We started our Valentine’s day tradition last year when Niko was almost 2. I set up a small table for us with some decorations and he was really excited. You can read all about it here: Valentine’s Day 2020

I always love to organize and decorate parties, I think I found an excuse to be creative and make Valentine’s day special for the boys.

Niko was so excited when he saw their table filled with reds and hearts. He said WOW a lot of times. They also couldn’t wait to check out their Valentine gift baskets.

KIDS TABLE AND CHAIRS: Lucky Store / KIDS SHIRTS: Kirpalani / CAKE STAND AND UTENSILS: Target / HEART-SHAPED PLATES, PAPER PLATES AND DOILIES: Beni’s Christmas Palace / HEART CUPS: Krispy Suriname / CUPCAKES: Your Sweetest Desire

Gift Baskets:
HEART BOX AND TEDDY BEARS: Beni’s Christmas Palace / FLASH CARDS: WOW Superstore

I made the “Be Mine” banner from an unused paper bag. The heart in the middle was made from felt.

I’m glad the boys enjoyed their Valentine’s mini party. It’s always fun to start these mini party traditions while they’re still young. It would be a wonderful memory for them to cherish when they’re old. So, cheers to more mini parties!

Happy Valentine’s Day from our boys! <3

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