The Daily Review’s Christmas Eve edition includes hundreds of Letters to Santa written by area youngsters.
Synirea Sheldon, a first-grader at Hattie Watts Elementary, asked for “an iPod, DVD player, Justin Bieber music, and a new pair of moccasin slippers” for herself. However, she also thought of her mom.
“I would for you to bring my mommy a house and a car if you can fit that on your list this year because I think she deserves it. My mommy works hard taking care of my family,” Sheldon wrote.
Ravyn, a second-grader at Berwick Elementary, wrote, “Ges what? I have bin good! I would give the sick people a present. What I would like for Christmas is a remote control helicopter.”
Shae, a first-grader at Stephensville Elementary, asked for several things, including a dress, BrBes, a baby dall and books, but also was concerned for Santa’s safety. “I want you to be careful,” Shae wrote.
Lexie Martin, a third-grader at M.E. Norman Elementary wrote, “For Christmas I want a puppy Alive, a key board, and babhy alive.” Martin also wrote, “P.S. Your elf on the shelf is scaring me!”
Riley Jackson, a kindergartener at M.E. Norman Elementary, had some questions for Santa. “How does your reindeer fly? Can I please get a fortune cookie maker for Christmas? Am I being good or bad? How do you live in the air? Is your house on a cloud?,” Jackson wrote.
Jude Coomer, a third-grader at Bayou Vista Elementary, wrote that he has been “naughty and nice.” He also asked Santa a safe trip and asked for a play station 3, WWe12 (xbox 360), wwe 13 (wil), iphone 5 and a red jacket, Coomer wrote.
Francisco, a third-grader at Wyandotte Elementary, was specific about what he wanted. “Could I get a chiguagua that is yellow. I want the chiguagua to be playfull and that when I throw the ball that he has to catched. I want it to be a puppy. I want my chiguagua to grow a lot, and put me a note whith the dog that what it eats. Santa could my dog some cookies than you could give me his food that he eats,” Francisco wrote.