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Q&A: Letter to Baby From President?

I heard from someone that you can actually get a letter for baby from the U.S. President. Is that true? How can I get one?
ByBump Dara
Updated
March 2, 2017
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Yes, you can actually get a presidential letter for giving birth! Apparently, U.S. presidents like newborns. And a lot of new moms like the new president. Oh, the circle of love. To get baby an official letter from the president write to:

The White House
Attn: Greetings Office
Washington, D.C. 20502-0039
 
Include:
[ ] Baby’s name
[ ] Date of birth
[ ] Your name
[ ] Phone number
[ ] Mailing address

You can also fax your request to: 202-395-1232.

Take note: Baby must have been born within the past 12 months and requests should be made _after _baby’s birth. A minimum of six weeks is needed to process your request.

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