My son was my date for the evening since my hubby had to work and we attended a Chuck E Cheese birthday party for one of his best friends. These are the Valentines I made for him to pass out to his little friends who also attended the party…..
I made Valentine’s Day sugar cookies– chocolate frosting and conversation hearts- Yum!
My toddler can’t seem to get enough of Mickey Mouse these days so I bought a box of Mickey Mouse Valentine cards.
I placed the Valentine’s Day cookies, Mickey Mouse card, and heart-shaped marshmallows in a snack-sized Ziploc bag.
I put my son’s Valentine Bag in the mailbox we decorated earlier this month along with the $2 from his great Grandma and the Valentine Stickers from Grandma. I gave him the mailbox and he pulled out everything but put the money back –lol!
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What a great Valentine to get. Yummy cookies.