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100 Ways to Say "I Love You"

Valentine's DayAmy WileyComment

February is not just for romance, it’s for showing all kinds of love to people in your life. For those of you doing the Heart Attack or just wanting to spread some sweet thoughts, I came up with a list of creative ways to say “I love you.”

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  1. You are brave.

  2. You are strong.

  3. You are a quick learner.

  4. You are helpful.

  5. You are kind.

  6. You are a good friend.

  7. You are trustworthy.

  8. You are handsome.

  9. You are beautiful.

  10. You are fun to be with.

  11. You are clever.

  12. You are funny.

  13. You are creative.

  14. You are artistic.

  15. You are a problem solver.

  16. You are a good reader.

  17. You have a great memory.

  18. You are faithful to God.

  19. You are precious to me.

  20. You are a good brother.

  21. You are a good sister.

  22. You are good with younger kids.

  23. You are a good example.

  24. You are patient.

  25. You show perseverance.

  26. You are a good writer.

  27. You are a math whiz.

  28. You know the most interesting facts.

  29. You have a beautiful singing voice.

  30. You are a blessing.

  31. You love to worship God.

  32. You complete our family.

  33. You are the best at snuggling.

  34. You have a great imagination.

  35. You are loyal.

  36. You are a fun travel buddy.

  37. You are adventurous.

  38. You tell the best stories.

  39. You light up the room.

  40. You are cheerful.

  41. You are enchanting.

  42. You are a warrior.

  43. You have passion.

  44. You are a hard worker.

  45. You have great hair.

  46. You have unique style.

  47. You include everyone.

  48. You make me smile.

  49. You are adorable.

  50. You are captivating.

  51. You are elegant.

  52. You are a gentleman.

  53. You are fearless.

  54. You are spunky.

  55. You make the best sandwiches.

  56. You are fascinating.

  57. You are lionhearted.

  58. You are a good bike rider.

  59. You are a fast runner.

  60. You are detail-oriented.

  61. You are one in a million.

  62. You are dashing.

  63. You make me feel loved.

  64. You make my day.

  65. You are intelligent.

  66. You are energetic.

  67. You are athletic.

  68. You are talented.

  69. You are good with money.

  70. You are organized.

  71. You are diligent.

  72. You are entertaining.

  73. You are pleasant.

  74. You are lovely.

  75. You are a great dad.

  76. You are a wonderful mom.

  77. You are magnificent.

  78. You are awesome.

  79. You bring me joy.

  80. You have the best smile.

  81. You are generous.

  82. You are miraculous.

  83. You are God’s gift to me.

  84. You are charming.

  85. You give the best hugs.

  86. You make me proud.

  87. You are resilient.

  88. You see the best in everyone.

  89. You show God’s love.

  90. You have beautiful eyes.

  91. You have good manners.

  92. You are caring.

  93. You are kind to animals.

  94. You have a tender heart.

  95. You are encouraging.

  96. You are respectful.

  97. You laugh is contagious.

  98. You are tech savvy.

  99. You are trustworthy.

  100. You changed my life.

Movie Night: Freebirds

Movie Night, ThanksgivingAmy WileyComment

Today for movie night I’m sharing this favorite from last year…


I feel like my finger is hovering on the trigger of a cannon of all things Christmas.  I'm almost ready to unleash the most wonderful time of the year at my house, but first a little Thanksgiving fun!

Freebirds is a really cute little movie that's perfect for November.  It offers plenty of laughs for both kids and adults.  Read about its content here.

I was tickled to spot these turkeys and they inspired my whole look for the table.  I LOVE the touches of pink!  I look forward to putting them out year after year.

Also, let's talk about how much mileage I'm getting out of the gingham pumpkins.  They work September through November!


The place cards are just the cutest. 


For dinner, we are having enchiladas.  Because we just are.  If you wanted to play off the theme, you could do a toned-down thanksgiving-type meal or turkey/cranberry/dressing/cream cheese sandwiches.  The main character in this movie, Reggie, is a turkey who learns how to order pizza so you could do that too!


If you go the pizza route, you might as well make your life as easy as possible and use all paper products:

If you haven't already, give this silly little movie a try!


Unicorn Birthday Party!

Hosting, BirthdayAmy WileyComment

Eight is a magical age, deserving of a magical party.  My daughter picked unicorns for her birthday theme this year and it was too fun!

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We had no shortage of sparkles, darling friends, and enchantment.  I LOVE planning birthday celebrations for my children.

Today I'm sharing the details of this sweet party, broken down by category.


It was all kinds of pink, purple and sparkly for this party... too fun!  I found the little signs at Zulily and Prep Obsessed.


I picked up the little unicorn cake plates at Walmart.

I adore these floral arrangments from Costco.  For $19.99, they are beautiful and easy!


I always do custom napkins for my kids' birthday parties.


Unicorns everywhere!


Food and Drink

The party took place after lunch time, so we just did some simple snacks, lemonade, and of course birthday cake.


I found the napkins at Homegoods and the plates at Target.


The cake is from Sugar Bakeshop in Denver and was absolutely gorgeous.  It was vanilla with caramel filling and so delicious!


These unicorn straws make me so happy!



We had about two dozen kids for this party so I had several activities to keep them entertained.  Of course we HAD to have a unicorn bounce house!


These little unicorn wand kits are from Oriental Trading and proved to be an enjoyable craft.


Second grade girls LOVE to color, so I found this free image on Pinterest and we printed them on cardstock.



I've learned to keep party favors simple because no one likes their kid coming home with a bag full of tons of tiny junk.  Am I right?!?

When the guests walked in they could choose a unicorn horn.


Each child left with a favor bag holding a little plush unicorn and either a pen or necklace.


I found the custom labels here.


It's always a joy to choose and birthday theme with my children and plan their parties.  When else in life can you wear a unicorn headband and eat cake?


I hope you have a magical day!