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Keeping the Art of Handwritten Communication Alive

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A handwritten note expresses things in a way that texts and tweets just can't. Especially now, when kids and adults alike seem to be glued to their smartphones at all times, it's always nice when a child takes the time to actually put pen to paper.

  • Well, maybe it's not always nice.

    Via: cupofzup
  • Sometimes the sentiment is there, but execution errors obscure the message.

    Via: LOLDamn
  • In these instances, proper spelling is vital.

    Via: Pleated Jeans
  • At times it's hard to tell what the sentiment is at all.

  • Your child's notes may invoke mixed emotions.

    Via: reddit
  • Either intentionally...

  • ...or not.

  • Other notes are for purely informational purposes.

  • And by "purely informational purposes," I mean "warnings."

  • Since your children learn about written communication from you, set an example by leaving notes in their lunches.

    Via: magicconchshell
  • The notes don't have to be elaborate.

    Via: Smosh
  • Persist, even if your kids protest.

    Via: Pleated-Jeans
  • Leave notes around the house, too.

  • Add a follow-up if necessary.

    Via: mizzymidday
  • Jazz up your notes with some doodles.

    Via: turnidoff
  • If you leave enough notes, your kids may think they've learned enough to effectively imitate you.

    They'll probably be wrong.
  • It may take a while for your kids to develop an appreciation of the written word.

  • Some kids will resist the whole way.

  • But when your hard work pays off...

    Via: 22 Words
  • ...it'll be worth it.

    Via: pbb1nene
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