Make Sweet Memories with Your Baby For Valentine's Day

by Tamika Gardner - Date: 2007-01-25 - Word Count: 268 Share This!

If this is your baby's first Valentine's Day make it special and take lots of pictures for your scrapbook. There are so many things that you can do to make your baby or toddlers Valentine's Day a fun one.

Here are fun tips:

Heart Shaped Pureed Teething Pops - for babies

Buy heart shaped ice cube molds (Target currently sells silicone ice cube molds for $1 in their "$1 Spot"). Puree fruits & veggies like apples, pears, peaches, blueberries, strawberries, sweet potatoes, squash, avocado in a blender. Pour the mixture into the molds and insert popsicle sticks. When frozen, you can put the "Teething Pops" in a zip lock bag and give to your baby to help soothe her teething pain and show her you love her. You can also freeze plain water, babies also love sucking on ice.

Heart Shaped Teething Biscuits - for babies

Using cookie cutters, roll out the dough of your teething biscuits and cut hearts out. Visit for a teething biscuit recipe.

Heart Shaped Cookies - for toddlers

Buy heart shaped cookie pans and cookie sticks from Michaels or your local craft store. Make sugar cookies and sprinke red and pink sugar crystals on each heart for a heart-felt treat.

Heart Shaped Muffins - for toddlers

Serve some love for breakfast! Bake your favorite muffin recipe in heart shaped muffin pans (Target currently sells silicone muffin pans for $1 each at the "$1 Spot") and your toddler will love you for it.

Don't forget to dress up your little one in Valentine's Onesies & Bibs and take lots of pictures. They don't stay young and cute for long!

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Tamika, "Tamilyn", Gardner is editor and owner of which a website that provides information about all the wonderful benefits of preparing baby food at home and great recipes for babies and toddlers.

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