Valentine's Day Gift Guide: For the Kids

Monday, February 5, 2018

How is it Monday already? And how was your weekend?

Steve and I had a little day date in Philly on Saturday to celebrate his birthday a few days early. We stuffed ourselves with delicious food, took a lap around Rittenhouse, and ducked into a couple of stores. It was so nice! On Sunday we just hung around the house and watched the Super Bowl after the girls went to bed. Neither of us are huge football fans but we were rooting for the Eagles since we live right outside of Philly and grew up in PA. I always go for the underdog, too. ;) After they won, our neighborhood was going crazy with fireworks and people celebrating so (with the exception of the excitement waking H up for a few minutes) that was fun. Plus, free coffee today in these parts! GO BIRDS! After that was over, I cried through watched the latest This Is Us episode. If you're keeping up, this was the episode where we found out exactly how Jack died. It was terribly sad, but not as excruciatingly sad as the last episode, in my opinion. Why do we do this to ourselves? I think I'm going to have to put a full This Is Us review post together to unload all of the thoughts and feelings I have about this show.

I can't believe next week is Valentine's Day! For the past couple of weeks, I've shared a gift guide for the ladies and for the guys, and today I wanted to share some ideas for your littlest valentines at all different price points. As for our family, the girls will each get one treat (actually, I got that exact Pez for C this year!), one small toy, and a Valentine's-themed book. Growing up, my mom always made each holiday feel special and I love doing the same for our girls. 

Valentine's Day Gift Guide: For the Kids

I'd love to hear how you celebrate Valentine's Day with the littlest loves in your life! Hope your week is off to a great start. XO


  1. I want those chairs for my girls. We bought one for my nephew for Christmas, but Rory would say no to this for V-day. Ugh.

    1. It's definitely a splurge, especially for VDay! But just so darn cute, hehe. Both my girls have received theirs as gifts for birthdays - they get SO much use!

  2. The Movie Night gift basket will treat the family to all the snacks they can eat during the movie. This gift pail is packed with Cracker Jacks, cookies, M & M's, Twizzlers red licorice, rice crispies treat, microwave popcorn, and complemented by Old Time Classic Coke. It is available with or without $10 or $15 Blockbuster gift cards,Automobilines kedutes


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