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A baby won’t remember his or her first Christmas, but it’s definitely a milestone for the parents. Babies are involved in the tradition for the first time and often take over the show with their adorable presence. Families and friends love shopping for a baby’s first Christmas, and every aspect of the holiday often seems so much sweeter. This Christmas celebrate both the season and your new baby by sending out Christmas cards that honor this new member of your family.
Shutterfly has holiday cards geared toward celebrating a new arrival. These cards have traditional holiday elements, such as snowflakes, holly and seasons’ greetings; however, these cards also have space for the baby’s birth statistics, such as weight, height and the date of birth, and ample space for photos. Even if you don’t normally send out Christmas cards, everyone will love seeing pictures of your new baby, and they’ll likely display the cards in a prominent location. Aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents love to “ooh” and “aah” over new members of the family, even from afar.
Another benefit of sending out holiday birth announcements is the possibility of additional gifts. Expenses quickly add up when taking care of a new baby, from diapers to extra laundry. Even if you think you might have everything you need, chances are there are items that haven’t yet made your list. Getting support from family and friends can help you get through this difficult financial time. You’ll love seeing what others have picked out just for your child.
Once you receive your special gift, don’t forget to send out baby themed thank you cards. This small token of appreciation often means a lot to the gift giver. This year, as you hang ornaments from your tree, spend time with your family and gather by the fireplace, don’t forget take some time to send a cozy card for your sweet bundle of joy. After all, a first Christmas only comes once in a lifetime!