Love doesn't have to be seen to be felt.
And no one knows that better than a father of a blind second grader. Reddit user Mack3r shared a photo of his 8-year-old daughter's homemade Valentines, and they are the definition of heartwarming. They are heart-shaped creations that have the word "love" written on them in all caps, along with the braille translation of "love" right above the word. The proud dad said his little girl created the hearts using a a Perkins Brailler, a typewriter-like tool that punches in the braille dots. And he helped her with the words in print, so her classmates could understand the message.
Feel the love for yourself in the adorable photo below.