Handing out Valentines or treats is the highlight of any child’s Valentine’s Day celebration and for this 8-year-old blind girl it was an extra special one.
“My daughter is blind and her grade 2 class is exchanging Valentines tomorrow,” he said. “She brailled ‘love’ on each one and then used a heart-shaped hole punch. The letters in print are so her classmates know what it says.”
He explained that the cards were created with the Perkins Brailler tool, and they say ‘love’ both in braille and in print so her classmates could read them.
The braille cards quickly became a viral hit with users commenting with overwhelmingly positive feedback. One user said, “You’re a pretty awesome parent.” AAnother commented, “As someone who is blind, you’re doing it right. I wish I had a daddy like you.”
This special little girl even typed personal notes to each classmate in braille. And her parents did the writing and stamping in print underneath.
What great parents this girl has! She is such a good inspiration for her second grade classmates!
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