Santa Claus is super organised this year! My daughters received their letters from Santa early last week, only days after writing their Christmas letters. Santa’s letters came from Lapland Letters. My girls had been to their Grandma’s house for tea, and when they came home, I showed them a very special envelope that had arrived from the North Pole. They went to bed a little late that night!
The activity packs include a Christmas card that you can colour in and gift to a loved one, a postcard you can send to Santa, and even some Christmas Wish stars that you write your wishes on and leave out for Santa on Christmas Eve. As an added bonus, Santa had included a packet of reindeer food for each child, which they were very excited about. Of course, it was the letters from Santa Claus that were the main attraction. Each letter is personalised for the individual child, and my elder daughter was very proud to receive praise for her leading role in the school summer play. My younger daughter was similarly proud to hear that Santa knew about her passing her first ballet exam earlier this year. These small touches make a huge difference.
Finally, my girls were delighted to discover that they are on the Good Child List for Christmas gifts, and they have the certificates to prove it. Staying good up until Christmas might be tricky, but my girls do like a challenge…
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Your kids are adorable! Happy Christmas to you all.
Thank you, and Merry Christmas! 🙂