Santa Letters Are a Centuries Old Tradition
The history behind writing Santa letters is about as mystical as Santa himself. After much research there really is little information as to how the tradition of writing Santa a letter started, but what was found was one single reference to a letter written from a little girl in the 1200's to the real St. Nicholas. In the letter she wrote "St. Nicholas patron of good children, I kneel for you to intercede. Hear my voice through the clouds And this night give me some toys. I want most of all a playhouse with some flowers and little birds. It seems that the tradition of writing to Santa to ask for gifts really didn't take hold until the late 1800's but has been a mainstay in children's and their parents lives ever since.
And as the tradition goes on, little boys and girls continue to sit down with paper and pencil, or crayon, and write to Santa telling him how well they have behaved throughout the year, detailing the good things they have done, and why they deserve to be bestowed with the gifts that they desire.
Create History With A Letter from Santa Claus
Growing up writing letters to Santa is a rite of passage and millions of children have sent letters to Santa each year in hopes of winning the jolly elf over and convincing him they are worthy of the gifts they ask for. Children ask for everything their hearts desire when they are writing to Santa, but the one gift they would never expect in return is a genuine letter from Santa Claus, delivered to their home, and addressed directly to them. For decades parents who also enjoy the magic of Christmas have tried to trick their children into believing that Santa has received their Santa letter and took the time to respond.
Wouldn't the surprise be even greater if your child received an unsolicited letter from Santa, encouraging your child to continue to be the good child Santa knows them to be?
You know first hand how giddy a piece of mail can make a child, now imagine the pure glee that they will feel when they not only get a piece of mail from someone they know, but receive a personalized letter from Santa addressed to them. You can easily multiply their joy a hundred times, and moreover, a Santa letter is not a one time gift that will be tossed to the side. A Santa letter is a gift that they will show to all their friends and family for days, weeks, months, and even years to come.
Did you know that Children in Canada also receive Letters from Santa Claus. While you’re there, why not read: Have you child mail their own letter to Santa? Guess what? Newborns and birthday kids alike would love to receive letters from Santa as well. Also make sure you read: Personalized Santa Letters Brighten The Christmas Holiday.