However, he is romantic and fun and our girls LOVE anything "romantic" so the three have been celebrating since the First of February. (I'm not even sort of joking about this.) They made Valentine's Envelopes (think 2nd Grade) and every day they have been giving one another little tokens of affection...I was included too, but truthfully I was sort of bah humbug about it. It's always been our tradition that "The Love Bugs" bring little treats on the 14th, and we have a big, fancy dinner at home, as a family.
Anyhow, you don't really care about my issues with Valentine's Day, right? So here are our festive lunches, sort of festive lunches, I worked yesterday then rushed to finish the Valentine's for school and all the family chore stuff. I had big plans. None of which worked out just as I'd planned.
Like weddings, the girls have no idea what ideas I was picking from, they are only seeing the final project and they will feel totally and completely LUUUUUUUVVVVVVVD ;)
LiLi is suddenly becoming picky with fruits, she's decided she doesn't like any of them. Fabulous news. So she has two egg salad sandwiches, heart shaped carrots and cucumbers, a kiwi, a slice of cheese, chocolate covered heart shaped pretzels, and a chocolate treat.
GiGi has a heart shaped hard boiled egg, heart shaped cheese slices, crackers, strawberries, heart shaped carrots and cucumbers, plus the chocolate treats. They both have apple juice.
For snack they have a mix of dried fruits, a rice cake and they will be getting loads of treats at parties.
We used our fave easylunchboxes!