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Monday, February 14, 2011

Happy Valentine's Day - Question

Did you do anything special today for your little one? Do you and your partner still try to make it romantic? Or is it just another day?


Holly said...

I didn't do anything at all for anyone. It was just another day really.

Dana said...

We exchanged cards, but that's it. We actually did it yesterday. He wrote something nice about Jacob in the card which made me happy and said at the same time.

Serenity's Mommy ♥ said...

My boyfriend bought me a box of candy, and our daughter a teddy bear for V-day weeks ago..

Yesterday was very hard for us because we lost our 3rd baby. our 2nd miscarriage, but our 3rd loss. (We have a premature birth too) It didn't even feel like a "holiday". Thats okay though. We have been through sooooo much together. I know he loves me, and I love him no matter what! We don't need a stupid holiday to show affection for, or love each other!

Elaine said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss yesterday Serenity's Mommy.

Heather said...

We treated Valentine's the same that we always have. Although, times of celebration are hard to get through anymore. There is always a tugging that something is missing.