So the conversation goes a little something like this last week, ya know two weeks BEFORE Valentines Day...
Me: "So, should I go ahead and get Valentine's for C's class?"
A rhetorical question to be honest.
Hubs: "No, that is crazy, he is two years old.
People don't like to do that crafty stuff like you do,
the parents and teacher will think you are nuts."
Me: "You think?
I mean I like to do that kinda stuff.
What do you mean people don't like to do that "crafty stuff"
everyone likes to make pretties."
Hubs: "No, no they don't.
Again with the crazy."
So, I actually listened to my husband for once.
I never, ever, listen to him about this kinda stuff.
I normally just talk to talk and I think I was actually shocked that he respondend to me and listened for once that I actually listend back.
Well, enough with the listening.
Because when I get to C's school yesterday,
after I long, long day at work,
and a million things on my plate.
They hand me his daily report which was of course perfect, but there was a list of all the kids in his class names on the back.
So of course I ask what the names are for.
Hello, Cheryl, obviously the Valentines party that is on, well, Valentines Day.
I can't even tell you how annoyed I was.
I am a planner.
A type A to the T.
I did not plan to have to go out, after I was just at the grocery store mind you.
And now I don't just have to go out and find the perfect Valentine,
I have to go out with a ravenous toddler.
Why, oh why did I listen to my husband.
I should have gone with my gut and whipped up some cute personalized Valentine's.
Because lets be honest.
C must have the cutest Valentines in his class.
It is a must.
I must be a super mom.
Now, I can't just run to the store and by the boxed kinda with candy.
Nope, I have to hop onto Pinterest and find a cute printable and send it of to Kinkos.
So, after my long drawn out story,
I picked this printable from One Charming Party.
Not too shabby huh.
Happy Valentine's Day!
Love, not a super mom this week