Do you remember the first time you were romanced? I remember the feeling, when I was a wide-eyed first-grader and received a valentine’s day card from a young admirer. I knew that I was too young for real romance, but I sure enjoyed that feeling. Back when Valentine cards really meant a kid had a crush on you.
These days, the pressure is off, and I like that. Love doesn’t have to be all about romance, but can be about friendship and kindness. Every day should be Valentine’s Day.
Here are a few cards I’m considering for Valentine’s Day for Emma’s classmates. I particularly love the cards that I can personalize with her photo. Maybe I’ll even bring in some sweet treats on that special day.
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Which one’s your favorite? Are you setting your child up with Valentine’s Day cards for his or her class?
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karen M says
I remember we used to wear something red to school, making a valentine box out of shoe boxes. My heart used to pitter patter waiting to see if the boy I had a crush on was going to give me a special valentine card. This year little the kids will be sitting down and making their own again. they have a lot of fun creating their own personal messages for each classmate. My favorite of your selections is the Sweet Surroundings. Thanks for sharing!
I remember that shoe box thing too now that you mention it! They’re all so cute…I can’t decide :)