Today I’m sharing some Valentine’s Day Gifts Ideas for Kids & Family. We have a family tradition of donuts every Valentine’s Day. Check out this blog post for a cute & free valentines day breakfast printable. Life is overwhelming right now. These little celebrations help to keep us semi sane. You don’t have to go big but it’s fun to be festive. I like to give each child one little surprise to wake up to. My 3 year-old will be getting Cocomelon stickers because if you know you know. We’ve had these water bottles for years. They are the perfect size. Just buy off of Amazon and snag some fun waterproof stickers and let your kids be creative. Side note, we do have the gumball machine you can also fill with candy hearts or any other candy your children like. My 9 year-old has the neon heart light in her room above her bed and uses as a reading light. The STEM fuzzy kit sculpture was a huge hit this Christmas with our youngest.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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