Seasonal & Holidays

Read These 9 Adorable Letters To Santa

If you need a pick-me-up, we've got you covered. Patch readers submitted their kids' letters to Santa, and they are sure to make you smile.

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Santa reading letters (Shutterstock)

We asked, and you delivered. These letters to Santa will make you smile and laugh, and show you how truly selfless the younger generation can be. Sit back with a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy reading.


Jason Li, California

Six-year-old Jason seems less concerned about the gifts he'll receive this year and more concerned about Santa's well-being. He even drew a diagram to show Santa how to properly wear a mask — so sweet.


Jesse Marshall, Rhode Island

Seven-year-old Jesse Marshall is easy to please this year. A hoverboard, Lego sets and a stuffed animal are the only items that made the list. At least Santa knows where he can find the brownies, though.


Gabriela Ramirez, Maryland
For a 9-year-old, Gabriela is very selfless. She didn't only ask for toys for herself this Christmas, she also made sure to tell Santa what she wants for her family, too. What a sweetheart.

Isabella Shae, Rhode Island
Isabella is wise beyond her years. This 6-year-old asked Santa for the one thing we all want: to put an end to the coronavirus. We hope he comes through.

CONTEST WINNER: This letter also won!


Lexi Meyers, Washington
World peace, a COVID-19 vaccine and personal protective equipment — that's what 12-year-old Lexi wants from Santa this year. Our hearts can't handle it.

Emily Santopietro, Maryland
A dachshund puppy is what 11-year-old Emily is wishing for this year. We respect it.

Ayden Fajardo, California
Baby Yoda and waffles = an unbeatable combination.

Hailey Yates, Illinois
We appreciate how realistic Hailey is with her expectations. She wants an iPhone, but she doesn't expect one. Smart move.

Jay Rudolf, California

Don't worry, Jay, we'll put in a good word with Santa. We know how annoying siblings can be.


Thank you to everyone who participated.

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