Thursday, February 14, 2008

Spa, Valentine's Day and me

I am a lucky woman. This year for Valentine's Day J got me some gift certificates to Red Mountain Spa where they offer a pregnancy massage. How awesome is that. According to the web site "Extra care and attention are given to the mother’s comfort and stage of pregnancy." So I guess that means I will be surrounded by pillows to support all this bulge I have been growing and rubbed down somehow - oh please let it include my calf's. It should be nice whatever they do - a little pampering is good for everyone right? Anyway I feel a little bad because all I got him was a gift certificate to get his road bike worked on (yes, so romantic I know) and a cheesy candy bar card (see pictures below). Amber was just happy to get a balloon and a cupcake. Oh well, it is all out of love regardless.




7 comments:

Old&Gray said...

Best Pictures in the past two days.
That Candy Bar card is one to keep hidden from others, bets the sweets we shared at lunch.
I wonder if you will have a male or female doing the calf rub down?

Christina said...

@old&gray: I am sure J would prefer a woman to rub down my calves but from my experiences the men do a better job. We will just have to see.

testmonkey said...

She always gets Sven, despite my objections.

Auntie Nettie said...

Mmmmm. Sven .....

Seth, Caralee and Sydney Jo said...

Looks like you had a great valentine's day, isn't it great to be pampered! That card for J was way cute, I did something similar for Seth! Thanks for letting us borrow your humidifier we will be returning it soon, we went and bought us a new one!

The Cox Family said...

I am glad you guys had a nice day. I had to work, so it was pretty uneventful for us. Curtis did send flowers to me at work though! I really enjoyed that. Make sure you go and use your gift soon. I still have mine from last year! I keep meaning to use it, but for some reason or another it never happens. The pictures of Amber and her red balloon are really cute!

Seth, Caralee and Sydney Jo said...

Christina do you need a changing table? Ours has just about finished it's usefulness and we have no place to store it until our next baby. Let me know if you would like to barrow it.