Four year olds write the best letters to Santa. They’re honest, full of ‘I want’ and they’ve got the funniest reasons ever that they were well behaved all year long (or during the last week). Today, I sat down with Olivia while Violet was napping and we wrote her letter to Santa to send in the mail.
My name is Olivia. I am four years old. For Christmas please give me a Lalaloopsy with the hair, Lego friends, a Hello Kitty drum, some glue that sticks people together, a hat with features and a big, big dollhouse and… a new sled that moves itself and a pink camera.
Oh, please bring Violet a Leap pad so she stops taking the iPad from Olivia. It’s rude.
Also, a Koala that has fur, and stands up and sits down.
I was good this year because I listened, shared my toys with kids who didn’t have any toys and I didn’t put food in Violet’s bed. And, last week I ate carrots. I love you all the way to jupiter.
Thank you Santa
She dictated, I wrote and she made me read it back to her no less than four times to make sure that I didn’t forget anything and to make sure he knew that she should be on the nice list.
She is going to be so excited when it comes time to get that letter back in the mail. Can you believe it’s less than a month until the big day?