Friday, February 8, 2008

Chicco Loves You and so do I: A (Pre) Valentines Day Giveaway

Hey baby mamas, baby daddies and mamas and daddies to be how would you like to be the recipient of Chicco’s new You & Me Deluxe Infant Carrier. (Not a mama or daddy but know someone who will soon be that's ok too...after all it's great to be known as the "coolest gift giver ever")

The You & Me Carrier allows baby to face in for extra closeness, or out for exploring. The nicest thing: either position keeps your baby close to your heart.



  • Recommended for infants 7-25lbs

  • Ergonomic fit: developed in collaboration with the International Ergonomics Association for maximum comfort for parent and baby

  • Easily adjusts to fit taller and short parents- padded shoulders and waist band are wide and adjustable

  • High Tech fabric is breathable and prevents sweating

  • Opens from the front to allow parents to remove infant easily, without disturbing naps


    This fabulosity retails for $99.99 but because I heart you, one of you lucky folks will get one for free. Simply leave a comment by February 17 11:59 p.m telling me about your favorite Valentines day memory be it romantic, funny, embarrassing or insane and you’ll be entered to win. One winner will be randomly selected and announced February 18th (and please, if you do not have a blog please remember to leave an email address so that I may contact you if you're the winner) .

    And never fear if you don’t win it here Chicco is going to be giving away one carrier per day for approximately two weeks beginning on Valentines Day. Additional details will be posted on 2/14.

    Good Luck, y’all.
  • 83 comments:

    Caroline said...

    Hey there!

    Valentine's ehh? When I was in college, the love of my life, Joe, and soon to be daddy, decided to romance me by candlelight in his dorm room. He had all the details down...the candlelight, the mood music..even the boxed macaroni and cheese. Really, it was sweet..

    That is..until..the horrible roommate decided to come back with his drunk and not so romantic girlfriend. Ehh, so at least we've had many other wonderful Valentine's..and this year, with three of us, it's even better!

    Ann(ie) said...

    Fun giveaway!!!!

    My boy is too big, but hopefully one day I'll be blessed with another munchkin.

    pick me, pick moi, pretty please!!!!

    Ann(ie) said...

    crap. I didn't post my memory. hehe. It's my brain dead Friday. My fave valentines memory is when hubby and I attempted to go out to dinner. And the places we chose were middle of the road. We didn't think we'd need reservations. Well, we didn't but the wait times were 1 hr and then some. So we went to Wendy's and shared a biggie fry and a window table. hehe. Ever since then we have tried to make V day as white trash as possible. One year we got a heart shaped pepperoni pizza from Papa Murphy's. heeeheeeeeee!!!

    pick me. ;)

    Nikki said...

    My husband decided to surprise me with flowers one year on valentines day -- until I realized that they were potted Easter tulips. They came complete with a white Easter basket that he was totally oblivious to. We always joke that he's the booksmart one and I have all the common sense, and this was one of those moments that proved it.

    _____________________________ said...

    I once forgot my husband's birthday by three days. And then we both forgot our anniversary. Then the next year he forgot about Valentine's day.
    After that Valentine's we figured that we were hopeless at ever remembering dates and holidays. We are possibly the only couple in the world that celebrates things when we happen to remember them. Last year Valentine's was held on the 18th. Because that's when we remembered.
    Sad right?

    moosh in indy. said...

    once forgot my husband's birthday by three days. And then we both forgot our anniversary. Then the next year he forgot about Valentine's day.
    After that Valentine's we figured that we were hopeless at ever remembering dates and holidays. We are possibly the only couple in the world that celebrates things when we happen to remember them. Last year Valentine's was held on the 18th. Because that's when we remembered.
    Sad right?

    Reeva said...

    Well I was just telling someone about this the other day.. brought back fun memories :)

    my sweetest valentine was in 3rd grade.. the boy i had a crush on gave me a card and some candy -- it was half eaten because he ate 1/2 and gave me the other half .. back then i was mad, but now i think its so cute, he was giving 1/2 of himself to me :)

    GREAT giveaway! I hope i'm the lucky winner :)

    Happy Valentine's Day to you!

    Sharon said...

    Mine is kinda weird. I was hospitalized actually in Feb 2001-and my sorta boyfriend who I dated all through high school and college (who is now my husband) was in college in North Carolina at the time, I went to school Philadelphia. Since we were long distance we basically emailed and IM'ed. He went away the weekend before I went into the hospital, so I really didn't talk to him all week. Valentine's day came and he emailed me, I didn't respond. I actually was able to check my email that evening (valentines day) I received the email from him and I emailed back the hospital number. He called and was like "WHERE are you WHAT happened" " I was sooo worried, that I lost you" "NOW I know I LOVE you" I responded " I"m so glad me almost dying made you realize you love me" I always knew he loved me, I guess almost losing someone makes you understand you know what you have until it's gone. We got married 6 years later and have a wonderful baby girl.
    TO this day, we recognize Feb 14 as our anniversary on the day we "fell' in love.

    *Mini* said...

    My favorite Valentine's Day memory was last year- when my now-husband decided it was time to plan our wedding. lol Nothing compares in my eyes! We will be celebrating our won year anniversary in less than a month <3

    Thanks for the great contest. First time visitor to your blog. Hope I win!

    sassy2 said...

    our first valentine my dh gave me a white rabbit with a puffy hershey kiss attached. 11 years later my boys have it (minus the puffy hershey kiss). Everytime I see it, it reminds me of how sweet he was.

    Danielle said...

    my fave memory is from when my Hubby and I first got married. We didn't have enough $$ that first V Day to do anything and he knew I was a little depressed about it, so he made me a heart card out of construction paper and a candlelight "picnic" on the living room floor. It was so cute and unforgettable!
    dansan826 at yahoo.com

    Mishel said...

    Ooooh! I would so love to win! I'm TTC for baby #2 and this would be great to have! Hi BTW:)

    jbubolz-miller said...

    Valentines Day two years ago was the day our son through adoption was placed in our arms! AFter studying his sweet picture for months, it was wonderful to hold him in our arms- Im getting tears in my eyes!

    the rabbi's wife said...

    Jews don't do v-day. Can I still enter to win?

    Valerie said...

    This is a great contest!

    On Valentine's Day, 2004 my hubby and I got the long awaited news that we were pregnant with our second child.

    I don't think any V-day will ever compare....no matter how much chocolate I get!

    Valerie
    www.LittleBlots.com
    valerie at littleblots.com

    suzzcq70 said...

    I love V-day and had some great ones over the years! But so far, the best was in 2005, when my 7 month old son (with daddy's help) gave me my first Mommy valentine!

    Lollie said...

    iwantitiwantitiwantit! My most memorable Valentine's day was over the top and ended disasterously:

    Just out of highschool...new-ish boyfriend was at work. Snuck into his apartment and painted it red with streamers, hearts and glitter confetti. Made an all red dinner, steak, dyed red mashed potatoes and a beet salad (beet salad? Who makes a beet salad for a 19 year old?), red velvet cake in the shape of a heart. He looked totally shocked when he came home - and not in such a good way - to the mess that was his apartment and my tacky Frederick's of Hollywood candy red negligee. After dinner we made out and I decided to spank a heart into his ass, a clap with the left hand and a clap with the right - voila!

    He didn't call me the next day and all the days beyond that. Is there such a thing as being over zealous...?

    Naomi said...

    I was grounded in high school and my boyfriend took the bus over 1 1/2 hours each way (we were too young to drive) to bring me a single red rose and a 3 foot tall Ziggy card... very romantic to a 14 year old!

    Stacey Moore said...

    the first time i received DELIEVERED flowers!! they were from my husband(boyfriend then) almost 16 years ago!! we would love to win!! thanks so much!!

    Worker Mommy said...

    Rabbi's Wife (and anyone else that doesn't celebrate Valentine's Day) I certainly don't mean to exclude anyone so if you just want to share a favorite holiday (any holiday) memory I'll gladly enter you in the contest.

    Jessica said...

    nice giveaway! My favorite Valentine's day was when Bill and I went a fancy schmancy Italian resturant. We had a lovely dinner in a private booth. On our way out, I fell down the small "watch your step" step and went face first on the concrete. My leftover eggplant (and sauce) went all over the brand new suede Coach purse that was my gift. I limped to the car and we went home. Later on, I had to go the ER. I severely sprained my ankle. YEP...Valentine's day in a cast and crutches. So there wasn't any nooky that night..:)

    Teri said...

    Back for our first V-day, my then boyfriend (now hubby) surprised me by calling from his cell phone and telling me that he had something special delivered to my hotel room (I was doing my student teaching and living in a hotel). When I opened the door, there he stood with flowers in his hands and tears in his eyes - I was speechless!

    Meg said...

    My Dad sent my sister and I big Valentine surprise packages all the way from the army base in Panama where he was stationed (he was away from home for almost 2 years). The shipping must've cost a fortune....and we were so giddy with all of the stuffed animals, candy, and knick-knacks inside! (He sent Mom a special gift, too...though I don't remember what it was.) Thanks! ( meg.wilson@gmail.com )

    Go Cards said...

    one of my favorite things to do on Valentines day is have the house all tidy, the kids feed and in bed, and then have a nice candle lite dinner for me and the mr when he gets home, then spend the evening chatting and watch a movie we both have wanted to see.

    the rabbi's wife said...

    So as an entry, I'll write about the Jewish holiday that falls about this time, Purim. The remembrance of the story of Queen Ester. This is known as a "drinking holiday". My first Purim with my DH we were far from any Synagouge, so we read the Megilla (story) on our own and got down to drinking. I tried to keep up with the rabbi, but he has a much higher tolerance than I. so here we were knocking back vodka and water until I was *literally* under the table, drunk as a fish. I slept a little off, and them nature called. I sat down to take care of business and at some point passed out, fell off the toilet, hit my head on the tub, and scared my poor DH into thinking I had broken my neck. As he was bending over me (having figured out I was alive)I promptly puked all over him.
    Poor guy.
    Jewish holidays, lots of fun, not so romantic.

    Stephanie said...

    There is a cookie place that can make about just anything you would like. My husband had them make me a dozen pug shaped sugar cookies that look just like my puppy at the time. They were so yummy and the perfect gift.

    Mommymeng@gmail.com

    Milk Mama said...

    The best valentines Day yet is the one we had last year. For the first time in my life I had TWO Valentines: My husband and my beautiful daughter! I came home after class (college) and we played scrabble and ate dinner, then passed out in exhaustion lol. It was perfect!
    sarahmarie.pemberton@gmail.com

    2migirlsmom said...

    This would have to be my favorite one coming up. My daughter is old enough we have done all these cool things for adults and for school together. She is really in to it this year.

    Tuesday Girl said...

    The funniest is when I asked my husband who would ever buya stupid teddy bear from Vermont teddy bears for valentines day. Then a huge box showed up at work with a Vermont teddy bear in it!

    We still laugh about it!

    moushka said...

    My hubby took me to Vegas for the first time on Valentines day 5 years ago....you know the saying "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas"...well let's just say that's a very good saying for that trip! LOL!!

    Jessica said...

    A couple of years ago, my DH took me to a B&B where they do those theme rooms. This room was so fun. It had a big screen TV, putting green, Foozball, and a huge heart-shaped jetted tub right in the middle of the room! We watched Chocolat and had yummy chocolate fondue with romance oozing all over the place. It was a great time all around. Now we don't live in that area of the country, but I'll always have great memories of that V-day!

    Susanne said...

    I would love a carrier, don't have one yet...Now as for Valentine's Day in college my husband decorated my entire room and suprised me with a HUGE card. The whole room was covered in balloons and streamers...it was the best!!
    stbaisch[at]yahoo[dot]com

    Stephanie said...

    My favorite Valentines Day memory was in 2007. I dressed up our then-5-month-old daughter in an adorable outfit with pink stripe pants and a pink sweater with hearts on it. I then printed out a sign that read, "Happy Valentines Day Daddy!" I conducted a mini photo shoot with my daughter "holding" the sign and then e-mailed the pictures to my husband at his office. He loved it and proudly showcased the photos to all of his coworkers!

    Susan said...

    My favorite valentine's day memory is when my husband made me dinner, including strawberries with champagne sauce. I don't remember the rest, but I remember how thoughtful it was, and how hard he tried to make it special.

    Andrea said...

    Regardless of if I have a Valentine or not, my dad always sends me flowers!

    Donna said...

    My favorite Valentine's memory was when my oldest was 20 months or so. When my husband got home, she walked over to him in her red dress and gave him some flowers. Later, we at a heart shaped cake that I had made. I also had a 2 month old at the time...and was feeling so blessed!

    Erin said...

    One year my husband got me a Dustbuster for Valentine's Day. We still laugh about it.

    Mary512 said...

    the first valentines day my husband and i spent together it snowed, and here in texas that is pretty rare. it was so beautiful and romantic.

    Natalie said...

    In 2004, my husband (then boyfriend) and I went to Las Vegas for Valentines. We had so much fun doing all the touristy things including taking a trip to the top of the Paris Las Vegas Eiffel Tower. And he won me a big stuffed teddy bear at Circus Circus. It was so much fun!

    Robin said...

    Last year was our craziest Valentines day. I was pregnant and he wanted to do something special for our last valentines day without children. We live in a small town, so it was hard to surprise me, but he did. He wrote out these clues to where we were going and took me in circles getting there (it took an hour). Well the food was great, but the restaurant's heat wasn't working and it was 45 degrees during dinner. So my last valentines day before my son was sure a crazy one.

    s said...

    Anyone who knows me well knows that I love those little chalky heart candies they sell around every Valenties day; however, I love the pink colored hearts the best. One Vday, my best friend gave me a huge heart shaped tin filled with only the pink heart candies. Apparently, she bought a TON of boxes of hearts and picked out just the pink ones for me. I thought it was a sweet (no pun intended) gift and one that showed how much she loved me!

    Jenna said...

    My sweet high school boyfriend got up super-early one year to put a trail of roses in the snow out to my car. :)

    Laura said...

    After presenting me with roses, my husband--then boyfriend--took me to dinner for our first Valentine's Day as a couple. It was a pretty nice restaurant, a tad fancier than we had been to before, especially since we were both fresh out of college and keeping track of every penny. We enjoyed a lovely meal, and he asked for the check.

    And when the check arrive and he reached for his credit card, that's when he discovered he had left his wallet at home!

    After he suggested the option of "dining and dashing," to which I rolled my eyes, I sheepishly produced my credit card, trying to not let this mishap ruin the evening.

    We still laugh about that Valentine's Day--it's healthy to have romance in the midst of life's many imperfections!

    J said...

    I still think my favorite Valentine's Day was when I came home from work 3 or 4 years ago and our entire apartment was clean. Since much of the cleaning usually fell on me, it was nice to come home to a sparkling apartment with candles lit and dinner made too!

    Marcia said...

    My favorite was when we first moved in together. He woke up early (which is a huge deal in the first place) to make me breakfast and then gave me roses, chocolates, and a beautiful ring.

    Rachie S. said...

    My hubby told me he loved me for the first time on Valentines Day 2005, Now we are married (and we have twins too!)

    Mommy said...

    Valentine's Day was always the worst in jr. high. Our student council got this great money making idea to sell carnations. 50 cents got you a white, pink, or red carnation to send to friends, more than friends, or "I Love you from afar" people.

    Really, it was just a popularity contest with the symbols of popularity proudly displayed all over your sweater that day.

    Do I sound bitter?

    L

    Scrapping Servant said...

    Hey, I found you from 5 minutes 4 mom, I like your banner design... I am a mommy of 3 from 3 years to 3 weeks :o) And my favorite Valentines Day memory is going for a whole weekend with my hubby to San Francisco, walking up and down the hilly streets together.

    Gina Maria said...

    Great giveaway! Wow! My husband left a path of rose petals leafing to a romantic candle lite dinner when I was pregnant with my daughter. I wasn't feeling very pretty and that night I was the most fabulous and beautiful woman in the universe. Thanks babe!

    The Saunders Family said...

    my boyfriend at the time asked if he could court me on valentines day...we have been married three years now and have a 9 mo. old! The answer was yes!
    mom2maria at hotmail dot com

    Holly said...

    Last year my husband and I were able to listen to our baby boy's heartbeat on a Babybeat monitor while he was in the belly--and this year he'll be our valentine!

    royaldixie said...

    On Valentines Day, 1994, my mother went off and eloped with her boyfriend and I was devastated! I was so bummed that I wasn't there. 14 years later, they are still going strong and I couldn't be happier for them!!

    Thanks for the GREAT giveaway!
    royaldixie@charter.net

    :) AZ AMPMMom said...

    Let's see - my favorite Valentine memory was in 2006 since the day before is when I found out we were expecting #2, so I got to spend the day calling family to tell them they were getting "extra lovin'"

    Qtpies7 said...

    6 weeks post partum and feeling depressed, fat and frumpy I really wanted to get into shape. I couldn't do it at home because my older two freaked out if I did aerobics videos instead of sitting on the couch eating bonbons.
    So my husband bought me a work out outfit. For Valentine's Day. He called me a fat cow for Valentine's Day.
    OK, so he didn't, but I sure felt that way! And he paid for it for 15 years until the story won my a personalized box of fruit roll ups!
    He really was being sweet and trying to treat me to somethign I wouldn't buy for myself so I could go to classes feeling good. (and now, I could only dream of being that weight again!)

    Sarah said...

    My favorite...kind of funny V-day memory is my husband and I trying to have a dinner date on V-day without reservations...we drove from one place to the next, and everywhere was about a 2 1/2 hour wait. SO, we ended up going one place about 8:00, and finally had supper! Now, we just pick a different day~

    Jeanette said...

    I would love this. My sister in law is expecting her first and this would make her day!

    My favorite valentines day memory is one of taking roses to a local convelscent hospital. The smiles on the faces of those precious elderly ladies was a site to behold.

    Melissa said...

    The December of 2002, a very special guy told me that he loved me. We lived far apart from one another, and he visited me in February 2003. Although we weren't together on V-Day, it was the first time that I had someone special to share the day with. He sent a very sweet e-card on that V-Day, and the following year we celebrated in person as a newly married couple!

    Chicco products are a favorite, and this carrier would come in handy in just a few months!

    Jennifer, Le Binky Bitch said...

    My best Valentine's day was in college when I went on two dates. I felt really cool. (Of course, neither boy ever called me again and I didn't have another date for YEARS, but for that one night, I was a hot commodity.)

    Shezalldat said...

    My fave valentines was with my hubby two yrs after i got married. i was away for the first one so this was the first one we were going to spend together. I was pregnant and was going through my first trimester. After having dinner, i was exhausted and went to sleep. A lil while later I woke up and told him I wasn't feeling well. He came to sit by me and I told him, I'm going to puke! It was so close, that he just put his hands under my mouth so i could puke there. At that time i didnt have the energy to ask him to grab the bag right next to me instead. But once I puked in his hands, i knew he was a keeper! I know i wouldnt do that for ANYONE. but just this act let me know he loved me for real, and it is the coziest feeling ever. Altho he has prooved his love in ways, way more delighting as that, this is something i will never forget for as long as i live.

    http://powderfresh.wordpress.com
    shezahasan@yahoo.ca

    Miss Erica said...

    One Valentine's Day my husband (then-fiancee) and I both forgot to get cards for one another. We went shopping together on Valentine's Day at the grocery store and stood next to each other picking out cards. The store was nearly out of cards since we were buying them so late, so mine was a fill-in-the-blanks kids card and his was for a grandfather (I had to cross out grandfather and ruin the rhyme with his name). It was so fun! gumbi1313@msn.com

    Liz BK said...

    My college boyfriend and I had been together for a few months, but were too swamped with work and school to make V-day plans. When we realized every restaurant in town was booked up, we ended up at a really crummy Chinese buffet, then went to see Leaving Las Vegas! Serious downer. Didn't seem to hurt us any, though- we've been married eleven years and are celebrating our first Valentine's Day with our new sweetheart, our daughter!

    lyn21 said...

    My best Valentine's memory was back in high school when I receieved a single rose and a note saying "Will you go out with me?" The only problem was I got it late as Feb 14 was a snow day. Oh well

    Anonymous said...

    My favorite Valentine is the first year my husband and I met. He was living in Chicago and I was in Los Angeles. He sent me this large envelope. Inside was not a card but hundreds of pieces of cut out words (Love, etc) and then he wrote a poem and put it on the back of a concert poster that we had attended during the New Orleans Heritage Jazz Festival...

    Yes, that was indeed, my favorite Valentine so far. Tomorrow will be our first Valentine with our baby and I have a feeling that next year, I'll be using it as my new favorite.

    oneworld222i@yahoo.com

    Thanks for another great contest!

    Peace-Kim (a friend of Steph's)

    Sundi said...

    One Valentines day, it iced over and we almost wrecked on the way to the restaurant! We got there and it was closed for weather, so we went to a real exclusive place we could never have gotten a reservation for on a normal day, and we got a table right away! It's so funny looking back.

    Anonymous said...

    This valentines day, my boyfriend, who is soon to be a daddy, I'm due April 11! got us matching tshirts that say I love jenny and mine says i love alex. I thought this was the cutest gift ever! But then to top it off he ordered a onesie that said I love mommy and daddy. HOW CUTE! he had them custom made from some website. i can't wait to put my new little girl in this!

    Ryan said...

    Best valentines day was a couple years ago. No kids! Hang out and watch movies at home all night! Relaxing and romantic :)

    Great contest.

    Don and Lisa Osborn said...

    In 2004, my husband and my BFF's husband collaborated for the ultimate date day. A few days prior to Valentine's Day, they each gave us a scroll on parchment paper inviting us to an all day date. (It even had burnt edges). First we went to breakfast at a great place. Then they took us shopping for an outfit for the evening. We then went to a movie-50 First Dates. We then had time to get ready and they picked us up to take us to a romantic evening at a restaurant called The Vineyards. It was a wonderful day I will never forget!

    Rockin' Mama said...

    Hmmm...my hubby surprised me by booking a hotel room on the beach and taking me to a romantic dinner...I had no idea what we were doing so I didn't pack any clothes. He packed for me and told me I was supposed to dress nice...well...i didn't have anything (he knew that!)...so....he told me that part of my gift was that he was buying me a dress and shoes of my choice....so romantic!

    jasonncaryn at yahoo dot com

    heather h said...

    What a great idea! Two years ago on Valentine's Day I found out I was unexpectedly pregnant. AFTER a delicious dinner with cocktails. So on top of all the surprise, happiness, terror, and shock, I was also enormously guilty for my two bellinis. Yikes. Things worked out just fine, but it's one Valentine's Day I will never forget!

    The Milk Maid said...

    I ended up dating the smelly kid at school for v-day once, JUST TO GET A CARD. At our ten year class reunion the smelly kid announced his contract with a record label in Nashville. So now I can go around saying OH I have a v-day card from Mr Country Music Singer before he hit it big!

    Shannon said...

    When I was in college a good guy friend of mine and my roommate's asked if we wanted to go to dinner for Valentine's day since we were all single. He asked us and then proceeded to act like he was doing us a big favor by asking us to dinner. Almost 10 years later we still talk about how he asked us out and made us pay for our own dinner!

    mama meji said...

    My hub and I don't usually celebrate Valentine's on the day itself. We'd resked it to a later date. And my fondest one was the time we went to an island -to celebrate our wedding anniversary and Valentine's. Twas really special. I don't wanna sound muchy now so I'll stop.

    mama meji said...

    BTW, my email-just in case...is zamejias[[at]]makimeji[[dot]]com.

    you da mom! said...

    aw, cute! my favorite valentine's memory? well, i met my husband 5 years ago on the 12th. i was out partying with some girlfriends of mine, looking for some pre-valentine's day fun! all of a sudden, my future husband approached me. we flirted for a while and parted ways. two days later, on valentine's day, he had red tulips sent to my work. :)

    Anonymous said...

    I would really like to win this . All Feb 14s since I met my husband are memorable.
    thanks
    Email: kr.manid@gmail.com

    Medley Family said...

    This year my husband and I did Valentines on a budget and it was still romantic. he brought me hom einexpensive but still very nice flowers by surprise and had made me an awesome card with a picture of him and my son in it. I had bought a cheap card but made it worth it with all my personal notes to him. We made dinner together and my son and I had made a cake for him since he loves cake as a surprise for dessert...it was fun and still cheap.

    Anonymous said...

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    Heather said...

    One V-Day, I was dating a younger guy. We were both in college and he invited me out to an expensive meal. After dinner, we were going to go out and see a show. Well, as soon as the check arrived, guess who suddenly found that his wallet wasn't in his pants? Dork. Yes, I paid, then went and bought some chocolate and a book, then went home to eat and read. It was a really good book, and the chocolate rocked. Turns out, I gave myself a pretty decent night.

    Laureljeana said...

    I would LOVE this carrier for our new littel one!

    Mags said...

    My best memory is going to be from this year. My son (my first baby) will be 7 months old this week. He "asked" my husband to get me a card for V-day and wrote very special things in the card!

    Taryn said...

    Well this Valentine's Day my hubby came home early and the babysitter was playing with my son outside....so....;)

    Rachel C. said...

    I'd love to be entered. Thanks!

    my favorite V-Day was my first with a boyfriend...and that first boyfriend is now my hubby. being that it was our first V-day together we wanted it to be special, but hubby really wasn't feeling well. He made such an effort to still go out for dinner, and he made me the sweetest card - because he wasn't feeling well enough to go out and buy one. He made it through dinner, but a few days later we found out he had a really bad case of mono. poor guy :)

    Butrfly Garden said...

    I was never big on V-Day. After this year, I don't think it will grow on me any.

    But I totally wish I would have entered this!! My SIL is due in June!!