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Next to marrying the love of your life, having a baby is the most important thing that happens in a couples' life. You want to let everyone you know about it. The best way to let distant family and friends know about your new arrival is to send them baby postcards.
All you have to do is take pictures of your new baby and download them onto your computer. Then you go on line and pick out a company that specializes in making up baby postcards. When they arrive, just write a note on them and drop them in the mail. Nothing could be simpler.
Once you have established your account, you can continue to snap photos of your little miracle and continue to send updates as he or she grows. Grandparents will love these baby postcards, and will probably put them in a photo album so they can look back to see how their grandchildren progress as they grow.
Baby postcards are even great to just hand out to your friends at work. You can put information about your child on each one to tell them about the cute things your baby does. All of the aunts and uncles will also want some baby postcards to know that you care to let them know all about the life of their nephew or niece.
Some people like to take pictures of mommy while she is pregnant and make baby postcards of how she progresses all along from conception to delivery. These are also treasured post cards that go in memory books that the children can look at when they get all grown up.
These baby postcards aren't just for infants either. You can continue to take pictures as your child grows and gets involved in family activities. Not only that, you can get pictures of them as they get involved in school activities and put them on baby postcards as well.
Just imagine how unique your child's memory book will look with baby postcards showing them from birth (or even before birth) all the way to graduation from high school. You could even add baby postcards to the book when they get engaged to be married and when they are ready to start baby memory books of their very own.