— Mashable (@mashable) February 11, 2016
It's customary for children in elementary school to hand out cards to classmates on Valentine's Day.
One blind little girl's touching twist in this holiday tradition, however, is quickly going viral.
Reddit user mack3r shared a photo of his daughter's heart-shaped Valentine's Day cards, which she gave to her fellow second-graders.
He explained that the cards, which were created with the Perkins Brailler tool, say "love" both in braille and in print so her classmates could read them.
The reaction to these unique Valentine's Day cards was overwhelmingly positive.
"You're a pretty awesome parent," one user said.
Another commented, "As someone who is blind, you're doing it right. I wish I had a daddy like you."
Read more on this heartwarming story, here.