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I have talked before about taking advantage of what your church has to offer, in way of programs for socializing. Creating that sense of community it wonderful! It’s great to surround yourself with like-minded people, and set that example for your children.
Our church has a Valentine’s Brunch today, from 9:00 am to noon. Brunch,
crafts and fun for all family members. We will make cards, ornaments and other crafts while enjoying great food and fellowship…
Ms Sarah and I were taking a friend and her kids, but they couldn’t make it. SOOO, we have to wait until Ballet is over to go. I will share pictures – they always do such a nice job with the details!
But this is what we have done so far for the holiday:
A Valentine’s day wreath made out of a trimmed paper plate and foam heart stickersA necklace made out of heart beads, which I wear proudly…Heart shaped cupcakes…Which she already dug into!
What are YOUR weekend plans to involve your kiddos with the festive spirit?