I am sending thank you cards (from Alison, I will let her color on them) for Christmas presents that Alison received from out-of-state relatives. I have a friend IRL that states it is just silly to send a thank you card from Alison because she is too young to understand who the gift came from. I think that it is important to start the habit of sending thank you cards so that Alison learns to be gracious. What do you gals think?
I think you should definitely send the thank you cards. Parents know that little kids didn't do the card...but they also understand that you are grateful too
me and DH 09/06/05
Alicia Marie 07/06/08
David John Courtenay 14/10/09
DSDs Portia 2001 Lexi 1999 Cassondra 1989
I think it's great! I'm actually doing the same for Aiden's birthday and Christmas gifts (still need to mail them though. Oops.). I don't think it's silly. People will know that you're grateful too and they'll get a kick out of seeing the kid's coloring.
~Jackie, mommy to Aiden (11/2/10) and Zoe (VBAC 11/27/12)
I definitely agree that you should send them. We send them. I write the note and Jake "signs" his name.
Mommy to 2 amazing little boys!
Angel babies 6/9/07 & 11/16/07
I was working on them last night. Guess that answers that!