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  1. Ramblings from Canada

    Awww that was just too cute! Your photos of Caleb returning home are too funny and adorable. What a funny and charming kid! I hope he grows up to love snail mail and pens like we do 🙂 I have a feeling he will, with such great exposure to these hobbies at such a young age. Thanks for sharing your Wonder Pens adventures with us 🙂

    • wonderpens

      I really do hope he will enjoy snail mail, or at the very least, appreciate and understand the importance of handwritten thank you notes. He is certainly a sight at the post office – I usually give him the letters from the aisles and watch him as he drops them off, and customers in line at the post office are always curious about this little boy wandering up to the mailbox! 🙂

  2. S.

    Awwww, this is so sweet. I sometimes think I ought to have a blog, if only to force me to snap lots of adorable photos of my son R., because I can barely remember to take one or two each month.

    I totally agree about sharing letter writing and snail mail with our little ones. I have just this month joined PostCrossing specifically so I can begin collecting cards (and their accompanying stamps) from around the world for him. There’s something unique about seeing another human’s hand-writing; holding a piece of cardboard that’s travelled half-way across the world; wondering what on earth possessed a person to buy this specific image 🙂

    • wonderpens

      You should! The blog has been a good reason and also an excuse to take photos of Caleb and to remember to write down things. I have actually many, many photos of Caleb, but writing around an idea or an event is nice to look back onto. Even now, it’s nice to look back on old blog posts and see how much Caleb + our shop has grown and changed.

      I have heard a lot about PostCrossing! I have a few pen pals who I’m usually already late responding to, so I think I’ll have to wait until I have better time management skills! I am really hoping Caleb will pick up on the love of snail mail, so I may just have to join 🙂

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