What Would You Ask Santa to Bring You for Christmas?

About two weeks ago my 4-year-old niece wrote Santa a letter asking him to give her a soft pink doll in a red dress. After a week of searching for this particular doll in all of the toy stores, my brother and his wife had to turn to Veronica (my niece) telling her that Santa might not be able to find a soft pink doll in a red dress and if maybe she could ask Santa for something else.
Veronica thought about it for a while and agreed that “any doll is fine as long as it is pretty”. Then she shocked her parents, adding “Just let’s send Santa a text message, instead of writing him a letter!” 🙂
Talk about practical new generation babies…
Do you remember writing your letters to Santa when you were a kid? Why not bring that kid back!
If you could ask for anything, what would you ask Santa to bring you for Christmas?
Use the comment section below to voice your Christmas wishes!
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12 thoughts on “What Would You Ask Santa to Bring You for Christmas?

  1. I would like Santa to bring me happiness, to be with me all throughout this and the coming year and as far gifts are concerned give the gift of patience, satisfaction and a sense a fulfillment to make a life more meaningful to me.

    • Hi Aprita, I am not Santa and I can’t claim that I can bring you happiness just like that, but I actually wrote a book on How to be unconditionally happy that I will release in a few days. It is based on my own quest for happiness. Maybe you will find it helpful as well. 🙂

    • It is a wonderful wish, Lexi. It helps me to think that people, who are no longer with us continue to love us and watch over us. Even though we miss them greatly, they live in our heart and our soul.

  2. Every Christmas you always hear people saying they want and they bought. Well this is what I want. I want people who are sick with no cure to be able to be cured. I want children with no families to be adopted. I want people to never have to worry about food and shelter & heat. I want to see an end to Child Abuse.

    • You touched a very sensitive topic, Mike. I agree with everything you said. I would not want a better present for myself. Although, I am afraid that it is too much to ask from poor Santa. It is something we, ourselves, have to do.

      I have two good friends, who just came back from Egypt, where they working for a non-profit organization, whose goal was to teach people from the slams how to grow their own food in specially designed portable containers. While my friends were there, they made a movie about homeless people living on the cemetery right in the middle of Cairo. I saw my friends yesterday and they told me that they will try to bring this problem to public attention and hopefully make Egyptian government do something about it.
      have another friend, who is going through the process of adopting an 11-year-old girl from Siberia. Most people believe that she is crazy for wanting to adopt a child, when she can get married and have her own children. I am telling you all this, Mike, just to show that if every one of us will do something to help at least one person, your wish might come true by the end of 2011.

  3. Santa you are the best man I had ever had. Please may I come with you at North Pole and you have to wake me up and you take me.

  4. Grandma and Grandpa December 3, 2012 at 12:30 pm - Reply

    I’ve never asked Santa for anything and as a 50 year old grandmother that loves and took care of my beautiful 18 month old grandson, I ask Santa to please allow my husband and I to be blessed with him in our lives once again and to be able to adopt him and give him the life and love he deserves. With our hearts in our hands, we ask this of you Santa. We love you Boobie♥

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