We hope you enjoyed Christmas day as much as we did. We spent it with our families. We ate good food and rested and played with our new toys. All the new snow we received at the North Pole sure gave us a lot of opportunity to play with our new snow toys! It was a fun day.
We have had many today send in emails about how to best send a thank you to Santa. Here is what we recommend:
1. Hand write it out. Tell Santa what you loved best about this Christmas (not just what you got). Santa loves to hear about what you did that was fun or special.
2. Santa prefers to see you write or draw something. If you can do that use stocking mail to send it to the North Pole. Just put it in your stocking and one of our North Pole post office mail worker elves will pick it up, no postage required. Santa will get it, we promise.
3. If you cannot write it out we welcome you to email Santa directly.
Once again, Merry Christmas!
Thank you to everyone at the North Pole that made this Christmas more special with you’re live updates. The kids thouroughly enjoyed tracking Santa and can’t wait till next Christmas. Have a good rest Santa….
This was the best Christmas ever I can’t believe I got what I wanted even my card was at home I DC but I was in virginia I hope you have the best Christmas ever
Sorry Santa but the NHL15, I broke it when I was mad. Next Christmas, I need you to send a new XBOX 1 and NHL16.