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Kids on Valentine’s Day – Fun Memories

I remember the days when Valentine’s Day was all about making heart-shaped cards for my friends and classmates. It was a time filled with laughter, excitement, and of course, candy hearts with sweet messages on them. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and reminisce about the fun memories of being a kid on Valentine’s Day.

My son (7yrs old) decided today was the day! Today was the day he was going to put on deodorant, he was going to style his hair, and he was going to wear dads cologne!

He wasn’t leaving for school until everything was perfect. He even brushed his teeth without delay! Who’s the lucky girl?

Crafting the Perfect Valentine’s Day Card

One of the most exciting parts of Valentine’s Day as a kid was crafting the perfect card for your friends and crushes. Armed with colorful paper, glitter glue, and stickers, we would spend hours creating unique and personalized cards for each of our classmates. Whether it was a funny joke or a heartfelt message, each card was made with love and care.

Classroom Valentine’s Day Parties

Valentine’s Day meant one thing at school – a classroom party! I remember the anticipation leading up to the party, with everyone dressed in red and pink, exchanging cards and treats. The room would be decorated with hearts and Cupid arrows, and we would play games like musical chairs and pass the love letter. It was a day filled with sugar highs and laughter, making memories that would last a lifetime.

Sweet Treats and Candy Galore

No Valentine’s Day would be complete without indulging in sweet treats and candy galore. From heart-shaped lollipops to chocolate kisses, the day was a sugar-fueled extravaganza. I remember trading candies with my friends, trying to collect as many different types as possible. It was a day of indulgence and joy, celebrating love and friendship in the sweetest way possible.

Spreading Love and Kindness

Valentine’s Day was not just about receiving cards and treats, but also about spreading love and kindness to those around us. We would make sure to give cards to everyone in our class, ensuring that no one felt left out. It was a day to celebrate friendship and camaraderie, to show appreciation for the people in our lives, and to spread love in small but meaningful ways.

Thoughts

As I look back on my days as a kid on Valentine’s Day, I can’t help but smile at the fond memories that come flooding back. From crafting the perfect card to indulging in sweet treats, the day was a whirlwind of fun and excitement. It was a time of innocence and joy, of spreading love and kindness to those around us. Though Valentine’s Day may have changed over the years, the memories of being a kid on that special day will always hold a special place in my heart.

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Image Source via Karolina Grabowska
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