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Record a letter to your child's future self

Updated: Jul 25, 2023

As a parent, you want to give your child the best possible journey through life. One way to do this is by writing a letter to your child for their future self. But rather than just writing a letter, why not record your voice too? This letter and recording will serve as a powerful reminder of your love and support for your child, and can help them navigate the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

Here are some tips for writing and recording a meaningful letter for your child's future self:

  1. Write from the heart: When writing the letter, speak from the heart. Let your child know how much they mean to you and how proud you are of them.

  2. Share your hopes and dreams: Write about your hopes and dreams for your child's future. Share your support and confidence for them for what you believe they can achieve and encourage them to pursue their passions.

  3. Offer words of wisdom: Share any wisdom or advice that you've gained from your own experiences. Let your child know that you're always there for them and that they can come to you for guidance.

  4. Talk about family traditions: Share family traditions and stories that have been passed down through generations. This will help your child feel connected to their family history and values.

  5. Record, Seal and store: Once you've finished writing the letter, record yourself reading it. Your voice is part of who you are and it is important to preserve. Seal the letter in an envelope and store it in a safe place. Make sure your child knows where to find it when they're ready to read it. Our Memory Boxes are perfect for preserving your voice.

Writing a letter and recording your voice for your child's future self is a wonderful way to show them how much you love and care for them. It can also serve as a source of inspiration and guidance as they navigate their own journey in life. So, take some time to sit down and write and record a letter to your child. It's a gift they'll cherish for years to come.


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