I was sold and had all the supplies on hand, so we were good to go even if I was making my sample pair 5 minutes before the bus came on the morning that I needed them! Not that that would have been a big deal, except my son saw them and asked if I could quick make him a pair to wear to school. Say what??? This is the kid who wanted nothing to do with exchanging Valentines this year. The kid who told me the morning before that he needed a Valentine container that day, so he took a brown paper lunch sack, a black Sharpie and wrote his name and 2 black hearts on it!
Pipe cleaner heart goggles were okay, though.
I so don’t get 10 year old boys.
Oh yeah, and he was so distracted that he left his lunch bag on the table that morning.
Guess who got a heart-shaped sandwich on Feb. 15th?? Oh yeah.
We also made the paper plate heart hats with her class. I got this idea from AlphaMom and you’ll have to click on her name and see all the other hats you can make from paper plates! Incredible!
For dinner, we had my trusted individual meatloaves. I love how you can shape a meatloaf
into nearly any shape you want! Those little guys are so dang versatile!
Pre-baking, ignore the awful pan, it is just well-loved.
And after with our red-smashed potatoes that I just form into a heart using a spoon.
My daughter’s place setting. Everything tastes better if it’s in a fancy glass.
Even pudding, we’ve tried it.
For dessert, we had chocolate fondue. My kids are in love with fondue!
and I had frozen a few of these babies from when I made them last week for my work.
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