Tuesday, February 15, 2011

My Little Valentines

We had a great Valentine's day filled with fun surprises yesterday. Jon and the girls surprised me with a bed filled with candy hearts and little Valentine's cards and a nice gift of chocolates and pampering things like bath salts and lotions and a book. It was a perfect relaxation package.

I made white chocolate covered strawberries for Jonathan. They are one of his favorite things. I sent surprise "vala-grams" to the girls through the school. I usually never send thing through the school so they were really surprised and happy about that. I made them special chocolate croissants for breakfast and they came home to a lovely classic valentine's gift from mom and dad.

Who doesn't love flowers for Valentine's day? I went to Trader Joe's and picked up a bunch of each person's flowers. While I was there, I saw the Calla Lilies with the shock of white on top and with Noble sitting in the cart next to me with his shock of white hair on top ... well I just made the impromptu decision to make Calla Lilies represent him. He may not like flowers but it will be something I can give myself to remember him. He still reminds me of a puppy but I can't exactly give him puppy things every Valentine's Day or birthday. We don't even have a dog and probably never will so... Calla Lilies it is.


Tulips for Camille in Valentine colors.


Roses for Ann Marie.


Strong tall pure Calla Lilies for Noble.


Bright happy colorful Gerber Daisies for Sabrina.


And fun vibrant Star Gazer Lilies for Lauren. 
Hopefully these will open up today. 

The girls were thrilled by their flowers and all those flowers just make me happy every time I walk by them. They remind me of all the many beautiful gifts my Father and Heaven has blessed me to have in my home.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a sweet post!

Sue said...

I like that you've assigned a flower to each of your children. What a neat idea.

=)

Laylabean said...

I love the flowers idea too. My mother had a color that represented each of us. I was yellow, my older sisters was white, and my younger sister was pink. When we were away at college she'd send us flowers in our specific color. We didn't have to see the card to know immediately who they were from.

Laylabean said...

*older sister*

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