If, like us, you have the best of intentions when it comes to teaching your children the value of sending thank-you notes, but, like us, you tend to fall down on execution, this creative idea from Amy at Doubleh-Vay is both personal and easy.
Amy's directions are straightforward:
1. Take a photo of child with gift. 2. Ask the child how the gift makes them feel. 3. Write that sentiment on the blackboard along with thank you. 4. Print photo and include with simple handwritten child signature or scribble scrabble.
Read Amy's full post on Doubleh-Vay. (We especially love the dream job she says she'd love to have someday: driving around the country in an Airstream and teaching people the lost art of handwriting love letters.)