Mama Miller Parenting

Passionate parenting and homemaking.

Post Card Exchange!

on August 13, 2013

The other day I was checking the mail and K asked me if he had any letters. I handed him a Great Clips ad…

K: It’s a haircut letter! It says, “Dear K, I hope you get a Luke Skywalker haircut. Love, Nana”

I posted this story on my Facebook and Valerie at Atlantamomofthree offered to send him a post card as part of her post card exchange.


He was very excited.


Pretty Georgia post card

He thought it was so neat to get a letter of his own. He helped me pick out one to send back to her son.


We actually bought several fun Texas post cards!

Here is where you come in…

I’d like to try to collect one post card from each state over this year. I plan to make a binder with all the post cards and some printed info on the country/state where they are from. I think it will be a fun geography lesson for K and a great way to teach him to pray for other families. I want to get one from each state in the US and as many countries as we can.

If you have a little one and would like to participate in this exchange e-mail me at and we will send you or your child a fun Texas post card! All we ask is that you return the favor and send one back!

Mama Miller (Cori)

28 responses to “Post Card Exchange!

  1. cheddarpuff says:

    Can I send him one even if I don’t have a little one? I can get some pretty neat San Francisco and Sacramento ones… 🙂

  2. mummyshymz says:

    Would your son like one from Singapore (we’re in Asia)? 🙂

  3. Would love to send one from Australia – I have a little boy (2 years old).

  4. Would you send a postcard to my son? We are in the Philippines 🙂

  5. […] you’d like to be a part of out exchange, please e-mail me at: […]

  6. Valerie says:

    I’m so glad he liked it! I have really enjoyed exchanging postcards this year and I know you will too! 😀
    Btw, several people have asked about having a group exchange and I will be starting one next month if you want to join in (more info to come on Sept 2nd!) 😉

  7. A Wee Nest says:

    I don’t know if you have one coming from Vancouver, B.C., Canada yet, but I would love to participate! No need to send one back as Birdie is too young, but I’m definitely going to keep this idea in mind for when she IS old enough!

  8. […] in on another postcard exchange with Cori’s 4 yr old son. P.S. She is also looking for guest posters to share their birth […]

  9. […] This awesome postcard came from the four year old son of my friend, Cori, of Mama Miller Parenting all the way from Texas! He enjoys mail and would love to exchange postcards with YOU too – check out her post here. […]

  10. linbritt says:

    My kids would love to join in. We are in Melbourne Australia, so hopefully you don’t have one coming from here yet! I’ll email you now 🙂

  11. […] what we got in the mail! The postcard from K all the way from Fort Worth […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


Real. Life. Storytelling.

Nontoxic Megan

Living a healthy life (the best way I can)


What I See

Stuff Kids Write

Like stuff adults write. But funnier.

Louis and Mel

Let's have some pun.

mummy flying solo

...murmurs from the depths of my world

Baking in a Tornado

Passionate parenting and homemaking.

Dates 2 Diapers

Passionate parenting and homemaking.

The Three Bears

Life as I know it...

Thirty-Four Million Moments

Everything from motherhood to love...and anything else that comes to mind.

Making Memories in The Chaos.

A family and lifestyle blog by a SAHM in Northern Ireland.

Máthair Fiona

Be thankful. Give thanks. Live thankfully.

The Tabletop Vector

A convergence of tabletop gaming, music, and geek culture.

Chronicles of the Deranged

Passionate parenting and homemaking.

What the Mom

Real tips from a mom of 4

%d bloggers like this: