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Intentional Moment:

Lunchbox Letters

On a daily or weekly basis, send little reminders to your child that you are thinking about them, care about them, and love them! Slip notes, drawings, inside jokes into their lunches for a smile during the day.

Lunchbox Letters

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Write about the fun weekend you had or how proud you are of them in their last play or sporting event. Write a joke or draw a funny picture. Anything to let them know that you are thinking about them and to put a smile on their face. That could be the difference maker in their day!

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Affirmation, WritingNotes
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