Mum shares adorable note toddler daughter got from the ‘dummy fairies’ after posting all hers to them for safekeeping

A MUM was left amazed after a kind Royal Mail employee sent back a sweet note from the “dummy fairies” after her daughter grew out of them. 

Chelsea Louise, from Kent, had encouraged her young daughter to post her dummies away to the “fairies”, and had included their home address in case there was an issue with the postage. 

She was not expecting that her daughter would receive an adorable message in return and uploaded a photo of the note. 

Posting in the Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas group, Chelsea said: "Sooo last week the 7th of September my clever little princess posted her dummy’s to the ‘do do fairy’s!’

“I put our address as thought if they had a problem they could send back! Well this morning the ‘dummy fairy’s’ ( Royal Mail) sent a letter to say thank you!

“To say my little princess hasn’t stopped smiling is an understatement! 

“She won’t put the letter down! Soo to any mummy/daddy’s out there struggling with how to get rid of them! Here you go! 

“Shout out to Royal Mail for making my baby’s day!”

The envelope included a note from Royal Mail late shift manager Les Haffenden, who said they try to reply to customers with an address on the parcel and send them a thank you note from the “fairies”. 

His note said: “Thank you, you are so kind and courageous to give your dummy to the fairies. 

“We are proud of you! And we promise to look after it.”

Many parents were highly impressed by this kind gesture, and the post has racked up over 19,000 likes. 

One said: “‘Royal Mail strike again. You guys truly are amazing. Well done.”

Another added: “Faith in humanity restored! What a great person”, and one commented: “Wow. This is completely wonderful and joyous. I bet the post people love getting things like this.”

Meanwhile, Mrs Hinch reveals sweet note stranger left on her table when out for lunch about how she’s changed her life.

And we revealed how a mum makes her kid a ‘puzzle sandwich’ to make back-to-school easier and parents love the message behind it.

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