54 thoughts on “Letters to Littles

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  35. hi wonderfull idea! i am writting, however, because i am completly distracted by yr badge. that boat has the faroese flag on it! complete with backround mountains..
    i birthed my son there. i crave those islands so..~
    on the off chance that you are from there, i have to say i wish we met-cause tho i love the islands, i find the general parenting skill..not-em..on my wavelength… :)

    • Thank you for commenting, Annika. I am not from there, but it is a place I dream of going-part of the reason the image speaks to me so-the vision of hopeful future for our lives (and/or the lives of our children)

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  39. I love this idea! I will have to think about how public I want the letters to be, but count me in. My 10 yo daughter and I just started writing a journal back and forth. :)

    • Thanks, Amy. Another option that some of the participants are doing is making their posts about their kids password protected with something that only their family and friends would know. That way they still get to share even if they’re concerned about privacy. I hope you have fun with it and please feel free to let me know how it goes.

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    • Whenever you want. I’ll update the link list on this page with participants and feel free to link up to my monthly post, if you wish. I’m planning on the last week of the month for mine so I can look back over the month in my letter

I love comments and try to reply to each one. I look forward to connecting with you. Namaste

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