Friday, February 13, 2009

Valentine's Day Vlog...

10 comments:

blueviolet said...

I didn't know there was red dye in vanilla icing! I like watching Regis and Kelly too, except I'm still in jammies while I'm watching.

I am so impressed that you got all of that done today! You are so calm in your video too. How do you retain your sanity in the face of a day like today?

Martha said...

Aren't days like that crazy? You think that all is going to be calm, and then it all falls apart. I had a couple that way this week!

For Valentine's Day my daughter and I are headed to Magic Kingdom (my choice of park) and EPCOT (her choice of park). I think V-Day is one holiday that we have never stepped foot in a Disney park. Since we are moving back to your neck of the woods (a little further east) by summer, we need to spend as much time at Disney as we can!

I lov you videos. I wish I was confident enough! I have a webcam now, so I might give it a shot!

I hope you and your family have a great day (BTW you could give him a gift card for ITUNES....)

Stacy (Random Cool Chick) said...

Holy Moly that was a day!

Stopping by from Ann's...Happy VGNO!

Baby Mama said...

Thank you so much for the cute recap on your day! I hope you had a great Valentines Day. Still working on trying to figure out how to subscribe to your blog, were both on blogger but it doesn't seem to all ow me to follow it. Will keep trying!

Martha said...

Sorry your little one was feeling pukey! Our day didn't turn out as expected... but it was still good!

http://thedailygrindbymak.blogspot.com/2009/02/martha-and-taras-valentines-day.html

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Debbie Yost said...

We made personal pizzas for Valentine's Day. I made the dough and then the kids all shaped theirs like a heart. We all got to put the toppings we wanted on it without having to worry about anyone else. Then I gave each of the girls a chocolate heart with their name written on it. I ordered them from a local favorite charity that helps people with special needs. We watched a few episodes of season one of the Muppet Show and then it was bedtime. I pretty good day for all of us.

I'm so far behind on reading blogs yours included. I'm slowly working may way through!

Julie said...

My husband and I went to a local strip mall and handed out tracts (that had a great Valentine theme).

What better way to spend an evening with the one you love than sharing your faith with others? We had a great time. Topped off the night with a trip to Starbucks, and then to grandma & grandpa's to pick up the kids.

I think we may make it an annual event!

AlaneM said...

As I was watching this my daughter came down to talk to me - she arrived just as you were showing your cupcake to the camera & she whispered "WoW" - very cute!!

We didn't do much on valentines day because the kids generously gave me the cold they had the week before. (oh they're so nice)
I did help them make homade valentines & contributed the punch ingredients for the party, luckily we finished the valentines the day before I got sick. Planned on making some for g-parents etc but I just didn't have the energy.

But Sunday AM I was feeling much better so I made waffles cut into heart shapes & homeade pink syrup for them, which they loved :)

MaBunny said...

those cupcakes were cute!