On Friday, the kids and I enjoyed our third First Friday mass and homeschool gathering with a group about 45 minutes from our home. The saint spotlight this month was, of course, St. Valentine. So, I have St. Valentine's and love on my mind this morning.
Thus, I thought I would share some bloggie love by spotlighting two blogs that folks with little ones might want to check out, in case you haven't already found them through the Sunday link-up here:
Elisa, from Tercets, has linked up here at Training Happy Hearts since I first began the Sunday link up. I am so glad that she has! Time and time again, she has shared rich, fun and faith-filled ideas for living the liturgical year. She inspires me, both with the posts she links up here, and with the other ones on her blog. You really should pop on over to browse her site.
Jennifer, at Catholic Inspired, amazes me with how she finds time to parent her nine children while sharing so many great crafts, printables and ideas at her site. I just popped over there on Friday the other day to print her cute Catholic-Christian Conversation Hearts before a First Friday saint day celebration and wished I had more time that morning to browse, print and be inspired.
Plus, for those planning a St. Valentine's tea or dinner, I wanted to mention the post I wrote after Valentine's Day last year, which includes an array of ideas for healthy heart-themed foods, including ones that just take fresh fruits and vegetables and a knife to prepare:
What are some of your favorite blogs for Catholics with little ones? And, how about favorite St. Valentine's day menu items?
(If you receive this post via email and cannot see the linky, be sure to actually click over to the blog to read browse the rich catalog of ideas there.)
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