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4 Unique Ways to Say I Love You This Valentine’s Day

Kids give each other the obligatory Valentine’s cards each year. Often, parents get their little ones something special to commemorate the day, too, like a stuffed animal or sweet treat. But if you want to say “I love you,” in a way that’s a bit off the beaten path, we’ve put together 4 super cute and thoughtful ways to say I love you:

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Where the Wild Things Are Poster – $37: So, maybe your little one won’t appreciate this until he or she is older but that’s okay. The poster features the outline of one of the “wild things” with the quote, “I’ll eat you up I love you so.” Now you can display this lovely sentiment from the childhood classic on your kid’s bedroom wall.

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Heart and Arrows Shirt – $25: You don’t see very many Valentine’s Day gifts for little boys, that’s why this one caught our attention right away. This long-sleeved shirt features a large red heart with crossed black arrows beneath it. It’s definitely in keeping with the holiday but it’s not pink and over-the-top feminine.

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Woodland Animal Valentine Tags – $36.75: So, yes these are for giving to your kid’s classmates but they are just so cute we couldn’t help but include them here. Rather than gifting pre-printed Valentine cards that everyone just ends up throwing away, your child can give these wood tags with animals stamped on them. They’re made from salvaged wood and are a true keepsake.

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Conversation Heart Crayons – $8.95: If you want to keep your child away from the sweets this Valentine’s Day, this set of five crayons will allow you to keep the candy heart tradition alive without sacrificing health. These colorful crayons are handmade and feature common candy heart sayings like XOXO and True Love.

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