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Funny Candy Conversation Hearts For Toddlers

Valentine’s day is just two weeks from now — what better way to express your deepest sentiment to your toddler than through these funny conversation hearts!

What message would you include if you could make a special conversation heart for your little darling?

Check out this gallery of hilarious candy conversation hearts for toddlers!

  • Take A Nap 1 of 11
    Take A Nap
    Seriously, just stop, and take a nap.
  • Don’t Choke On This 2 of 11
    Don't Choke On This
    Please don't make me regret giving you a small, rock-hard piece of candy. Chew it up. Keep chewing!
  • You Are Lucky To Be So Cute 3 of 11
    You Are Lucky To Be So Cute
    It really is a good thing toddlers are so darn adorable, hard to tell what might happen otherwise!
  • Hug Me… Until You Are 30 4 of 11
    Hug Me... Until You Are 30
    Please? You aren't ever going to stop hugging me... right?
  • It’s VALENTINE not VALENTIME 5 of 11
    You get a pass, because you are 2-years-old, just please don't be one of those people who still mispronounce it age 30. Please.

    Contributed by Mom Spark
  • Kids Who Pee In The Potty Get Candy 6 of 11
    Kids Who Pee In The Potty Get Candy
    Pee in the potty and you will be showered with treasures that include candy and Hotwheels.
  • Every Color Tastes The Same – Just Eat It! 7 of 11
    Every Color Tastes The Same - Just Eat It!
    Trust me, they all taste just like chalk.
  • Goes In Mouth – Not Nostril, Or Ear. Thanks. 8 of 11
    Goes In Mouth - Not Nostril, Or Ear. Thanks.
    It also doesn't go down the floor register, or in the cat's butt.
  • Hope This Doesn’t Ruin Dinner 9 of 11
    Hope This Doesn't Ruin Dinner
    Who am I kidding?
  • Tastes Better Than Dirt 10 of 11
    Tastes Better Than Dirt
    But, only slightly.

    Contributed by Mom Spark
  • One Means ONE 11 of 11
    One Means ONE
    And I shouldn't even have given you that one!

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