This year was a fun Valentine's Day because Ingrid was in school, which meant making cards. Luckily her teacher sent us an email asking parents not to go overboard, no candy or toys, just simple cards the kids made themselves. I am totally fine with that! We cut some printer paper in half, folded them into cards, and Ingrid sat and drew with markers and put heart stickers on them. It took a few days of her doing this little by little, and in the end we had a nice stack for the class.
I also helped out at her school the other day. We made these heart guy bags for them to put their cards in. It was so funny to help out a bunch of 3 and 4 year olds! And they all think you're a teacher because you happen to be an adult, so kids came up to me asking me permission to do things.
Of course some parents went crazy anyway and made some Pinterest inspired cards that obviously were not made by the kids themselves. I do like the paint chip bookmarks, but I was not about to sit and make 32 of them for my kid. I love that she wanted to sit and draw and create her own cards!
We got her glasses a couple days ago, so now she is wearing them full time. She is adorable, there is just no getting around it. And she looks about ten years older when she wears them...
If you've noticed my square pictures, you can see I have finally joined the Instagram party. I'm not so much into the sharing part, but oh my god, I love the square pictures! I love the borders and filters! Even pictures that aren't completely in focus look better because they look like they were taken with some 70s camera and developed at one of those Fox places, right??
And now it's the weekend and we are going to shop for a stove and a refrigerator. Possibly paint Ingrid's dresser. Definitely bathe the dirty children. And maybe go buy a cake for my birthday tomorrow? I love cake. It's a fun filled weekend, woohoo!