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14 Perfect Valentine's Gifts for Everyone in Your Family

By joslyngray |

Leftover from a teddy bear autopsy, or perfect Valentine's Day gift? Both.

Candy, flowers, and jewelry will never go out of style, but if you’re looking for something fresh and awesome to give this year, here are 14 perfectly awesome Valentine’s Day presents for everyone you know.

I mean, I wouldn’t recommend proposing to anyone with any of these (although the Lego heart box might be a great place to put a ring), but for the rest of us, these clever gifts may be just the thing. Plus, I am 100 percent sure my kids are going to get enough candy at their school parties, so I don’t feel the need to ply them with overpriced chocolates at home.

Bonus: With prices ranging from $3 to $35, none of these will break the bank.

The days are ticking by to Valentine’s Day. Are you ready?


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14 Perfect Valentine's Gifts for Everyone in Your Family

For the health-conscious: chocolate molecule T-shirt

Chocolate is always an appropriate gift, especially when it's in calorie-free T-shirt form. This is a great gift for the sweetie in your family who's just had gastric bypass surgery, and/or the proud science geek.
Chocolate molecule shirt from ThinkGeek, $19.99

Read more from Joslyn at her blog stark. raving. mad. mommy.
Follow her on Facebook and Twitter for even more funny.


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Joslyn Gray is the mother of four children with a variety of challenges ranging from allergies to ADHD to Asperger Syndrome. She writes candidly and comedically about this and her generally hectic life on her light-hearted personal blog, stark. raving. mad. mommy.. Read bio and latest posts → Read joslyngray's latest posts →

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