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Sunday, June 22, 2008

Mommy Cards...new!

















Ok, the hot new thing that all hip moms have is...Mommy Cards or 411 cards.

Whatever you want to call them, they are new and really make your life easier!

Have you ever been out anywhere with your kids and as you are waiting on them to put on their shoes, quit playing around, etc. you start talking to another parent? By the end of the conversation you realize that you have a lot in common and you would like to talk to them more when you have the time. You reach in your purse for a pen and paper to write down their name and number but it is buried under everything else and the kids are pulling you toward the car because now they are ready to go. You end up writing your name and number down on a scrap piece of an old receipt with a crayon. With Mommy Cards you don't need to dig around your purse looking for something to write on, instead you just hand them one of your personalized cards and you're ready to go!
Mommy cards are an excellent idea for moms on the go with their children. The mommy cards displays your name, your child’s name in case you are only identified by being Andrew’s mom, and your phone number and email. Mommy cards are great for working mom’s or stay at home moms. Mommy cards help you get in touch with the adult world when you have children. Moms are not the only one to enjoy the mommy cards. Grandparents can have them too, especially if they are a large part of the children’s lives.

There are several places that you may meet another parent. Some of these places include:

- Grocery store
- Park
- Pool/Beach
- School activities
- Church activities
- Community events
- Pediatricians/Dr. office
- Gym - adult or kids gym
- ANYWHERE you are out and about
Hand your Mommy Cards out to:
1. New moms you meet and want play dates with
2. Contact info for Babysitter
3. Neighbors
4. Existing friends (the cards are just too adorable not to share)
5. Put in holiday cards, birthday cards, thank you cards and more
6. When dropping off your child at someone’s house for a play date or birthday party
7. If your child is lost you can give out the card with their picture on it to help find them
8. Keep one in your suitcase or diaper bag in case it gets lost

And I'm sure you can come up with many more ideas once you have these little gems handy.

Here's a sneak peek for you. They are double-sided, business card size and will be printed on cardstock. As soon as I get them on my website, pricing will be available. I just couldn't wait to share them with you!








1 comment:

Jamie Schultz said...

These look great Jennifer!!

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