I think Thank You cards are an incredibly important thing. I was raised sending Thank You cards for every gift I received. Sadly, over the past year, I have fallen short on the Thank You cards. It makes me sad and I really want to get back on track with them. I also want to make sure our boys are raised knowing the importance of not only saying "Thank You" but also taking the time to write Thank You cards. I have seen (and received a few) fill-in-the-blank Thank You cards for kids and thought they were a great idea for starting this habit for kids. Since Robby obviously cannot write or even scribble on a piece of paper to express his gratitude to everyone who gave him a birthday present, I wanted to come up with a way to incorporate him in the card, even though I would be the one filling them out. So, I decided to make my own fill-in-the-blank Thank You cards with his handprint!
I got this big stamp pad at Michael's and got his handprint on a piece of paper (much easier said than done, let me tell you!)
Here's the finished product: