Thursday, February 14, 2008

Happy Love Day !!

That is what we call it around here.."Love Day".
Here is what we awoke to today,
my entire house smelled like these....

and there was also this

well after the time
Farmer Dad left for the lab I might add.
We also enjoyed one of these for me...

And this for breakfast for Princess (nutella on wholegrain bread with strawberry milk)
We did a little of this
which became this butterfly (can you see it?)
And she made these
Then we played with this for a bit (after a bath to wash off the paint)
And every day must include some "maths"..don't ya know.
Here is a picture from Yesterday..this squirrel kept Pumpkin's attention for at least 45 minutes!


ZILLA said...

Hallelujah! Nutella on wholegrain! I've died and gone to Italy!

I am so gonna dig hangin' out here.

I should warn you, it might not be so much fun for you, because when I think things like, "Holy smokes, that chick with the green eyes and purple hair is gorgeous, but she really ought to put a shirt on," I just come right out and say them.

I love kid-art.

Happy Love Day!

momof3feistykids said...

What lovely gifts -- kids' art is the best. Happy Valentines day!

reprehriestless warillever said...

Quite a day!
Beautiful butterfly.

I will post some pics later of our heart-shaped pizza and other silliness.

Jenny said...

What a lovely Valentine's Day- I love P's butterfly. I have a feeling CJ would have enjoyed that project judging by how P's hands looked! I got hyacinth too, only mine are pink. :o)

Mariposa said...

I love her paintings. It sounds like it was a wonderful day.

Anonymous said...

Love these pix, looks like a beautiful, cozy day, full of lots of ...LOVE!

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you all for visiting and leaving such nice comments.

Z- LOL- the red is part of the "lady's" hair....similar to girls on tv who have blond hair, but black ends...P loves that look and took it a step forward. ;-)

Anonymous said...

Happy Valentine's Day to you. It looks like you had a great day. Ours wasn't quite so delightful. ;)

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