My mom always made sure that our Christmas celebrations were fun, festive and overflowing with love and good cheer. Oh, and presents. I can’t forget the presents. To kick off the Christmas season, I’ve got a FREE printable Dear Santa Letter for your kids or grandkids.
First and foremost, our family celebrates the birth of Jesus. I mean, let’s be real, that’s what Christmas is all about. We give each other gifts to show our love for each other. And I’ve always told my kids the story of St. Nicholas aka Santa Claus.
We all have Christmas traditions and we always kick off Christmas Day with our traditional breakfast – mocha punch and cinnamon rolls.
Later, the entire family gathers at my house for Christmas lunch and the reading of the Christmas story. Then we open presents. We start with the youngest grandchild and we take turns opening gifts so that everyone can see each other’s gifts. I hate chaos so we have trash bags nearby to help clean up as we go.
Christmas is my favorite holiday. Now that I’m all grown up (debatable by some), it’s not about receiving gifts. It’s all about giving to others. We always adopt a family in need so that they can have a magical Christmas as well.
Dear Santa Letter
When I was a little girl, I enjoyed writing a Dear Santa Letter a few weeks before Christmas. I was always careful not to ask for too much because I knew my sister would have a really long list! 🙂 Just kidding!
This is a sample of the free printable below. To get the free printable, you will need to download it at the end of this post.
And there’s not a Christmas that goes by, that I don’t read the famous letter from eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon to the editor of New York’s Sun. “The quick response was printed as an unsigned editorial Sept. 21, 1897.
The work of veteran newsman Francis Pharcellus Church has since become history’s most reprinted newspaper editorial, appearing in part or whole in dozens of languages in books, movies, and other editorials, and on posters and stamps.”
“Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus!”
Download Here >>> Santa-Letter
What’s your favorite Christmas tradition?
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I already have my list ready. ??????
The holiday season has officially begun. This is my favorite time of the year. I’m always looking for new holiday traditions. I love this letter, my daughter (4) has turned her Christmas list into a book already.
I cannot believe you’re even thinking about Christmas! I need to get started on my Christmas shopping, this is very cute printable my son would love it.
Never too early for XMass!
That is such a cute printable! I love how it makes it so easy for the kids to write, and I love the extra Christmas spirit.
I can’t believe it’s almost Christmas. I can’t wait for the Christmas Trees, Christmas movies, warm cookies in the oven. I’m so ready!!!
This letter is so adorable. My kids can’t wait to write a letter to Santa. I’ll be printing this out for my kids. Thanks for sharing !
I am all about traditions when it comes to Christmas and other winter holidays. There is nothing like sending that Santa letter to get kids in the mood for Christmas.
This is lovely! My little girl is just turning 2 so it’s all about starting traditions this year which I’m really excited for!
What adorable printables for kids. I was just thinking it would be neat for kids to have a free printable for Santa letters.
These are SO cute! My kids don’t write Santa letters anymore but maybe they will if I give them these!
This is so cute, Alli! We’re a little too tiny for a Santa letter this year, but probably by next year we’ll be at least up for scribbling a bit 🙂
We have a tradition of just getting together and enjoying the company of friends and family. For us, it isn’t as much about the gifts as it is the family.
I love this. We are all about holiday traditions with our girls. It’s such a special time of year.
I love Christmas traditions. St. Nicholas has always played a part of our Christmas holiday celebrations. These are super cute printables, love them! 🙂
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Aww I love this – my mom told me when I was younger she would get me to call “santa” and it would be my grandpa at the end of the line! So fun!
What a cute Printable for the kids. They love to make a letter for Santa
Oh my, this reminds me when my kids were still little and into making a letter to Santa. Drooling for the icecream!
I love doing dear santa! Your letter is precious.
What a wonderful tradition to have. Thank you for the print-out. I love it when kids are little and still believe in the gift of Santa.
These are so cute. Thank you for sharing these. My kiddos are going to love them.
Very cute! I am going to print them for my nieces. They love writing to Santa.
Very cute and fun printable for Christmas! I love wring to Santa..
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very nice thank you