Brooke LOVES to make holidays special for her whole family, and today’s post is all about setting the mood for a Valentine Tub Time for the kids! She’s even sharing a Spotify playlist she’s created to set the mood.
Treat your loved one (or yourself) to this Red Velvet Mug Cake. This mug cake is moist, egg-free and utterly delicious with that distinctive red velvet flavour, and even topped off with a complimenting cream cheese frosting – Perfect, easy and ready in no time!
I am the Forrest Gump of Valentine’s Day. Well actually, the only thing Forrest and I share in that regard is that we are both not very smart men, but we know what love is… and I guess that you could say that past Valentine’s Days for my wife were like Forrest’s proverbial box of chocolates. She just never knew what she was gonna get…if anything. On Valentine’s Days of yesteryear I think I occasionally handed my wife an empty box of chocolates, figuratively speaking, on the international day of love.
Hi everyone! I’m Jessie, a new contributor here on OSSS. My amazing hubby and I have two little girls, ages three and one, who love creating, learning, and trying new things. I’m so excited to be able to share some of my preschool-oriented activities with you! Hopefully your kiddos with find these activities as fun and helpful as mine have. There should be a little something for everyone with these five ideas for Valentine’s Day.
Hello, my name is Susan Duane. I am one of the new contributors at Or So She Says. I’m so excited to be here with you all! I blog at Love of Home where I chronicle my DIY projects, share recipes, my love for family and home. I hope you’ll stop by and see what I’m up to!
Today I have a sweet treat that is simple to make, beautiful and delicious: Valentine pastry hearts. Add some pretty packaging and you’ve got a lovely homemade gift for all your Valentines! These also make a great little “thank you” or hostess gift.
I don’t want my children to ever grow up feeling that Valentine’s Day is only awesome if you have a “lover.” I want them to always look forward to it. Which is why we call it “Family Love Day” in our family. It’s a day for showing each other love. It’s a day for having fun as a family. This can be done in a variety of ways: A fun breakfast in bed (or just a fun breakfast in general), a fun lunch with cute notes, or a night out on the town. My husband and I like to take the kids and go to dinner. If Valentine’s Day falls on a weekday we will take the kids to dinner and then celebrate as a couple on the weekend.