In case there was any doubt that my kids really are sweet and wonderful

My mom brought the kids some fun, adorable handmade Valentine cards, along with some candy hearts. My brother Tracy came, too, and Rose wanted him to read her candy hearts to her. He told her that his price for reading the hearts would be that if there was a letter “P” on any of them, he would get to eat them. None of them had the letter “P,” so Rose got to keep all of them. A couple minutes of later, she brought him these (scroll down for the image):
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9 Responses to In case there was any doubt that my kids really are sweet and wonderful

  1. OK, this totally needs to be in Chicken Soup for the soul. Seriously, so sweet.

  2. Annette says:

    That is beyond sweet.

  3. Sarah Nielsen says:

    That is so adorable!!

  4. brooke says:

    awwwww… (i actually said that. out loud.)

    very, very sweet.

  5. Melanie J says:

    Oh, my goodness, she’s way sweeter than the candy, even. What a doll.

  6. Thora says:

    I have to echo every other comment, “Aww.”

  7. OhSusanna says:

    I said all of those things out loud as well.

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