Meet Bella. We adopted her three days ago, and she is the easiest, sweetest, little lady I know. She is our family's greatest Valentines!
Paige, show me your belly button! oh, those little hands. How fast they change. Don't those hands just scream innocence. Even in the middle of her trying tantrum full days, these little hands remind me of how young, fresh, and pure this little lady truly is. oh, my babe.
I don't care about noise, I love these photos.
I have been wanting to do this little broken crayon project forever. Too fun, right? I finally found a cheap pan. I hope these turn out! I think we'll wait to Valentine's eve to melt.
I don't care much for Valentine's day. I never have. I hate money making, for profit companies, that make you celebrate, on a day dictated by them to make money, something that should be celebrated daily, from our hearts. I hate when Alan spends $5 on a card to tell me something he tells me all day long. I hate chocolate temptation everywhere. And if we had funds to shower me with roses and gifts, I would rather Mr. to just do it when he feels, not when expected or told. So, there. However, I do have children, and the joy these simple holidays bring, forces me to put in a little effort, and melt some crayons shaped like hearts, and maybe even make some red velvet cupcakes!
We're melting heart around here! haha.