Love-Themed Activities For You and Your Little Loves

 
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1. Make heart-shaped snacks! Baby (and mama!) will love these heart-shaped breadsticks! There are a TON more heart-shaped/Valentine's-themed food ideas available on Pinterest, happy Pinning!

2. Toddler fizzing heart activity

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3. Perfect for young babies – sensory bags!
 
4. Best for the older baby/young toddler: Use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to stamp-paint hearts on paper
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5. Heart-melting activity – great sensory option for any age, just keep an eye on littles apt to pop these in their mouths!
6. Caution using this with a baby. My son has never been a very oral kid, so I wouldn't be worried, but use your best judgement! Valentine's Day slime.
 
8. Valentine's Day light table. Once you make this you can definitely re-use it for other sensory experiences! 
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9. Perfect for young babies (just make sure the top is properly secured) – sensory bottles
 
10. Great for toddlers/preschoolers – letter hunt and matching
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11. Heart threading for toddlers. This blogger's post is actually full of fun activities I'll be trying with my 18 month old!
 
12. Perfect for walkers, but you could even do it with your crawler – heart treasure hunt
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13. Shake painting! Toddlers are certainly more capable of shaking, but baby could get on the action too. Don't forget you could also have them roll instead of shake, if you use an empty oatmeal tub or soda bottle as your container. 
 
14. Toddler Valentine's soup! (not for eating …!)
Which of these are you excited to try with your little? Do you have any other fun ideas!

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Love-Themed Activities For You and Your Little Loves

I have a constant craving for adventure and love to pack as much fun into life as I can. Becoming a mom to one sweet boy has caused me to slow down - a little, and provided me with a wonderful new way to find joy in life. I try my darndest to soak it all in, as I have already found life to move a lot quicker since welcoming this little hunk of love into it. I am married to an amazing man, and I'm still trying to figure out how to embrace the changes in our relationship that have come with new pa ... More

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