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Valentine's Day according to kids
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Kids are pretty honest and upfront about their feelings. So who better to ask about the meaning of Valentine's Day?

In this video, kids are asked a little about love. They are super adorable and open. One girl is adamant about her misspelling and pronunciation of "Valentime." Here's a little about "Valentime's Day," according to kids.

Who's Cupid?

  • "Cupid is that guy..."
  • "It's not a he. It's a she."
  • "And he looks like he's in a white diaper, but, yeah. He is. And he has, like, this arrow..."
Is Cupid stupid?

  • "Yes, he is. Seriously, shooting arrows and not shooting cupcakes? What was he thinking?"
Included in some of the chatter was "the color of love is red," along with mentions of chocolate, movies, romance and flowers. And, of course, girls can send Valentines, but they are not supposed to do all the work.

How do you show love? Is Valentine's Day a special day for you and your spouse? Regardless of how you celebrate your love for each other, just make sure you do! Men, women and children all need to love and be loved. Read these 20 little ways to show love.

To prepare for Valentine's Day, here are 10 ideas for husbands and they're great ideas for wives to try as well. Or here are some ideas to celebrate Valentine's Day as a family.

Even though we typically think of Valentine's Day as a day for couples, we should look at it more as a day to show love for those around us. Whether you're in a relationship or single, read these tips for surviving Valentine's Day.
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