04 February 2011

Focus on the Valentine-making process, not the result

Deconstructed Valentines

via tinkerlab.com

Rachelle of Tinker Lab tells a wonderful story about her plan to make Valentines with her preschooler:

Any vision I had of frilly Valentines with heartfelt messages was quickly replaced with one of hearts, cut into smithereens. A bazillion little fragments of love, splintered all over the table.

A sweet reminder that the process is what matters most. Read the full post at Tinker Lab to find out how it all turned out.

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