So it was Valentine's Day this week. And I thought to myself, "my how things have changed." I was most excited about dressing my little Mason up and taking him to visit people. I was floored when Shane suggested to me that instead of going out to dinner, we go out to breakfast. I mean not only did he actually know that the next day would be Valentine's, but he had thought about it and wanted to do something special, and last of all, I hadn't planned out any femine expectations for the day, AT ALL! and let me tell you I am pretty darn good at having unreasonable expectations at gift giving occasions. I was really impressed with Shane.
So we went to breakfast. I think that we may have been the only people in the restaurant that were under the age of sixty five, but it was great. We had so much fun chatting with each other, and eating eggs. I think that we will make it a Valentine's Day tradition. Mason came too and he did look pretty darn cute in his red sweatshirt and high top "All Stars" (thanks again auntie Brynne).
After Shane went to work, and Mason left me for naptime. I made a load of cup cakes, and decorated them with hearts and everything. So when M woke we surprised my mother in law at work with them. She showed Mason off to all her coworkers, and I felt really proud to have such a great little guy. I was told about alot of good things about child rearing, but nobody told me about the little details like all holidays are more fun. It was such a great day. I am so lucky to have two of the most wonderful men in the world living in my house.
This is the card we gave to Shane's mom. Isn't it sweet, he is so cute.
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