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December 24, 2013

Letters to Santa: Cullman children share their Christmas lists

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April German’s kindergarten class at Good Hope Primary:

Dear Santa,

Could you bring me a remote control helicopter? Also how do you make the toys and how long does it take you to get to faraway houses? What does your elves really look like?

Daniel

 

Dear Santa,

I think you are really nice. For Christmas I want an Air Hawks Drop Strike, a skateboard, a really, really big monster truck and a ramp for it. Everybody likes you.

Love, Jase

 

Dear Santa,

I have been good. I would like a Jack in the Box for Christmas.

Halie

 

Dear Santa,

I love you. I want a cupcake machine and a doll. How do your reindeers fly?

Emilee

 

Dear Santa,

I love you. For Christmas I want a toy tiger and a robot puppy. Can you also bring me a flower?

Karisma

 

Dear Santa,

I am going to be gone this Christmas Eve to my aunt’s house so if you hear people coming down the stairs it will be me and my sister coming back to our house real quick. Please bring me an Xbox 360 and Disney Infinity.

Dalton

Dear Santa,

I really love you. Can you bring me a present? I would like a baby doll and a bear.

Emily

 

Dear Santa,

For Christmas I would like a Ballerina Hello Kitty and a dress.

Lizzie

 

Dear Santa,

I would like an iPhone, an American doll, a Barbie house, and a cupcake maker. How do you make all these presents?

McKenzie

 

Dear Santa,

Can you teach baby reindeer tricks? For Christmas can you bring me the Call of Duty game for my DS and a transformer?

Drake

 

Dear Santa,

I love you and I would love to come to your workshop one day. Can you please bring me an American Girl doll?

Addie

 

Dear Santa,

Can you bring me a Spiderman toy this year?

Yahir

 

Dear Santa,

For Christmas I want a truck.

Junior

 

Dear Santa,

I have been a really good boy. I would like a Power Rangers toy for Christmas.

Brandon

 

Holly Pirkle’s second-grade class at Hanceville Elementary:

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