Jane got a special card yesterday -- from the White House. I know it's just a mass message that they send, and somewhere an intern's job is to hand address responses to these requests and slip in the printed cards. It's still cool, and I think I will frame the card. The envelope (which I almost posted a picture of until I realized that it includes her full name and address ... d'oh) is a little grungy. Thanks USPS. :)
Want to get your own card from the White House greetings office? These are the instructions I followed (I did the snail mail route):
Once your baby is born, mail your request to:
White House Greetings Office
Washington, DC 20500
Alternatively, you can fax your request to 202-456-2461. Include the following information in your request:
* Name and address of the baby
* Exact date of birth
* Your (requestor) name and daytime phone number
* Both parents' names
* Any additional mailing instructions (if other than baby’s residence)
They'll send greetings for other things too. And I think it's v. weird that there's no online form option. Because who uses a fax machine these days?
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