There is one particular definition of love that resonates with me from Webster’s Dictionary. It states love is “an unselfish loyal and benevolent concern for the good of another.”
Valentine’s Day is a good reminder to remember what love means to each of us. I have learned throughout the years that we all love differently. Although we love differently there is one thing that is common: as human beings giving and receiving love is as critical as the air we breath.
February is a good month to remember what love means to each of us and to help our children understand why love is so important. And what better way to celebrate love then with some fun crafts.
My inspiration this year comes from Martha Stewart. Nothing says I love you like a photo, this is a great card I will send to the family from my daughter.
And inside the card will include this little gift of heart.
For instructions on how to make the heart gift visit http://www.marthastewart.com/272535/crayon-hearts?czone=holiday/valentine-center/valentine-cnt-gifts¢er=276967&gallery=274841&slide=189832
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