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Why I Still Make My Kids Write Thank You Cards

Thank you. They're just two words, but they mean a lot. Sure you may say them from time to time. Hopefully, you teach your kids to say them too. But, when was the last time you sat down and wrote a thank you card to someone whether it was for a gift or something nice they did? Better yet, have you ever made your kids write or sign a thank you card? I can hear the crickets as you read this.
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