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Happy Valentine’s Day! A Message From My Daughter

I have saved this Valentine's Day card / heart that my daughter Annabella made in preschool for several years. It was the best Valentine's Day present. EVER. I laughed so hard that I cried when she brought it home to me.

Notice the candy heart that she glued on the paper says “No Way.” The fact that she brought home a Valentine with an unintentional yet passive aggressive warning still tickles me every time I read it.

Annabella is this beautiful, amazing, strong willed child that I am sure will be beating off the boys with a stick one day.

Either that or she will just make them a Valentine's Day card.

I love my kid.

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  1. jason

    Too cute. That really reminds me of my little girl..a beautiful and strong willed fireball! She takes after her mother…

  2. This is so hilarious. Kids are funny.

    I remember when my little brother came home with this little wooden teddy bear craft from school, and on the back he painted “I Hate School.” lol.

  3. Shasta

    That is too cute! Sounds like something my daughter would do lol 🙂

  4. Adorable! I have a box under my bed with many items just like this. Every once in a while the kids and I go through it and laugh and enjoy what we find. Happy Valentine’s Day to you and your daughter.

  5. Dawn Sandomeno

    You really made me giggle with this one! Too cute, I have so many similar creations from my three boys. Love the “no way”!

  6. You know she sounds exactly like my 3 year old! Sassy but sweet! Happy Valentine’s day Stacie!

  7. nicole

    Those are the best! I treasure my first homemade/school made cards too! My mom and aunts still have cards I made for them way back when! It’s a real hoot to look at those now!

  8. That’s awesome! You should keep that somewhere safe and give it to her as an adult!

  9. That is so, so perfect, I love it!!!

  10. I’d treasure this too. Be sure to take it out when she does have a boyfriend = blackmail material.

  11. I love that! I’d be keeping that classic valentine, too. 🙂

  12. Awww so sweet- these are treasures you’ll keep and remember forever! She’s a sweetheart!

  13. Funny how their character shines at such a young age! They are each SO unique!

  14. That’s the best! It’s always fun to get a glimpse of their personalities through things like this or stuff they randomly say. Love it!

  15. Oh my gosh isn’t that just too cute. No Way Mom!!! I love stories about your daughter, it makes me appreciate what I have even more. 😉 My son, might turn out to be a lot like your daughter though. Aye yi yi

  16. Pam

    Isn’t that precious! I keep sentimental things like that too.

  17. ellen

    Too cute 🙂 Kids do such silly things- and thats a keeper!

  18. Eileen

    I LOVE reading posts about the kiddos! I have so many treasures and even with 9 moves since becoming a mom for the 1st time 30 yrs ago, I have kept so many of my kids treasures like this. I have one of those strong willed, call it like she sees it kids…my youngest who would totally do that!
    Didnt know you had a lil one named Annabella. That is my nieces name who was born so prematurely last April. Beautiful name!

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