You haven't lived until you've played Uno with GIANT cards. We tried to take pictures to show truly how big the cards are, but it doesn't do it justice.
Natalie was intent upon making individual valentines for everyone in her class, instead of the cheap sticker valentines I got at the store. She made 20 personalized drawings with foam stickers, and they were so sweet! I didn't take pictures because she put them carefully into the folder in her backpack and was anxious about keeping them "safe." She wrote things like: "you're the best" "you're the kindest student in school" "you're my friend." I loved watching her thoughtfulness and kind intentions, especially not wanting to leave anyone out. It would have been easy to just make a valentine for her close friends, but she was purposeful about each classmate. She loved looking through all her valentines from her classmates after school, and Jack had fun "helping."
Jack is done with binks! He picked out this PJ Masks play set and threw away all his binks. He's done SO WELL. I can't believe it. I expected a full-blown frontal attack, but he took it all in stride and hasn't even asked for his bink, except right after he gets hurt before he remembers he threw them away. He's sleeping normally, and was even manageable at church. Huge success!