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Friday, February 8, 2013
Nobody has ever measured, even poets, how much a heart can hold. ~Zelda Fitzgerald
February is always a lovely, joy filled month at our house, not only because we love Valentine's Day, but because my anniversary is this month- we'll be married 24 years on February 18th- plus our daughter is turning 13 on February 25th, so we'll have another teenager in the family:)
Today I wanted to share links to articles I've written for Old Fashioned Living over the years for Valentine's Day. I love these articles because as I read them again I remember what was happening with the kids at that time in our lives. My favorite memories are the ones where we put on tea parties and made Valentine's Day crafts or cards for each other. I dug out the picture below to share with you. Emily was 2 years old and we put on a little tea party for her brothers when they got home from school. It was the first of many tea parties:)
A Valentine's Day Tea Party:
Valentine's Day Cookies:
Valentine's Day Pizza Party:
Paper Doily Crafts:
Dainty Holiday Cookie Recipes:
Old Fashioned Valentine's Games:
Homemade Truffle Recipes:
I'll have three new articles for Valentine's Day this year, so keep an eye out for those blog posts!
Posted by Brenda Jean Hyde at 8:52 PM