It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Christmas! While we focus our holiday on Christ’s birth, we do like to have some Santa fun too!
My boys are so excited to sit on Santa’s lap and talk to the jolly ol’ guy himself! In addition to talking to him, we also give Santa a list as a reminder of what to leave under the tree (he is very busy, you know, and we don’t want him to leave the wrong things by accident).
My boys, however, aren’t quite old enough to “write” a letter to Santa. Last year they told us what was on their wish list and together we drew a picture of it for Santa. This year, they can draw their own pictures and practice their writing skills with Brad & I advising them which letter to draw so they can spell out the items on their wish list! So in preparation of seeing Ol’ Saint Nick, this mommy got busy making cute stationary and I thought I’d share…
(Click on the stationary page below for a printable PDF.)
Blank stationary to draw wish list on:
And for the little little ones like my Ethan (only 17-months old), I have created a Dear Santa coloring sheet with wish list items they can color!
This weekend my boys will be seeing Santa and giving him their lists! The best part of making their lists though is working on it together! I hope you and your little loves are embracing the holidays with lots of family fun and together time!