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Flowers for Queen Mommy

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I found these on Saturday morning when I woke up. My husband had gone out with the kids and left these for me to find (the red tulips were purchased by my husband and the yellow daffodils were picked from our yard):

 

Here is the note that came with it:

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I am pretty lucky!signature

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  1. Aww, that’s so sweet!

    Dropping by to welcome you to SITS – so glad to have you join us!

  2. So Not Mom-a-licious

    How awesome was that?! Sometimes, those things are all that are ever needed!
    I am also stopping by to welcome you to the SITS community! It’s a great site and is always full of fun and a ton of other great bloggers! We hope to see you around!

  3. Em

    I adore hand-picked flowers. Even the weeds that my 3-year-old brings me – THE best!

    Welcome to SiTS! Em

  4. Gorgeous flowers!

    Stopping by from MBC, thanks for visiting over at my place.

  5. How wonderful & sweet! Our Daffodils aren’t up yet! Too cold! Thanks for visiting my blog!

    I’m dropping by from MBC & Fav’d you to technorati!

  6. I LOVE your blog!!!

    And good job hubby and kids on the flowers for Queen Mommy 🙂

    Can I give him my hubby’s phone # so they can talk! 🙂

    Welcome to SITS…just stopping by to say hey!

  7. Yay! Beautiful flowers! Don’t you just love surprises like that?

  8. Debra P

    Oh i love that because of course you are queen mommy! And I love the mix of bought and wildflowers from the yard. It’s just perfect! It’s the small gestures that you remember for a long time like that wonderful note!

  9. Eileen

    Awww…Stacie! You ARE a lucky mommy/wife! The only ones I get are the ones I plant myself and get to see in my yard, IF the rabbits dont chew them down LOL! (which is what they are doing NOW!). I love spring flowers best…especially daffodils. They give you hope, at least here in the midwest, that winter is gone and the bright yellow reminds me that the sun will be shining on our shoulders!

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