5 Thanksgiving ECards to Send to Your Loved ones

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and as we get ready for a delicious feast, parades and football watching, now is a great time to remind our family and friends how much we love them. Whether you’ll be seeing them at the holiday dinner table or they live many miles away, here are 5 Thanksgiving eCards to send your loved ones to show them you care.  From the hilarious to the heartfelt, here are some of our favorites:

1. Thanksgiving Magic Across The Miles

5 Thanksgiving ECards to Send to Your Loved ones

5 Thanksgiving ECards to Send to Your Loved ones

One of 3 new Thanksgiving eCards, this charming greeting will send goodwill, love and a bit of magic to your family and friends, courtesy of our favorite holiday fairy.

2. First Black Friday

5 Thanksgiving ECards to Send to Your Loved ones

5 Thanksgiving ECards to Send to Your Loved ones

Ever wonder how the tradition of Black Friday got started? This adorable and funny Thanksgiving eCard takes you and your loved ones on a beautiful journey through a New England forest to show you just how the Pilgrims and Native Americans celebrated the biggest shopping day of the year.

3. Thanksgiving Selfies

5 Thanksgiving ECards to Send to Your Loved ones

5 Thanksgiving ECards to Send to Your Loved ones

These days it seems like everyone is taking selfies, from grandma to your little niece. This Thanksgiving, send your loved ones a smile and a laugh with this silly new Thanksgiving eCard.

4. Turkey Escape

Everyone is excited about Thanksgiving dinner, everyone but the turkey! Share this hilarious eCard with your loved ones to see how this turkey makes his great escape for the holiday.

5. Thanksgiving Golden RetrieversThese adorable dogs can’t wait to celebrate Thanksgiving! Watch as they discover all sorts of fun surprises around the beautiful fall scenery and let your friends and family know how much you miss them this holiday season.
We absolutely love Thanksgiving at Doozy Cards, and can’t wait to celebrate with our loved ones. What are some of the things that you’re most grateful for this year? Let us know in the comment section below.

How to Help Your Kids be Grateful and Appreciative

How to Help Your Kids be Grateful and Appreciative

How to Help Your Kids be Grateful and Appreciative

The holiday season is one of the times we talk to our kids* about the importance of being thankful for all the wonderful things in their lives. From happiness and health, to family and friends, learning to be grateful for life’s gifts is a powerful lesson that will benefit them years to come. To offer you a bit of guidance from things we’ve found useful, here are some of our suggestions on how to help your kids be grateful and appreciative. Continue reading

How to Help Your Kids be Grateful and Appreciative

How to Help Your Kids be Grateful and Appreciative

How to Help Your Kids be Grateful and Appreciative

The holiday season is one of the times we talk to our kids* about the importance of being thankful for all the wonderful things in their lives. From happiness and health, to family and friends, learning to be grateful for life’s gifts is a powerful lesson that will benefit them years to come. To offer you a bit of guidance from things we’ve found useful, here are some of our suggestions on how to help your kids be grateful and appreciative.

  • Incorporate gratefulness into the daily routine – Weaving appreciation into normal, everyday conversation can help build a lifelong foundation. Saying “please” and “thank you” are of course important, but you can also reinforce the attitude by having a special part of the day, maybe at dinnertime or bedtime, where you talk about all of the good things that happened during the day and what they’re grateful for. We have found focusing on gratitude is a saving grace when things are down and dark, especially. In our family, it’s like the oil that makes the engine of life run smoothly.
  • Have kids help out with chores – They may not be thrilled about the idea and the tasks might take a little longer, but having the kids help out with household chores like clearing the table, feeding the pets or raking leaves, teaches them to appreciate the effort that these activities require and how to feel good about taking responsibility for their own family and home.
  • Practice saying no – While the gift-giving season and potential meltdowns can make this one a tough lesson to practice, saying no to constant demands for toys can help teach children to be grateful for the gifts they do receive and to not take for granted that they get everything they ask for.
  • Participate in goodwill activities together – While volunteering is a great way to develop gratefulness, you don’t have to take your kids to a soup kitchen every week. Practice small gestures of goodwill together, like making cookies for a sick neighbor, that will demonstrate how kind gestures benefit others. When he was in grade school, we took our son, Otis, on rounds delivering Meals on Wheels and it really opened his sense of compassion for people.
  • Write thank you notes together – Make sending thank you notes and thoughtful e-cards to friends and loved ones a part of your family’s regular routine. The act of writing a thank you note can help kids feel more grateful for the gifts they’re given. We try to teach our kids that this is a tool for making loving family relationships over time.

Keep in mind that learning to be grateful and appreciative won’t happen overnight with kids, but incorporating these activities into daily family life will help instill the habit of thankfulness for their lifetime. What are some of the ways that you help to teach your own kids to be grateful?

*Our long time members will remember pictures of Oliver in the Dancing Baby ecards and you will all be shocked to know he is getting taller than I am at the mere age of 10!

Kitty eCards that You’ll Absolutely Love

Do adorable, fluffy kittens make your heart melt? Do you find yourself searching online for the cutest and most hilarious kitty videos? Then we here at Doozy Cards have the sweetest, most heartwarming kitty eCards that you’ll absolutely love. Just try and resist sharing these snuggly little cuties, we dare you!

Talking Cat Birthday eCard

If someone you know seems to have her own special language with cats, then this eCard is perfect for her. Simply type your heartfelt or hilarious message and this fuzzy kitty will speak your words aloud.

Kittens in New York AnniversaryKittens in New York Anniversay eCard

This sweet kitties paint the Big Apple red on their special anniversary. If you’re a romantic and a kitty lover, you’re going to love this beautifully animated eCard. Treat someone special in your life to this extra special and cute anniversary eCard.

Get Well Wishes

What better way to wish someone a speedy recovery then with a sweet and thoughtful eCard featuring a cute napping kitten? If someone you know needs some cheering up with a thoughtful message and an adorable cat, this is the card for them.

Doozy Kittens Get Well eCardKittens Get Well eCard

Not only does this eCard feature sweet kittens, but the cute little furballs also sing a charming song. Wish someone you know plenty of health, happiness and laughter with this original kitty eCard.

Sex and the City Sister Birthday eCard

This sassy grown-up kitten eCard is perfect to celebrate a silly sister’s birthday. These mischievous felines have plenty of fun birthday ideas for your special sister to celebrate her big day.

From the adorable to the silly, we’ve got plenty of cute kitty eCards to delight you and your friends. Don’t forget to sign up for our free trial and you can send as many as you want to all the kitty lovers in your life.

16 Hilarious Jokes Your Kids Will Love

16 Hilarious Jokes Your Kids Will Love

16 Hilarious Jokes Your Kids Will Love

16 Hilarious Jokes Your Kids Will Love

Why did the girl smear peanut butter on the road?
To go with the traffic jam!

What has four legs but can’t walk?
A chair!

What do you call an alligator in a vest?
An Investigator

What did Bacon say to Tomato?
Lettuce get together!

Why do fish live in salt water?
Because pepper makes them sneeze!

What is the best day to go to the beach?
Sunday, of course!

What dog keeps the best time?
A watch dog.

What do you call cheese that is not yours?
Nacho Cheese

How did the barber win the race?
He knew a short cut.

What is brown and sticky?
A stick!

Where do cows go on Friday night?
To the MOOOvie theater.

How do you make a tissue dance?
Put a little boogie in it.

Why do bees have sticky hair?
Because they use honeycombs.

Where do pencils go for vacation?
Pencil-vania

Why do bananas have to put on sunscreen before they go to the beach?
Because they might peel!

Which flower talks the most?
Tulips, of course, ’cause they have two lips!