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[No comments] Valentine's : Today was a busy and fun Valentine's day. It started off with Sienna throwing up in her crib (third time this week) and John taking Maggie on a daddy-daughter-disney-date. They were at the park just after 8 am opening. I sewed. Dalton woke up around 10. We immediate headed to Target to get a birthday gift.

While we were at Target, I picked up something for a friend who just had a baby. When he picked out glitter glue for his friend's party Dalton said, "you should get some for your friend who had the baby." Why not? I spoke in church on Sunday and told this story about Dalton so it may be related.

I wrapped the gift in the car and we went straight to the party. It was a totally cute Valentine's party with all his little church friends. I brought Sienna home for a nap just as John and Maggie got home. I did some sewing while Dalton finished up the party, then I took the kids and our neighbor's girls swimming.

It was such a nice pool day. Dalton squirted a pregnant lady in the face and I made him apologize but other than that the kids got along ok for the first two hours. John brought Sienna when she woke up. She had her first swimming lessons this week and is loving it. My friend came with her baby later, and we met a school friend as well. The real highlight of the pool was when Dalton tossed his kick board aside in the deep end and forgot how to swim and I had to jump in and save him. I'm awesome, what can I say. Apparently, the kickboard slipped out from under him by accident. ETA: I forgot about the part where Dalton got punched in the face and then another kid jumped into the pool on top of him. He had a rough day.

For dinner we had Cafe Rio. John picked it up, and I went back and picked up the dressing they forgot to give us. After dinner, we went over to our neighbors' for chocolate fountain. None of us are feeling 100% still from our sickness this week, so we didn't so it justice, but amazingly I had just bought cinnamon bears at target so I could make chocolate-covered cinnamon bears. So that wish came true.


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