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Dear Hubby, Hubba Hubba

By caseymullins |

With Valentine’s come and gone, I feel as though we really didn’t get a chance to get all ooey-gooey over each others existence. It could be that we’re sharing a room with a giant noisy baby or that we’re hundreds of miles from a babysitter we trust so we can’t go out on a little date while we’re down here in Florida. It could also be that we’ve been floating around in a chlorine induced haze and have found sand in every crevice of our being, leaving us so happily exhausted at the end of the day that we’re unable to form coherent sentences about how much we love each other.

On Tuesday, Facebook was filled with instagram photos of Tiffany boxes, jewelry, roses and updates on romantic dinners and breakfast in bed. I got to be here with you and these two little people we made…eating ice cream in 92% humidity as our arm hairs curled from the heavy moisture in the air.

And then this happened…

I can literally feel all my clothes fall off as I simultaneously ovulate and crawl all over your very existence.

There is no sexier thing in this world than a good dad.

And you my friend? Are ranking pretty high on the hubba hubba scale.

Happy belated Valentine’s Day dude, thanks for making babies with me.

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Casey Mullins is a writer, photographer, and nice person living in Indianapolis with her two little girls, husband, and a one eyed cat. She writes regularly at her personal blog moosh in indy and can be found trolling local bakeries and napping whenever possible. Read bio and latest posts → Read Casey's latest posts →

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4 thoughts on “Dear Hubby, Hubba Hubba

  1. Jess says:

    I agree 100%! I told my husband that I don’t need expensive gifts on Valentine’s Day because it’s all the little things that show his love. I melted and cried when he pulled out the card he bought for our 7 month old daughter on her first Valentine’s Day.

  2. Juju @ Tales of says:

    Amen! *high five*

  3. Kerry says:

    LOOOOOOVE this….and i’m right there with ya’ Mamma <3

  4. Dolores says:

    So true. We celebrated our anniversary and then Valentine’s Day with our new little bundle of joy. We didn’t do gifts, or cards, or even go out–we just stayed in and celebrated our new family=)

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