My kids love getting mail. It isn’t often that something comes addressed directly to them, and when that happens they get a little giddy. But let’s be honest: as soon as you can tell that something addressed to you isn’t just another request for your hard-earned money, don’t you get excited too? Real mail is just so fun!
For how much they love receiving mail, they aren’t very motivated to send much out. As much as I try, thank you notes are a lost art and keeping in touch with cousins and friends in other states may as well be like mailing the moon. My first problem is that I ask too much: make a card and then write something and then address the envelope. (And then I need to find stamps.)
Enter Post Pal Club. It’s a monthly service that sends you four creative, pre-stamped postcards for your child to send. I sent them a photo of my middle son and they used his face to personalize the post cards. In the kit that we received my son is an astronaut, a lion tamer, a magician, and an ice fisherman chilling with animals from both poles.
Post Pal Club makes it so easy. The cards are fun and engaging, and already stamped. All we need to do is write a message and address it.
Maybe thank you cards don’t have to be so hard. Maybe keeping in touch with the friends we left behind when we moved isn’t impossible. Maybe we can send the cousins birthday mail instead of texts to their parents’ phones. Maybe my kids can be givers of fun mail instead of receivers only.
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