Happy Valentine’s Week! Many people think you should show love all the time, not just on a Hallmark Holiday, so they decide NOT to celebrate 2/14. I have to agree 100% about showing love all the time; but expressing love & gratitiude on Valentine’s Day is equally as important. This goes for friends, co-workers, family, teachers; really anyone that makes your life lovelier! And this does NOT have to be a grand gesture. It could be as simple as an extra hug to say “happy valentine’s day,” a note on a car door/lunch box, free lunch, a free latte, anything to let that person know you have love/gratitude for them.
Love is so important, and showing it can sometimes be hard if you have food allergies. I’ve had a lot of questions this week about Valentine’s Day and safe snacking. Here are some quick ideas incase you are still out and about – although by gaguing social media, many of us celebrated Valentine’s this past weekend already 🙂 Hope these tips help you have some fun this week.
Tonight we’re working on Valentine classroom cards and mailboxes 🙂 HOW FUN!
Target has some great finds:
- Valentine Oreos
- Mini Fruit Roll-Up (these were in the entry way at all targets i have been to)
- Welch’s Fruit Snacks
- Annies Fruit Snacks
- Fruit By the Foot
- Goldfish Valentine’s Packs
- YumEarth Fruitsnacks and Suckers
- Mini Bubbles (non-candy)
- Pencils (non-candy
- Hershey Kiss – Classic Bag
- Heart-shaped York Peppermint Patties
For the Chocolate lovers in your life, we ALWAYS recommend Vermont Nutfree. Watch our IG Live Stories this week, we’ll be unwrapping our first truffle box from them 🙂 If you’re baking in a nut-free kitchen, keep in mind the Enjoy Life chocolate!
With love and light,