I love the build up to Christmas, probably more than the big day itself, well maybe not more, but I do love it. Decorating the Christmas tree, the excitement, the twinkling stars, crafts, making cookies and the magic that only comes with Christmas. What do you love about Christmas?
Writing letters to Santa is a big part of our Christmas tradition. We sit down and write them together, usually after decorating the Christmas tree together. Discussing what we’d like, how our year has went and what we’d like to do next year. Once our letters are done, I post them off to Santa.
The magic, however, happens when Santa replies back to the children and this is where NSPCC come into action. The Children’s charity NSPCC have been bringing Christmas to life with their latest activity Letter’s From Santa and asked me to get involved – spreading the word keeping the magic of Santa alive. To this end, I provided them with information about my son Tyler including hobbies, achievements, friends and siblings and then the wonderful people at NSPCC worked their own Santa magic to produce an incredible response to Tyler’s information provided.
Don’t worry there is still time to create one for your own children and print out ahead of Christmas by visiting the Letters From Santa for more details.
I think the work of the NSPCC is invaluable to help vulnerable children, not just over the holiday period, but throughout the year. To find out more about all the fantastic work NSPCC are doing over Christmas and how you can make a donation click here
I’d love to know what you think?
Disclaimer:- I have not been paid or compensated in anyway for this post. I think it is a lovely idea and they did create this letter for me to print. I have created letters for my other two and made a donation off my own back.