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Remember the days when you were excited to get a note slipped to you in class?
Fast forward a few years later and receiving the nicest thank you note in the mail – or a sweet postcard from a loved one.
Fast forward to today.
When greetings and thank you’s come in the form of a vibrate or ring on your phone.
When snail mail has dwindled down to wedding invites, and baby showers. These days it’s not uncommon to get a birthday invite through an email. Not to say anything is wrong with that, because convenience really is key now-a-days.
I just want my kids to understand that the easy way does not measure up to being the thoughtful way.
How do I instill this into my kids?
Well – I’ve started by showing them the excitement in receiving mail.
We have used a few subscriptions in the past – and still do – and the kids just love seeing what mom and dad have coming in the mail. So, when I came across Little Passports , not only was I angry I did not come up with this idea first – I was thrilled to see how affordable and amazing of a product this would be for my boys!
Little Passports is a darling concept of two friends Sam + Sofia that travel the world or the USA and send back “explorer kits” to your little ones! There are two options, the World Edition and USA Edition (you can pick one or both) each box is filled with things to teach your kids about that country or state that Sam + Sofia visited. What could be better than your child being able to learn about the world right in their own home? To broaden their knowledge of different cultures and learn fun facts!
With the holidays right around the corner, Little Passports would be a great gift to give – whether it be for your grandchildren, nieces or nephews or your own little ones. Even for a birthday party gift – giving a child something to look forward to after all of the birthday present hype goes away! Personally, I think this is the perfect surprise to give to my boys at any time of year. Nothing beats quiet time when they are completely engaged in a new project! The gift that keeps giving month after month!
I look forward to the boys opening up their first box and diving into a totally educational experience. Helping to make learning fun for them and receiving a new country or state to learn about each month will keep the excitement rolling!
I am completely smitten with this concept and cannot wait for our boys to go on their first adventure!