At this point—we all know that Valentine's Day is not just for lovers.
We believe it is a day to celebrate all the loves in your life...little ones included. With that in mind, we dreamed up a fun day at home—what to do, eat and wear...starting with a Cupid inspired scavenger hunt that's quick, easy and perfect for a breakfast time.
- colorful wrapping paper or construction paper cut into hearts
-sharpies or markers
-bag or box filled with silly treasures
1. Roses are Red, Violets are Blue.
In order to locate your next clue, go to the place where you'd watch Winnie the Pooh.
(place next clue on a TV)
2. How do I love thee, let me count the ways.
Your next hint is hiding in a place you like to play.
(place next clue in the playroom/area)
3. I carry your heart with me, I carry it in my heart.
To find the hidden treasure, seek our most colorful art.
(place next clue on a bold piece of art)
4. I love you to the moon and back.
Your last clue is hiding where we keep the snacks!
(place the last clue in your pantry or snack drawer)
5. U R CUTE. XOXO. CALL ME. BE MINE.
The treasure's so close. Head to the spot where we often dine.
(hide the treasure in your dining room or eating nook)
This year Valentine's Day falls on a Sunday. In our books—that's the familiest of family days, which makes it the perfect time to celebrate Cupid's arrow as a family, with a fun and festive fondue meal.
Here are a couple of our favorite fondue recipes!
We love this easy, cheesy recipe from Mel's Kitchen Cafe that keeps it classic and sans wine! Click HERE for the recipe.
Vegan Friendly Fondue (no cheese)
If you're trying to skip the cheese or need a vegan option for dietary purposes, Yummly has the fondue for YOU! Click HERE.
When it comes to kiddos, nothing beats chocolate fondue. Most adults agree. Satisfy your sweet tooth with this simple recipe from Chelsea's Messy Apron. Click HERE.
AND, if you've yet to purchase the perfect Fondue Pot—we love this classic white version with traditional colorful forks from Sur la Table.
For your DESSERT BAR, this is a fun time to let your kids help make decisions and join in the fun. It's also a good time to let your local grocery store bakery and candy aisles do the work for you (aka here is a list of "no baking" required options!)
VDAY Candy Corn
Of course we couldn't leave out the "most" important part of the holiday...WHAT TO WEAR! We rounded up our top picks of Valentine's Day looks that are as festive as they are cozy for celebrations at home.
Click HERE for a curated collection of red and pink styles.
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY, MAMAS!
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