Jakks: Disney Mickey and Minnie Mouse Tsum Tsum’s Valentine’s Day Giveaway

Welcome to the Disney Tsum Tsum Mickey Minnie Tsweeties 5 Winners Valentine’s Giveaway

Each winner will receive this set below. You can read about this adorable couple here.


Giveaway will run from 1.31-2.13 2017

You must be 18yrs+ and US only

You can enter on the widget below. Good Luck!!

I am sure you and a Tsweeties that would love to receive on of these this Valentines Day! You can find them on Amazon here. (not an affiliate link)

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What is on YOUR Valentine’s list this year? 

Love, Sweet Love: See’s Candies

Disclaimer: I received product in exchange for this review and giveaway. All opinions, however, are 100% my own.

Oh, Love, Sweet Love. When I got the chance to work with See’s Candies, I took it. Remove preservatives and get me fresh candy straight from San Francisco and I am all about it. Shh, one can still be healthy and enjoy good candy.


Greg and I went to See’s back in October when they opened their first retail store here in Pittsburgh, so I was prepared for the amazingness that would be waiting for me with Valentine’s Day displays. I was so right. It was gorgeous and tempting.


So many beautiful boxes to choose from, right? I’m just saying, I know my valentine would be pretty happy with me if he got one of those in two weeks. Because he’s very happy with the just under one pound personalized mixed box of chocolates he hand selected with the chocolatier last night.

I’ve had a weakness for sweets my whole life, especially cinnamon, so these options had me pretty happy:



And then there is the fact that a limited time special Strawberry Truffle that melted in my mouth when I got to sample it…and about three other chocolates. Thank goodness I have a stop button. Maybe. Maybe.


‘Cause when you walk in to See’s Candies, you’re greeted with these trays and the mantra to just tell them what you’d like to try. See’s wants to be certain you have something you like, you know?


And it’s hard to resist. You’ll be like us and be walking out the door with a few boxes, easy. Promise. Especially because Valentine’s Day is coming.

Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, See’s Candies is offering a $25 gift card to one of my readers. That’s enough to hand select a one-pound box of chocolates and some extras. Yum! Even better, See’s isn’t just here in Pittsburgh. Visit their site to find one near you. You’ve got from now until February 7th to enter – good luck!



These were the Valentines Arianna took to school, accompanied by the snack for the class. Admittedly… the snack was not what I wanted to send (but the cards rocked, yes?). You see…I signed up for a day at the store yesterday, a noted busy day for the stores. After a day full of hearing crazy stories from all the people coming to the floral department last minute (one of my family members was the second guest of the day!), I didn’t have the strength to stand in the kitchen and make dipped rice krispie pops. I just didn’t have it. No, the stories of “I don’t really like her” and “I don’t know her last name” didn’t turn me off the day. Nor did the tear jerking ones of widowers, or single parents buying for their kids. They didn’t warp my vision of the day. But, the sheer busy-ness in the store made my heart (and feet) ache. So many last minute shoppers not getting what they originally wanted, taking (still beautiful) second options home. After 10 hours of doing what I love, providing service to customers and making them happy, I just had to settle on a second option for Arianna’s class treat. And the second option thumbprints? Beautiful. Bakeries are a working mom’s best friend, no doubt.

Pre-School Valentines

Today was ‘lil Miss A’s class valentine party. A’s teacher asked me if I would be able to make it today, and I was lucky enough to rearrange my schedule so I could be there. I was working from home in the morning, and ended up rushing in last minute, but just in time for A to pass out her “I Love You a Ton” valentines I made while scrapping in January, and Oreos that Mr. Burgher couponed (and our dairy free ‘lil one can eat).

The kids were so sweet, all sitting quietly on their carpet squares (and trying so hard not to eat the bundles of Kisses they were given). Next, they did crafts–a lady bug made of hearts and a door hanger covered in cute foamies. ‘lil Miss A played her turn at an octopus ring toss game, then it was snack time.

“Why does A always get special snacks?” her friends asked me. “Why can’t she have icing on her cupcake?” Oh, the joys of explaining to three year olds that some things just don’t sit right with our bodies. A didn’t mind as she was given a cupcake with none of the icing (but oh, can I say it looked SO good?) and ate it all up (even licking the wrapper).

Soon, it was time to go, but we had to wait for Mr. Burgher to pick us up. A and two of her friends got to stick around and play a match game with Oreo shapes. I was delighted to watch her learn, and it made me miss teaching (and wonder what being a SAHM would be like). We got in the car, and she proclaimed that it was a beautiful day. “Mama, you don’t have to go to work now. You can just play with me all day long!”

Sorry, kiddo, I wish every day could be like today. Hope you enjoyed your Valentine’s Day party!

A (sort of) Super Sunday


Today, Super Bowl Sunday, was a bit confusing for our ‘lil Burghers. Neither ‘lil Miss A or ‘lil Man understand why our Steelers aren’t in the Super Bowl. Kids, we know it is confusing, but don’t hate us for saying it just wasn’t our year. You’ll understand one day. For now, celebrate for Uncle Rob’s Giants, ok?


In other news, today was a good, lazy day. Mr. Burgher, ‘lil Man,  and I slept in a bit (A was off enjoying a weekend with Pappy and Grammie, the ‘lil suck up!). When we woke, I got my lunch packed for tomorrow and we worked on organizing the kitchen. Before we knew it, it was time to whip up some cinnamon rolls and Buffalo Chicken Dip and get to our family Valentine’s Day gathering. (Blog fodder for another day this week!)

About halfway through the event, I got incredibly tired. We stayed up until almost 4 working on our cards, so I wanted to nap. Luckily, the kids and Mr. Burgher agreed, so we came home to nap in the early evening (perhaps a mistake) and then caught up with the Super Bowl. This is what confused the kids…why are we awake and not watching our Steelers? Both are snoozing away again (we have really good sleepers) and us adults are about to join in the Zzzz’s. (We’ll be off dreaming about the day we can afford the Acura NSX.

How did you spend this Super Sunday?