Zack was the only one to handmake his, and a mom who happened to be in the class with me helping set up for the party made a snarky comment to another mom about "all that glitter everywhere". I just looked up and smiled and said, "Oh, that was us. Zack really enjoyed making them." What I really wanted to say was, "Yes, I know that glitter tends to get everywhere, and yes, my cats are still tracking it all over the house, but you should have seen my son smile as he made them, so back off." That, and few choice words that wouldn't have been appropriate in any setting, let alone in a Kindergarten classroom.
But I digress.
Valentines -- Zack is still going through his bag and reading each one, but he hasn't touched the candy:
Another thing to bring back the nostalgia -- remember these:
Necco message hearts. Yes, they are basically chalky little antacid hearts, but it's not Valentine's Day without these. However, trying to explain to Zack what "So Fine" and "Don't Tell" meant was as confusing as his pondering what XXOO meant and just WHY did they pick those letters? Why not HH and QQ?
Either way, hugs and kisses, everyone.