Our Last Valentine's Day As A Family Of Two

My Valentine knows me all too well. Instead of dressing up and going to an overdressed overpriced presumptuous restaurant, we dressed in our favorite jeans and t-shirts, and headed off to our local taco shop. I love tacos, and believe that one should eat what they love on Valentine’s Day!

After having our delicious dinner, we went home for dessert. Many people get a box of chocolates on Valentine’s Day. My hubby knows me so well, that instead of candy, he purchased my favorite – a Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake from Gregg’s. Not just a slice. A whole cake! Sure, I can’t eat the whole thing in one night, but rumor on the street is that we are getting another snow storm this weekend. Sounds like a perfect time to lose myself in peanut butter goodness!

We topped off our night watching the most recent episode of Downton Abbey. Itty Bitty was getting quite jealous of all the attention Dad was getting during the evening, and made sure to punch/kick/dance during the entire hour and a half episode. I had to re-adjust my seat about a thousand times, but hubby had a blast feeling his son punch him messages in morse code.

It’s crazy to think that next year we will be celebrating the holiday of love with our tiny baby! I’ll have two Valentines. Two men to love, unconditionally.

And who knows, maybe I’ll get another chocolate peanut butter cake!

What did you do on Valentine’s Day?



  1. Awwww! It is crazy to think of how things will change next year – just wait til you're putting that "my 1st valentine's day" onesie on that little one πŸ˜‰ And if you need someone to share that cake, I am absolutely up for the challenge!!

  2. lol! Morse code is exactly how I describe the game my husband and Baby Bump play. My husband thinks it's hilarious to get my kicking. It IS the best feeling in the world to feel a little life growing inside.

    Stephanie Kay
    @ EverydayFamilyLiving.com

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