Have you ever thought how to write a thank you card? We have some hilarious thank you cards and a tutorial on how to write thank you cards for your kids.
My son just celebrated his third birthday. It just seems like yesterday I was muffling the sound of his newborn cries in my hospital room because I didn’t tell any of my clients I was having a baby. Time is flying by. He is growing into a sweet young man and I am turning into an old woman with emotional problems.
I threw a pirate themed party for more kids than I could count. After the guests had left we opened the mountain of presents left behind. I am a stickler for writing thank you notes. Since my kids are all so young they can’t exactly write their own cards. They need their mom to provide the content so they can sign it, stamp it, and place it in the mailbox. Much like our annual Christmas card I like to make our cards something to remember. I highly recommend this strategy and it might give them something to laugh about once they can realize what they have really signed.
Aunt Meggie, Sydney, and William,
Thank you for my Chuggington train set. Mom says she almost tripped on it this morning. Something about “thank God I don’t have implants because this place would be an even bigger mess.” I love it and I could sit in my room all day putting it together. It’s surprising how excited I get about putting together plastic rails. Beats listening to the Frozen soundtrack and being forced to wear a tiara.
Thank you for the bow tie. You should know I will be wearing it in the family Christmas card this year. I was concerned I might look like I live in a retirement home, but the polka dots take things up a notch. You busy next week? I’d love to take you out for a shake. I could have my mom pick you up. Heads up: she makes us listen to Howard Stern in the car.
Charlie and Cricket,
I am flipping out over my tooth fairy pillow. How much cash can you get from a chomper? Are we talking quarters or dollar bills? If I am going to allow teeth to fall out of my mouth I should get paid well, right? Can I put it towards a balloon at South Coast Plaza or a down payment on a battery charged car? Although I’d love to score a plastic tiara from Claire’s Boutique. All I am saying is you have just provided a gateway to my parent’s wallets. For this I thank you.
Love your faces,
Elle and Lila,
Holy skeeball. Are you serious? The denim dress and white onesie are gorgeous. Thanks, m’ladies. Let’s do a playdate and pick up some dudes at the park. Clean dudes, though. No one that doesn’t bathe on a regular basis. We’ve got standards.