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Do you remember writing letters to Santa when you were a child? I do. I'd spend hours thinking of just the right things to say and the toys I absolutely HAD to have. Then I'd address it and give it to my mom to drop in the mail. I never expected a letter back from Santa because I knew how busy he was. I know if I'd received a response, I would have thought that was the coolest thing ever! I had to wait until Christmas morning to see if Santa got my letter and brought the gifts I'd requested. Imagine how fun it would be to get a letter in the mail from Santa.
Did you know you can do that? There's a way to send your child personalized letters from Santa. SantaLetters.org is a cool site that lets you help Santa send a letter to your child. The internet makes it easier for everyone--including Santa--to stay in touch these days. It's easy to personalize each letter with a few details about your child and leave the rest up to Santa. Soon your child will be opening a special letter made just for him or her to add to the magic of Christmas. The letters come addressed to your child from the North Pole with an official postmark and are signed by Santa Claus himself. If you order before December 15, your child will get a letter in time for Christmas and they won't have to wonder if Santa got their letter in time.
(A flashback to my kids at Christmas)
This year is a little different and it might be harder to see Santa this year. In some places, Santa is behind plexiglass which makes it hard to have a personalized experience. If you're worried your kids are missing out on that special moment, they can get a letter from Santa that might make this Christmas season a little more exciting.
Plus, to make it even more special, SantaLetters.org works with Toys for Tots and donates 10% of every purchase to charity. So not only are you sending your kids a cool letter from Santa, but you're also helping out a child in need with your purchase.
So head on over to SantaLetters.org to make sure your child gets a special, cool, personalized letter from Santa this year.