I also remember writing letters to Santa. I don't know what
my mother ever did with them, but I wrote with great earnest, and made my plea why I'd been a good girl, and why I should get the list of toys at Christmas. I'm sitting here laughing at my innocence, and yet I think it was one of those elements that embedded a sense of hope and determination in me. I've always had a great imagination, even when I knew it probably wouldn't happen....but, that never stopped me from dreaming the impossible. I can't imagine what my mind would have thought if Santa had actually written me back!
1 Letter From Santa (What a great way to make your child feel important and special....and it takes so little to do......surely a keepsake for years to come.)
Santa's Nice List (Every child should want to be on this list, and maybe if they've been a little "snarky" lately, this will encourage them to straighten up! Remember I said I was always a dreamer!)
Santa Map (I love this because just maybe they'll begin to understand why it's important to understand directions and geography!)
Nice List Certificate (Well, this makes it official.......they have to behave at least until Christmas...I mean there is the "official Santa seal" on this one......can't be misbehavin and have to return it you know.....)
Complete the delight for your child with a "Good Boys & Girls Certificate" embossed with a golden Santa Seal.
This creative, personalized package is less than $20.00, and would make a great pre-Christmas Day gift for any child. Now that I'm a grandmother, I love watching the expressions of joy on my grandchildrens faces when I surprise them with something new. It easy to order, and usually ships within 1-2 days of placing your order. If you haven't seen these before, make sure to check out their website and see for yourself at Letters From Santa*.
* I received no compensation from the company Letters From Santa for writing this blog post--I just thought it was a great idea!