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Today our guest poster is Ashley. She is sharing with us her new way of thanking friends and family for their thoughtful baby gifts.
Before and after the arrival of our little girl we were overwhelmed with the incredible generosity of our family and friends. We were so fortunate to have received such beautiful gifts to welcome our new addition in to the world. Upon receiving the gifts we made sure to add all of the items into a notebook so that we could record the gifts that people gave us. This was helpful both for writing thank you cards and also to keep as a reference so that we could look back and remember who gave us what.
My Magic Trick…
On the inside of each article of clothing, I wrote the person’s name who gave us the article of clothing. Now, each outfit that was given to us as a gift has a name on the inside tag. When our daughter wears an outfit that was given to her we are sure to take a picture and send it as a thank you to the person who gave it to us.
Also, if we are going to be seeing those people, I’m sure to dress her in the outfit that they gave her so that they can see it on her. Having the names right inside the clothes, makes this easy. I don’t know about you, but If I buy clothes for someone’s baby, I love to see how the outfit looks on them, so this was a handy little way for me to stay organized.
Show The Love On Facebook…
Another option that you can use to thank people for a sweet baby gift is to add the picture of the baby in her “gift” to your Facebook photo album and tag that person in the picture so that everyone can see the beautiful gift that they gave you.
Ashley is a full time stay-at-home mom who blogs on her daily life at Thank You For the Smiles. Every night when her husband got home from work, their daughter would look up at him with the biggest smile and he would say “thank you for the smiles”. It was so heart-warming that she decided it was the perfect name for her blog. You can also find her sharing on Twitter and Facebook.
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