A few months ago we signed up for Little Red Farm’s cultural exchange. We mailed packages of goodies and information representing California/USA to people from England, France, Nigeria, Australia and USA (East Coast), and in return we will receive a package from each of them.
In between all the holiday madness and sickness (Simon is slowly trying to recover from the stomach flu and an ear infection), I completely forgot to take pictures of the packages that we sent – oops! They included a USA map jigsaw puzzle, postcards from northern California, California state information and coloring pages, eagle and flag stickers and die cut shapes, crazy straws (just because my boys can’t get enough of them!), lip balm in patriotic packaging, pencils and a few sweets. Each box was slightly varied to suit the number of children in the family. We can’t wait for the recipients to get their packages!
The first package that we received was from a sweet family in South Carolina who shared some of their local customs and traditions with us.
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