Letters to Father Christmas via snail mail, email or Prayer?

This weekend we watched our favourite Christmas film. ELF.  After the film we had a little chat about writing our letters to Father Christmas as I need to sort my shopping.

Leo, my eight year old decided to inform me that he didn’t need to write a letter, or send and email as he knows that he can speak to Father Christmas in the same way that he can talk to God. After a bit of probing I have discovered that he has given his list to Father Christmas via the medium of prayer!

I think he has got confused somewhere along the line.

I asked if he could tell me what he had asked for so that I can write it down in case the elves can’t read Father Christmas writing when it comes to packing the sleigh.  To this he answered in an exasperated tone  ‘Mum, Father Christmas will not get it wrong, he never has done before and he knows exactly what I would like’.  At this point I was breaking into a sweat I know that there will be something really random that he has asked for and I won’t know about until 9pm Christmas eve and then it will be too late.

What is a mum to do?  I have tried his tactic of praying for inspiration but this has not happened yet!  The pressure is on!  Maybe I will make a collage of  things I think he wants and send it from and Elf to make sure it is right!

Loving these Christmas List links :

Email Santa.com

Check if you are on the Present List

Personalised Video from Father Christmas - I am an evil mum and sent my son a naughty List and had him in tears

2 thoughts on “Letters to Father Christmas via snail mail, email or Prayer?

  1. Wow, that’s a really tricky one. Do you think he would draw some pictures of what was on his list if you asked him? Or how about you say that it would be nice to post a letter to him in the postbox too, and you can put a special stamp on the envelope etc. Best of luck!

    • Tried that one but he is a stubborn one! I am going to attempt to pray with him so I can tell him what I want to so maybe he can remind him and then I will know. Fingers crossed or hopefully I can find a convincing santa to take him too and he will be able to tell him.

I really appreciate your comments and your time. Elaine