One reader suggested that if the grownkids take repeated inquiries as pressure for repeated acknowledgements of your gifts, "then tell your kids you ask these follow up questions because it makes you so happy to bring the grandkids happiness.Say that's all you mean by it and hope you aren't misconstrued." There's also this: If you've received a thank you--by phone call, email, text or in-person hug--enjoy the expression of enthusiasm and bask in the satisfaction of it.
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We'd like our gifts acknowledged the old-fashioned way: with a handwritten note.
There's something polite and etiquette-right about pen (or crayon) set on paper--and the time it takes to do so.