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These Kids Wrote The Sweetest Letters to Santa For ChristmasSome of them want toys, while others just want happiness for all.by Lou Velle Mariano .
Christmas is, indeed, the most wonderful time of the year. Many kids wait happily to celebrate Christmas and, of course, to send letters to Santa.
Every year, it's a known tradition for children to write down the most sincere wishes stored in their little hearts. Oftentimes, aside from telling Santa Claus what toys they want for Christmas, they also come up with the most selfless, innocent, and endearing messages. Here are some of the sweetest and most touching letters to Santa we found online this year. (Read here if you're planning to tell your child the truth about Santa Claus this year).
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“Dear Santa, I would like everybody to have food. Dear Santa, I would like all the pets to have a home.”
Shyleerae’s letter will surely melt your heart.
“Santa, all I want is my Grandpa.”
Blakely just wants to celebrate Christmas with his whole family.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
“Dear Santa, I have a special request. Could you wait and deliver our presents when my daddy comes home from overseas? I want him to be happy and celebrate Jesus’s birthday with us.”
Aside from peanut butter sandwich, Brantley even remembered to write something for his sister.
“Dear Santa, My name is Brantley Kirk. Blue is my favorite color. What is yours? This year for Christmas, I would like legos, avengers, a wild kratts creature, power suit, a hulk costume, duke kaboom, a peanut butter sandwich. My sister Bailey would like Bink Binks Donuts, hats, Thor, and Minnie Mouse. Thank you so much for making toys.”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
This is what everyone also wishes for, Delilah.
“I want happiness for all.”
Dominic knows how much toys Santa needs to deliver every year.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
“Dear Santa, I love you. I wish you could rest. Thank you for my toys.”
This is one of the cutest letters that Santa would find under the tree this year.
“Dear Santa, thank you so much for giving everyone presents every year. Happy holidays. I hope you and your elfs [elves] are doing well.”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
“Please check my family of course!”
“Dear Santa, Merry Christmas. I hope you get all the cookies! I love you! Please check on mini things! And my family of course (also my white Christmas fam) (robux). Hope to see you in Boston MA!”
One good thing about kids is they never forget to ask how Santa is.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
“Dear Santa, How is it going up there? Is Mrs. Clause and the elves doing good? What about the reindeer? Here are some of the things I want – Lego, iphone, books, battlebots, sweatshirts, sweatpants, monopoly, xbobx!”
This kid is so honest that he did not even complain about getting a box of coal this Christmas.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
“Dear Santa, I love the gifts you game me last Christmas! I’ve been a little bad this year (attchey). I’ve been bad at school and at home. I drive my mom crazy sometimes. I am fine if you give me a box of coal. You should see my report card. I could do a little better and I think you would too! Merry Christmas.”
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