Sunday Funday Outfit

Getting in the Valentines Day Spirit

With Valentines Day coming up next weekend, we’ve been trying to get in to the Valentines Day spirit this week! Layla and I put up a few decorations around the house. I got this sign for above our fireplace from Target. fireplace

This weekend, we made some yummy Valentines Day cookies using our organic Honest Company sugar cookie mix. It came with Layla’s Christmas diaper bundle, but we had it delivered a little later so we didn’t get a chance to use the mix over the holidays and used it now instead. We ended up eating most of the cookies ourselves and sharing a few with our neighbors.flowerscooki3cook8

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Layla had a play date yesterday, so we made these Valentines Day goodie bags for her to give to her friends. I filled them with a coloring book, crayons, a Hot Wheels car (Layla loves these) and chocolate (which the kids shouldn’t be eating, but the box was so mini and cute)…a small Valentine for her to share with her friends.goodiebaginside

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For her play date, I wanted her to wear something a little Valentiney (not a word I know). I just bought her these overalls from Target and really wanted her to wear them. I have always been obsessed with baby’s in overalls and finally got Layla a pair. I paired her overalls with a top she had from Gap thats red with white hearts. I must say she looked darn sweet!

 

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Overalls: Target / Shoes: Converse / Shirt: Gap / Bow: Gap

Lastly, this morning, we practiced our Valentines Day breakfast we want to make on Saturday. I made scrambled eggs, hash-browns and toast, then used my cookie cutters to make everything heart shaped.  I think this weekend I will add some heart shaped pancakes too! We are obsessed with breakfast in this house!FullSizeRender

What are your Valentines Day plans???

Toddler Bath Time Must Haves

Slide11. Laundry Basket 2. Rubber Duck 3. Bath Toys 4. Kneeling pad 5. Elbow Rest 6. Hooded Towel 7. Spout Cover 8. Toy Bin

1. Laundry basket – How is a laundry basket a bath time essential you ask? It’s the most amazing idea I found on Pinterest of course! Put the laundry basket in your bathtub so that you do not have to worry about your toddler falling over. It has enough room for your little one to play in while keeping you at ease as they transition to the adult tub.

2. Rubber duck – no explanation needed! It’s a must in every bath. If you are going to get a rubber duck though, get the Munchkin Ducky Hot Safety Bath. It has a white hot safety disc that reveals the word “HOT” on the bottom of the duck when bath water is too hot for your baby.

3. Bath toys – Layla loves to stick the Boon Bath Tub Appliques all over the bathtub walls. We also have some of these and bathtub crayons.

4. Kneeling pad – Trust me this is a must or your poor knees will be in pain after the bath. We got the Skip Hop Moby Bath Kneeler only because it was a whale and matched the theme of our bath stuff. It’s worked out great for us so far. As comfy as it is going to get on our knees.

5. Elbow rest – As much as you have to protect your knees, gotta do the same for those elbows as you lean over the tub to wash your little one. We got the Skip Hop Moby Bathtub Elbow Rest, again because it matched our bath theme.

6. Hooded towels – I got the frog and pig Jumping Beans Hooded Towels from Amazon. I also bought some random ones from Target.

7. Bath spout cover – This is super important in case your little one slips in the bath. The rubber covers the spout giving it some extra cushioning. I got the Skip Hop Bath Spout Cover to match the rest of our stuff.

8. Bathtub toy bin – We got this OXO Tot Bath Toy Bin. I like that its white so it’s easy to clean and know its clean. Drains the water from the toys great and sticks the to the wall of the tub.