Now that Thanksgiving is over (or at least almost) it’s time to focus on the big finale for the year. Of course I mean Christmas. If you have little ones in the house and celebrate the holidays like we do, the jolly fat man plays a big part of the story every year. When I was little I used to write a letter to Santa every year and hope that I would get something back. I mean wouldn’t it uh-may-zing as a kiddo to get a letter back from Santa in the mail box one day? Well my daughter did!
You can also surprise your child with a personalized letter from Santa! Imagine a big shiny red envelope will arrive in the mailbox for your child containing a personalized letter from Santa, a Nice List certificate with Santa’s and Rudolph’s signature, a personalized letter from Rudolph, Santa’s workshop stickers, a Christmas game board, a Special Delivery from the North Pole stamp, magic Christmas dust, washable Christmas tattoos, and a free phone call from Santa! Can you see the twinkle in your kiddos eyes yet?
My daughter is three, so of course she couldn’t read the letters from Santa and Rudolph on her own, but her dad and I have had to read them to her at least a dozen times since she received her letter. Of course she loved the tattoos and has been wearing a new on every few days and playing with the stickers. When the sparkle-o’s (sparkles) fell out of the envelope she was blown away because well, she’s a three year old girl and sparkles! (Okay, I’m a little older than three and pretty fond of sparkles myself!) This is definitely something I’ll be doing again next year, and probably the year after that because I’m pretty sure I had just as much fun watching my daughter when she received this letter from Santa, as she did.
For information on how to send your child a letter package from Santa, check out the Santa Will Write website. Right now you can get 15% off of your order by using code SantaAFS at checkout!
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Jenna saysNovember 28, 2014 at 11:06 am
My little one is only 2 but she loves seeing all the presents under the tree, she really doesn’t quite understand it yet. Next year I think Im in trouble 🙂
Alison saysNovember 28, 2014 at 11:21 am
Yes! Next year will be huge!! My Bug thought it was cool last year (age 2) but didn’t really “get it”, but this year, she turned 3 last weekend, and she’s just excited all the time! “Claus Claus” (Santa), lights, decorations, all just the coolest thing ever. It’s so much fun – you’re going to love the 3 year old Christmas!
Heather in VA saysNovember 28, 2014 at 5:27 pm
My youngest at 8 is on the knife’s edge between believing and not believing. I think she still very much wants to believe so I do nothing to disabuse her of that notion.
Rebecca Johnson saysDecember 1, 2014 at 6:23 am
My 16,14 and 11 year olds do not. But my 9 and 2 year old do! The 7 month old obviously has no clue!
eve saysDecember 1, 2014 at 6:56 pm
My daughter is 6, she still believes- she loves getting videos from the ‘portable north pole’ and writing letters to santa- she would love this!
Dawn Monroe saysDecember 4, 2014 at 8:50 am
Im so excited this year because most of my grandkids are at the perfect age that they believe in Santa, Rudolph and all the Christmas magic. I cant wait!
Christy Peeples DuBois saysDecember 4, 2014 at 9:52 am
My children are grown for the most part, they are 21 and 18. I am entering this for my sweet little cousin that is so cute. She still believes in Santa which makes Christmas so fun. I believe my children for most excited about Santa at Christmas.