Meaningful letters

Writing letters to Santa is one of the main entertainments for children at Christmas. With over 120,000 letters sent to Santa last year through the Australian post it’s now time to start thinking what to write in this years letter to Santa.

Sometimes kids write amazing things in their Santa letters. Instead of asking for a toy or a play thing they sometimes ask for things from Santa that are more heart felt and meaningful. And sometimes they write something very funny and amusing.

Do you remember anything you asked Santa for in a letter? What about anything amusing or special your children asked Santa for?

Has anybody in your family ever kept copies of Santa letters as a memento?

4 Responses to Meaningful letters

  • Caiya says:

    That’s not just the best answer. It’s the bestets answer!

    Hoping kids write meaningful letters is good. My letters were all about toys and stuff, ooopps.

    • Santa's Elf says:

      Writing a letter to Santa is like everything – it can be a learning and fun experience, or just something to do to fill time. SO why not encourage kids to think beyond themselves a bit – while still letting them being kids who will always thinks of themselves and toys!

  • pocs says:

    I remember writing Santa and asking for a puppy, like a lot of children do. I didn’t get my puppy that year and was heartbroken. A few weeks after the New years holiday, I woke up to a coonhound pup sitting in my chair at the breakfast table. My mother said Santa had to wait to find the perfect puppy and had it expressed by the elves.

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