We love celebrating every holiday in my home. Things are even more fun when you have a preschooler who can finally help with the festivities. When I celebrate a holiday I love to incorporate it into the breakfast, snack time and with something cute to wear.
The first thing I love to give my preschooler on Valentine's day are the most special (and easy) pancakes I can think of. It is so easy to just make your favorite pancake batter and put it into a condiment squeeze bottle. I like to cut the tip of the bottle so that the batter passes through a little easier. Then you can create a heart and the word love with the batter. Make sure when you are writing, that you write the letters in reverse.
I then love to make these easy Valentine's Day Berry Skewers as a healthy snack that is just as festive. They are so easy to make that your preschooler can make them by themselves.
For something festive to wear I created this Tutu adorned with hearts that my preschooler can dance around in. It is so easy sew a piece of elastic into a waistband and then to knot pink and white tulle all around. To make it extra special I sewed on the felt, glittery hearts.
We love creating our own Valentines so the "You are a Bowtiful Valentine" were perfect for my daughter to give to her friends. I made all of the print outs and bows and then had my preschooler help clip them onto the cards.
Valentine's Day would not be complete without a sweet treat. I created these super easy Valentine's Day doughnuts. I had my daughter help mix all of the ingredients and then she had fun watching them come out of the doughnut maker. I added the icing and then let her sprinkle on the sprinkles.
What do you do for Valentine's Day?