The last few days of our 30 Days of Kindness haven’t required much explanation (buy someone a cup of coffee, write a letter to someone you haven’t seen in a while, take 15 minutes for yourself). But today’s idea is to send someone a heart-gram. We figured that could use a little description.

Who says heart-shaped notes are just for Valentine’s Day? Sending someone a heart-gram is basically old school valentines. You could…

Get out the construction paper, glue, glitter, and – oh hey now – paper doilies (do they still make those?) and start crafting. This will definitely keep the kids busy for a bit! 

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You could send a heart-shaped print from Framebridge. (We know. We’ve talked about them twice this week. But we’re just so darn excited the Heartstagram is back for a bit!) Can you believe it’s been a year since BabyM was that little?

You could send an electronic card through RedStamp. They have a free app and an interactive website where you can personalize and send cards online for free. Or for a few dollars, they’ll print the card and snail mail for you. 

And then there is the techy standby. Hello, heart emoji in a text message.

Basically, make today an early Valentine’s Day and send someone a little love! 

30 Days of Kindness: Day 4

A little bit about day 4 of our countdown to #LittleLionChallenge Day! 🙂

Posted by (cool) progeny on Saturday, January 16, 2016