Shelby County kids are writing Letters to Santa as fast as his Reindeer can Fly!
With only two days left until Christmas, Shelby County kids are writing Letters to Santa as fast as his reindeer can fly!
Though many kids ask for the usual - a puppy, candy or a new toy - these Shelby County kids are one of a kind when it comes to figuring out what they want for Christmas.
Some letters may make you giggle, such as the ones that ask for Teslas or real muskets from the Civil War. Others may make you smile or shed a tear, like the letters that ask for healthy families or new beds.
Out of the many letters sent to Santa, there a few of them that caught his eye from kids all over Shelby County -
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is a Barbie dream house, Barbie dolls, my own hand sanitizer, a picture of baby Jesus, toy Santa, big snuggle pillow and red shaving cream to draw in,” said Ella Raybon, Age 5 (Joaquin, Mrs. Lawson’s Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is a new bed,” said Acissa Cortes, Age 6 (Joaquin, Mrs. Bogg’s Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is my family, my grandma to live forever and my grandpaw. I want all my teachers to get a diamond and my aunts to get makeup and a cross and Ms. Alyson and Mrs. Wagnon to get the biggest sprite cans, they are very special and get me a notebook. Please and thank you,” said Krista Hall, Age 9 (Excelsior, Mrs. Wagnon’s Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is a real tank, a real over and under shotgun, a real musket and a bayonet from the Civil War, a VR that connects to an Xbox, a dirt bike, a soft Rudolph doll, a live elf, I want Covid-19 to be over, a real pirate pistol, a real cannon, and a safe with cash in it,” said Wyatt Foster, Age 8 (Excelsior, Mrs. Wagnon’s Class).
Center Elementary School
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is a PS4 and Xbox, a Tesla and a life jacket and a real live puppy and an iPhone 12 Pro Max and a hoverboard and a king-sized TV and a girlfriend and an elf and you Santa and a truck and gold and money and a ring,” said Marlon Gary, Age 8 (CES, Mrs. Moody’s Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is Baby Alive. I want an elf that I can touch. I want a present that is bigger than the Earth,” said Tenley Snell, Age 6 (Shelbyville, Mrs. Lovell’s Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is a 50 caliber and a 3-06, mocoh thole car and an AR 15, a baseball bat and a deer stand. (Disclaimer: we think this student is asking Santa for a remote control car!),” said Christian Warr (Shelbyville, Ms. Harrington’s Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is for the coronavirus to end and to be mask-free. I also want a motorcycle and Among Us Legos,” said Noel Canales, Age 6 (Tenaha, Mrs. Jenkins Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is the coronavirus to go away. I wish for all the families to be safe,” said Franco Loredo, Age 6 (Tenaha, Mrs. King’s Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is a hoverboard charger, and something to fix my bookshelf. And some film for my camera and a puppy. If the reindeer are fat, sorry. I think we put too much feed out. You can take the cookie plate this year. By the way, can I ride Rudolph?” said Madilyn Polley, Age 8 (Tenaha Mrs. Davidson’s Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas is a snow globe and my family to be happy. And a clock, can it please be yellow and I would like my aunt, my uncles and my grandparents to be here with me for Christmas Eve. I also want a new Christmas dress and a guitar please. Merry Christmas Santa,” said Arybella Salas, Age 8 (Timpson, Ms. Montoya’s Class).
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is a stove and some Barbie dolls, also clothes for the cold, my pants size is 8 and my shoe size is 12. I do not know if you can bring me everything I have asked but I will understand why from the virus, thanks for everything and many blessings Santa, I love you very much, Cindy Martinez, Age 6 (FL Moffett, Ms. Roger’s Class).
Center Christian Academy
“Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is a dirt bike, a laptop, a million dollars for my mom, virtual reality game and to get my dad an iPhone 12,” said Peyton Jacobs, Age 8 (CCA, Ms. Tiffany’s Class).
You can read many more Letters to Santa from Shelby County kids within the Special Sections of this week’s edition.