Snail Mail

When my kids were little, they loved to check the mailbox to see if there were any letters for them. The mail affectionately known as snail mail may be relatively slow, but it’s an effective and tangible tool that we grandparents can use to stay in touch with our grandkids.

Everyone loves to get something personal in the mail and grandkids are no exception. Let your grandkids know that you’re thinking about them by sending letters, postcards, small gifts or money . Anything can be sent through the post office. A regular postcard from grandma or grandpa is an inexpensive and effective way to stay connected.

Join us for two inspiring days at the Legacy Grandparenting Summit, October 20th and 21st.

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