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After the different sessions were over, we picked up The Crazies and got ready for our Date Nights. Gary took Sweetpea on a Daddy/Daughter date, and The Goofball and I headed out for our own Mommy/Son date. A few weeks ago, Gary heard about a Daddy/Daughter Date Night hosted by Chick-Fil-A (just another reason why I love the philosophy behind this company!), complete with table service, pictures, and goody bags. So after dinner there, they headed to Bass Pro Shop to look at the fish (Daddy of course loves that he's training up kids who love to fish!) and then to a little gelato place nearby.
Goofball's plan for the night included dinner at Olive Garden, ice cream, then out to the movies. We had to revamp his big itinerary, and instead headed to Pei Wei and Baskin Robbins, then home to cuddle and watch a movie. He kept saying through the whole date, "I just love spending time with my favorite mom." He even opened the door for me everywhere we went. This boy is going to make a great husband for some young lady someday!Our weekend continues tomorrow with a hike on South Mountain in some glorious 75 degree weather and a day off for everyone! Hope your weekend was just as special to you!
First, write a special sentiment on the first strip of paper. Next, tightly roll it up. Last, open capsule and insert paper. Repeat 100 times. When I'm done, I'm going to package them up in a cute jar and he has 100 days of loving affirmations from his adoring wife. If you have a cute Valentine idea, leave the link here! I do love a good Valentine!