. Love him! He did take the boys out to buy me flowers while I was getting my pedi and the boys picked out the little devil bear pictured above. I thought I was really cute and sweet of them. They asked me if I was going to sleep with it at night!

We started our Valenitnes day yesterday by going to dinner and then to the Temple. I love my husband and boys so much and if there is one thing I want to teach my kids and to learn from all of the flowers and gifts is to be like their Daddy who is thought full and sweet and surprises me year round, not just on Valentines day! I want my boys when they are older to treat their wives the way that my Dad treated my Mom and the way that Kevin treats me!
I love you Kevin, Happy Valentines day!

4 comments:

Lechelle said...

So sweet!

The Fergy Bunch said...

I'm glad you had a nice Valentines Day!

Sunflourmom said...

How fun! Your Dad has always been a sweetheart!

lovebuglw said...

What an awesome Valentine's Day! Thanks for the cupcakes, that was sweet of you guys to think of us!