Thursday, February 12, 2009

We Love...

We've been invited to our first ever Valentine's Day party!

And we're abuzz with questions and excitement over the unknown!

Dumpling and Cuddlebug chose their card stock, Bible verse and cloth ribbon to make their Valentines special...

...but they're a little concerned over whether there will be boys in attendance. I remind them that the love of Christ is for everyone. Even boys. *wink*

14 comments:

Pam--in Estonia said...

That's too cute!

Terry @ Breathing Grace said...

Yes, even boys!

That last photo is too cute.

theoneaboutus said...

So fun :)
And thank you for including the boys. That made me smile.

Dawn said...

Very cute pictures - and they are making lovely cards. I live in the Valentine Capital of the World - so V-Day is quite the production around here.

I hope they have a wonderful time - even if there are boys there ;-)

Joyful Days said...

The cards look lovely (the creators more so). The party sounds like fun.

Glad to see you "back." I had peeked in just last night wondering where you had gotten to.

Peace,

Julie

Brenda said...

EW! Boys!!! :)

Hope they have fun!

karly said...

Love the Valentines! So pretty!

And, yes, the love of Christ is for everyone. Even boys. (I had to laugh at that one!) :)

missy said...

Awwww! Too cute. Have fun at the party....even if there are boys! :)

Heather said...

Too cute! It won't be too many years before they change their minds about boys at the Valentine's Day party. Enjoy it while it lasts!

Madeleine said...

Your girls are adorable. :)

I love the idea about the scripture verse valentines. Why have I never thought of that????

I recently had to have the self same talk with my son....about girls.


lol

Ashleigh (Heart and Home) said...

I remember these days... so sweet!

A. said...

What lovely, sweet cards!

Allison

Dawn said...

Anxiously awaiting how it went?!

Persuaded said...

we *love* valentine's day... although my kids didn't even realize it supposedly is centered around "romantic" love until they were in their teens, and by then they thought it was kinda weird to limit the fun to only one kind of love. oh the joys and benefits of homeschooling! lol!