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Intentional Moment:

Letters to My Son

Write personal, prompted letters to your son. Can be for any age or stage of life. Share favorite memories, personal hopes, or best wishes! Date when sealed and when it should be opened.

Letters to My Son

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Share memories, love, and words of wisdom with a son of any age.

Write now. Read later. Treasure forever: Letters to My Son will inspire you remind your son how important he is to you and your family. The 12, fold-and-mail-style envelopes invite moms and dads to share their favorite memories and hopes for a bright future for their son. Seal your letters with the included stickers, postdate, and gift this book to your remarkable son. When he opens the letters in the future, he will receive an invaluable gift: a tangible reflection of his parents' love.

Each letter is printed with a unique prompt like "In the future, I hope we.," "I love that our family.," "I'm proud of you because.," and "I love being your parent because.," plus two blank letters to write your own.

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Memories, WritingNotes
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