We took a glance at the letters to Santa Claus written by the children from SOS Children's Village Keila, Estonia. Here are some of them.
Hello Santa Claus
My name is Mari. I'm seven years old. I'm a good child. Please bring me a sledge and Hubba Bubba gum. I'm waiting for you.
Hi, my name is Mario. I am trying to have only good and very good marks, four's and five's at school and my behaviour is also good. From you I would like to get TV-games, skies and ski boots and football socks for my football training.
Hi, dear Santa Claus,
I am a good boy. I'm five years old. I wish for a toy car.
My wishes for Christmas are:
1. skis, ski poles and ski boots
2. a car that can be driven using the remote control
I'll try to improve my behaviour, walk more with our dog and learn more maths.
Hi, dear Santa!
I try to behave in school and at home.
I attend basketball courses and I'm doing fine.
I intend not to get notes from teachers at schools.
My wishes: a sledge with a steering-wheel, skis and pencils.
Hi, dear Santa
I am a good, six-year-old girl Nelli-Anett.
I wish for napkins for my doll.
I send my greetings to you and your reindeer.
The kids are always waiting for the time they could send letters to their great friend Santa. Reading all those letters is not an easy job, because there are so many children in the world. But Santa is always cheerful, because then he sees that children care for him. I care for you too.
I'm cheerful, but I have a problem - I don't have a mudguard and a speedometer for my bike. This is my great wish for Christmas.
I wish Merry Christmas to You and your elves!