Letter Writing Frequency

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Is writing to my correspondent child and sponsor child every 2 weeks-1 month too often? I don’t want to overwhelm them with letters but I certainly have the time and ability to write to them regulary!
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Kristin Dodd

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Michael Lee

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Too Funny, I just sent my 3rd letter this month to one of my kiddos. The "thank you for writing" email and an email for a new question "letter writing frequency" showed up in my inbox at the same time. I thought I was going to be told I was writing too much! I have decided to write my kiddos once a month. But with Easter, his birthday letter and response to his letter to me, I sent him 3 this month. I actually said in the letter I did not want to overwhelm him also. Too Funny!
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Hi, Michael and Kristin! This is a great question, and I'm happy I can answer it for both of you! You can, of course, write to your kiddos as often as you would like (as long as it's not more than once a day!); however, each child sits down to respond to sponsor letters every sixty days, so however many letters you write in a sixty-day period is how many letters they'll have to respond to when they sit to write you. :) Just something to keep in mind! Writing a lot is much better than not writing enough, though! Your letters mean more than you know!

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