Friday, April 9, 2010

Thank You's

I have strong feelings about "Thank You" cards.

Handwritten, in the mail, cards.

Currently, poor Sydney is living the brunt of my "thank you" passion...


11 comments:

THE BILLS FAMILY said...

Oh I also love a good thank you note! I send them constantly! There is just something about getting a letter, or anything in the mail really, and knowing that someone really thought about you and that they actually took time out of their day to do something for you feels great!!

Just SO said...

I need to be better at Thank you notes. I never have been good at it but I think they are awesome.

Katie said...

Wow. Props to you! I am horrible about Thank You cards. I never even sent them for my wedding, which I am pretty sure Nana still remembers :o)

xoxoKrysten said...

The only time I have ever sent a thank you note was for my wedding. I should get better at them!

lindsey said...

I am terrible about thank you cards. I got one to everyone who came to my baby shower, but haven't gotten the, out to anyone who brought a gift after. Lily has the same pjs.. I am curious what size they are. lily's feet don't fit in the 3t anymore.

Brianna! said...

I ADORE sending people cards.
Not just "Thank You" cards, but "Just cause" cards
I love them
and I loveeee making them with watercolor paper and painting them.
it adds such a from the heart touch!

& arent you just the cutest thing!!
xoxo
bB***

Joan said...

I know I'm starting to sound like "The Single White Female" (you know that movie, right?--ie: like I'm some freaky stalker that pretends to like everything you do) but Modern Family is my favorite show, I'm a huge Thank you note nazi, AND Muffin Top cereal is like eating doughnut cereal. LOVE the stuff! :)

M said...

I'm with you! The hand-written note is becoming a lost art, as is the thank you note. I think it's terrific that you're instilling this in your daughter.

Susan said...

I didn't used to be all about thank you cards. I was of the mindset that a verbal thank you would suffice. Then I got married and didn't send out thank you cards, and have lived with the guilt of not thanking everyone for the overwhelming support... So, now I hand write all thank you cards and make sure people know how much we appreciate them and their thoughtfulness.

I'm glad you're teaching your children the value of appreciating people! :)

Malea said...

Genius money-saving technique! Why buy cards when you can use white paper and make them unique with child labor!

MEREDITH said...

I am a Thank You note Junkie I send Thank You cards out for just about everything!!!! Great job at teaching her young.