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Making Valentine’s Day Special for Little Ones Away at School
Posted By Jessica Fisher On February 7, 2012 @ 1:12 am In Holidays,Valentine's Day,Valentine's Day | 13 Comments
Valentine’s Day doesn’t need to be all lovey-dovey  mushy stuff. Make it a time to celebrate your love for your kiddos. ContributorJessie Leigh  offers some great ideas on how to make the day special for the little ones.
While, traditionally, Valentine’s Day is a “couple day,” in many homes, it’s become a family affair. Candles, wine, and roses have their place, but I think this holiday is a lovely time to show our children just how much we love them too!
This year, like so many, Valentine’s Day will be falling on a weekday. Just because your children are off away at school for the day doesn’t mean you can’t still add some smiles and special moments to the day!
Before kissing them goodbye for the day, why not start the day with a festive breakfast? A few simple but fun ideas:
Even if there are no “special events” at the school for you to attend, you can always send some love along! Why not tuck a few of the following in their lunch boxes?
– A mother of three, including a 24 week preemie, JessieLeigh  is a determined advocate for even the tiniest of babies. She can be found celebrating life’s (sometimes unexpected) miracles and blessings at Parenting Miracles .
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