Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Valentines for the Real World -- For Our Kids

Last year, we made a series of Valentines for the Real World. They were all for husbands because the cards I saw at Target were both stupid and really expensive. You guys liked them a lot and so I decided to make some more this year - except this year, they're for our precious, beloved children.

I know we all love our kids so much. So much that if we really think about it too hard, it's pretty easy to start weeping and squeeze hugging them while they tell us to stop and try to wiggle away. But let's be honest, kids are also kids and none of the Valentines out there actually reflect real life. These do. Enjoy!
























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11 comments:

  1. These are awesome! Also, I've missed you so much that I went back to the 2011 posts and reread everything to date. You're fantastic!

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  2. Super awesome. Super. Awesome. Especially the brother one.

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  3. All good. But that last one is perfect!

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  4. HEEEHAHAHA! I love these! Very cute and funny.

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  5. I love the head lice card. . . .reminds me of my daughter!!!

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  6. Ahh! The sleep one is awesome! Thank you!!!

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  7. Fantastic! If only my baby would pay attention to the not biting while nursing. He doesn't even have teeth yet and it still hurts ridiculously.

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  8. My sweet little girl, I love you so much, and I am so grateful that at our romantic dinner last night you got through a whole glass of OJ without slipping it all over yourself!

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  9. love the middle school one. perfect.

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  10. These are hilarious! You had me laughing out loud! Love it. :)

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  11. What do you think is a best “smart” baby monitor? I found this baby monitor in a “smart button”, http://monbaby.com have anyone heard about it?

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