What happened to the days when people used to send thank you notes? Not only are thank you notes a great way to acknowledge your love and thankfulness for a gift, they just make people feel special, too. My grandmother was a stickler for thank you notes and now, as an adult, I can see why they meant so much to her. There’s nothing worse than sending a gift to someone and never getting a thank you. I’ve even heard of people buying packs of thank you notes as gifts for people who didn’t ever send them. Talk about a slap in the face, right?
So, because my grandmother was a stickler for thank you notes, I was raised to write them. As tedious as they may seem, they are important and I understand that now. Even though my daughter is just two it’s important to me that she learns to write thank you notes, as well. We’ve started with pre-written thank you notes like these Pink Surfboard Thank You Notes from Amy Adele ($22.95/15 cards). Amy Adele has so much kids stationary to choose from so it was hard for us to decide on the perfect thank you notes.
We decided on the pre-written thank you notes because my daughter is only two and can’t write. We figured it would be easier to just fill in the gift giver’s name and be done with it. While pre-written invitations aren’t as personal as hand-written ones, it’s the gesture that means the most. If you or your child prefer to write your own thank you notes, I suggest you purchase the plain stationary of your choice from Amy Adele.
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If you aren’t a thank you note writer, I suggest you start. Think about all the times you gave a gift to someone and didn’t receive a thank you in return. It’s heartbreaking.
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