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Fox News Guest Opposes Valentine's Day Cards for All Kids (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Blogger Elizabeth Esther told "Fox & Friends" this morning that schools should not force children to give every child in their class a Valentine’s Day card to prevent hurt feelings.

Mommyish.com reports that a New Jersey elementary school recently said that children had to bring Valentine's cards for each classmate.

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“Valentine’s Day is about expressing your unique heartfelt feelings for your special loved one,” Esther told "Fox & Friends" host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, notes RawStory.com (video below).

“You can’t make life 100 percent fair,” stated Esther. “Why not let them experience a little of that, like, ‘Wow, okay,’ while they’re young and the stakes are low rather when they’re 20 years old and they’re still expecting everyone to give them a Valentines.”

However, Jessica Gottlieb, a parenting expert, said the universal cards help kids from feeling isolated.

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Gottlieb recalled that her mother was a teacher and supports the policy.

“Believe me, [kids] experience plenty of rejection day in and day out,” Gottlieb claimed. “There’s absolutely no reason to be excluding them.”

Sources: RawStory.com and Mommyish.com